Football onlyfans.cstv.com —  Thousands of Michigan State fans filled the concourse at Spartan Stadium for the 14th annual "Meet the Spartans" Tuesday evening.
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Football freep.com —  Michigan State's improved recruiting has changed the program's appearance. That was the assessment of the Big Ten Network crew who attended MSU's practice today, one shared by MSU coach Mark Dantonio.
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Football landof10.com —  Michigan State hasn’t named its starting QB yet, but that doesn’t mean the Spartans are hiding their thoughts on the situation. Or their expectations.
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Football mlive.com —  The doors to Michigan State's football building were opened on Tuesday, and we learned as much about how the 2016 Spartans are shaping up as we have all season. Big Ten Network host Dave Revsine and analysts Gerry DiNardo and Howard Griffith made their yearly trip to East Lansing on Tuesday and had the opportunity to watch a Michigan State practice, which are generally closed to the media.
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Football freep.com —  Lansing State Journal sports producer Dan Kilbridge, LSJ sports writer Chris Solari and LSJ columnist Graham Couch talk 'Green and White Days', BTN's new behind-the-scenes MSU reality show which debuts Thursday. They also provide an update on Tyler O'Connor vs. Damion Terry at QB, discuss athlete housing for fall camp and much more.


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Football btn.com —  Even though Michigan State is coming off a Big Ten title and playoff berth, the Spartans are being overlooked by many who favor Ohio State and Michigan in the East. As we have learned, not heeding the Spartans’ prowess can be a mistake. Yes, Michigan State has some holes to fill. But talent still oozes on this roster.
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Football btn.com —  The BTN Bus Tour stopped in East Lansing, Michigan, today to watch the defending Big Ten champions practice. Mark Dantonio and the Spartans are coming off a Big Ten title and a spot in the College Football Playoff. Yes, there are some holes to fill, but this roster is loaded with talent from top to bottom.
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Football michiganstate.247sports.com —  Malik McDowell has received accolades and praise from everyone and everywhere this offseason, and he was named as a first-team preseason All-American at defensive tackle by CBS Sports. McDowell's teammates and coaches have maintained that all the hype surrounding the junior is warranted, and we'll find out soon enough if that's the case for the 6-foot-6, 276-pound athlete. Michigan State didn't have anyone else on the first team, but Spartans offensive lineman Brian Allen did land on the second team.
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Football spartanavenue.com —  Riley Bullough. Jon Reschke. Ed Davis. Andrew Dowell. Chris Frey. Those give guys make up the fourth-best linebacking unit in the entire country, according to Athlon Sports. Michigan State Football boasts one of the best defenses in the country and it starts with the linebackers.
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Football freep.com —  Michigan State co-offensive coordinator and running backs coach Dave Warner has made it clear he is looking for one of his trio of talented running backs to separate themselves and emerge as the bell cow this season, instead of riding the hot hand like in 2015. What is Warner looking for besides consistency in every facet of the position? “We also need those explosive plays, 15-plus-yard runs that we didn’t have,” Warner said last week.
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Football freep.com —  Brian Lewerke feels much more comfortable at Michigan State this year. The redshirt freshman quarterback is competing for the vacant starting job and, even though he has far less experience than fifth-year senior Tyler O’Connor and junior Damion Terry, he appreciates the chance to compete. A year ago, he was lost in fall camp. Now he understands.
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Football freep.com —  Michigan State's football program is hosting its 14th annual "Meet the Spartans" Tuesday evening at Spartan Stadium. Fans are invited to meet MSU’s football players and coach Mark Dantonio, get an autograph, visit the Spartan Stadium playing field and press box, take photos wearing a Spartan helmet, shoulder pads and jersey, meet Sparty and pose for photos with MSU’s mascot.
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Football btn.com —  Another year, another double-digit win season? We shall see. Michigan State has many challenges looming as it looks to reload and repeat as East Division champion.
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Football michiganstate.247sports.com —  This weekend brought strange but exciting sights for Michigan State football fans. A few of the players who helped the Spartans put together a wildly successful past five years or so were wearing other colors as they made their NFL debuts in preseason action. It was another step in the process for those players chasing their dreams, which were helped made possible by their time at Michigan State.
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Football highschoolsports.mlive.com —  Scott Nelson could be close to a decision. The 6-foot-2, 184-pound safety from Detroit U-D Jesuit has put together a list of five schools he will be choosing from to attend and continue his football career into college. Michigan State has made the final five for Nelson, along with Iowa, Northwestern, Penn State and Wisconsin.
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Football espn.com —  Demetrius Cooper spent most of his first three seasons at Michigan State absorbing as much knowledge as he could from a veteran, talented defensive line. It came as a bit of a shock this summer when he stepped back enough to see he was now the one doling out advice.
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Football isportsweb.com —  With all of the guys who will have expanded roles, who do we feel will help the offense stay hot after a couple of seasons of setting school records on that side of the ball?
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Football mlive.com —  Kevin Williams was a member of Nebraska's defense for five games against Michigan State from 2011-15. That's long enough to develop a perception about the Spartans as an opponent. "Every time we've played them for the past five years, we were like 'That was a real team right there,'" Williams said. "I just always knew that was a team I wanted to play for."
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Football detroitnews.com —  Gabe Sherrod wants to win – it’s that simple. That’s why, as he contemplated where he would play his final season of college football, Sherrod narrowed it down to two teams he watched play each other in last season’s College Football Playoff – Michigan State and Alabama.
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