Men's Basketball theonlycolors.com —  With the draft drawing nearer, Costello is currently ranked outside of the top 100 prospects listed on both ESPN and DraftExpress. Though his draft interest may not be strong, Costello is coming off a great college career which should land him a shot with an NBA club.
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Football freep.com —  When Gholston returned to MSU on Friday to work last weekend’s Spartan Elite camp, he was blown away by the changes. Not just to the improved facilities at Spartan Stadium, which elicited a “whoo!” from the Tampa Bay Buccanneers defensive end, but also by the Spartans’ success that has continued since he was there. “I’m just extremely jealous, to be honest with you,” Gholston said. “I feel like we did have an opportunity to pave the way for everybody else. And they’ve got the ball rolling now. It’s exciting to watch.”
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Men's Basketball freep.com —  It used to be that players without a position didn’t make it in the NBA, unless you were a player who revolutionized a position. Think: Magic Johnson. Point guards before him were short and quick. After him, they were anyone with dribbling skills, vision and a feel for the game. Denzel Valentine is certainly not Magic Johnson. But he is a player without a neatly defined position.
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Men's Basketball freep.com —  "He's big and athletic and long-armed. He runs well. He's just raw," Bilas told reporters on an NBA draft media call. "If you stretch out his per-game averages to 40 minutes, per 40 minutes he averaged over 16 a game, just about 12 rebounds and four blocks a game. He is not an offensive player yet, so he needs more development in that area. But as a rebounder, as a shot blocker, as a guy that can run the floor, and then especially an offensive rebounder, he's got a lot of value."
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Football msuspartans.com —  ichigan State offensive guard Brandon Clemons has been granted a sixth year of eligibility by the NCAA, Michigan State head coach Mark Dantonio announced on Tuesday. Clemons, who earned his bachelor’s degree in psychology in December 2015, has played in 32 career games. A three-year letterwinner (2013-15), Clemons participated in spring practice and is expected to be a significant contributor on the offensive line in 2016.
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Wrestling msuspartans.com —  Former Central Michigan All-American and U.S. Senior Nationals Champion Wynn Michalak has been named assistant wrestling coach, first-year head coach Roger Chandler announced on Tuesday. One of the most successful wrestlers in Central Michigan history, Michalak was a four-time Mid-American Conference Champion (2005-08), three-time MAC Wrestler of the Year (2006-08), and a three-time NCAA All-American (2005, 2006, 2008), including a runner-up finish at 197 pounds in 2008. He won the 2015 U.S. Senior Nationals title at 97 kg/213 pounds on Dec. 19, 2015, in Las Vegas, and competed in the past two U.S. Olympic wrestling trials.
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Football mlive.com —  How did a Big Ten title and an appearance in the College Football Playoff affect Mark Dantonio's ranking among college football coaches? That depends on who's doing the rankings. The Sporting News and Athlon Sports both released their annual rankings of Division 1 head coaches on Tuesday, and both included the ninth-year Spartans coach in their top five.
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Football espn.go.com —  Michigan State’s defensive line has been one of the cornerstones of the program’s recent success. This year on the interior, former starter Joel Heath graduated, Damon Knox decided not to return for a sixth season of eligibility, Craig Evans left the team during spring practice and All-America candidate Malik McDowell has been preparing to spend more time at the defensive end position. The Spartans needed some help at defensive tackle, and they found it with Nebraska transfer Kevin Williams.

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Women's Rowing msuspartans.com —  Michigan State head coach Matt Weise has announced the addition of Samantha Sarff to the Spartan rowing staff. She will begin her duties at MSU in early July, taking on the role of recruiting coordinator in addition to coaching MSU’s novices along with current novice coach Katie Bitz. “We hired Sam because she brings a great amount of experience and enthusiasm,” said head coach Matt Weise. “She is very passionate about rowing and I think that this will show in her recruiting. I think that she will build on Helen's excellent work as recruiting coordinator. Sam's sister is the novice coach at Michigan, and that should make for some good stories as their crews race each other.”
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Misc. spartansportsnetwork.com —  Will Tieman joins Mark Hollis on today's show as they welcome Matt Larson, Tim Day and Scott Schlesinger to discuss MSU Basketball and new renovations coming to campus.
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Football isportsweb.com —  This season, the offense is replacing three offensive linemen, their top two receivers and the most productive quarterback in school history. With that, there are plenty of options for a breakout offensive player.
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Football mlive.com —  Before he talked about the NFL, Michigan State's success and his own decision to leave school early, William Gholston first wanted to talk about the room he was standing in. After arriving back in East Lansing late last week and participating in a golf outing, Gholston stopped by the media center at Spartan Stadium, opened in the summer of 2014.
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Women's Rowing usrowing.org —  Four crews have been nominated to represent the U.S. in competition at the 2016 Olympic Games, pending final approval. USRowing is pleased to announce the lineups for the lightweight men’s four, men’s four, women’s quadruple sculls and women’s eight.
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Football mlive.com —  The Spartans earned verbal commitments on Monday night from two 2017 Florida defensive ends. Donovan Winter, of Bishop Moore Catholic in Orlando, announced his commitment to Michigan State on Twitter. He picked the Spartans over reported offers from Michigan, Tennessee and others. "When I was young I wanted to be a Spartan and now I am," Winter wrote. His commitments was followed soon after by a commitment from Lashawn Paulino-Bell, of St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Pompano Beach. Paulino-Bell has a host of reported offers, including from Georgia and Notre Dame.
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Football freep.com —  Jeremy Langford entered the NFL much like he did at Michigan State, hoping to prove himself while stuck behind established stars. It didn’t take him nearly as long to become a pivotal part of the Chicago Bears’ future.
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Men's Basketball theonlycolors.com —  Bryn Forbes isn't projected to be drafted this year, but he offers enough that NBA teams should be racing to get him at the end of the draft or as soon as undrafted free agency begins. After lighting it up from deep throughout his college career, Bryn Forbes now hopes his three-point shot helps him hear his name called during the 2016 NBA Draft.
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Men's Basketball theonlycolors.com —  Stop me if you have heard this one: Outgoing senior. Arguably the most prolific player in school history as his position. Early season he is projected to go high in the draft but as the “experts” continue to release mock draft after mock draft, this guys seems to be sliding down the board and could fall out of the first round.
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  Michigan State will play one game on the road at the defending Big Ten champions and return to a home-and-home series against its in-state rivals. That's according to the Big Ten's 2016-17 basketball matchups, released on Monday by the conference office.
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  When Nojel Eastern visited Michigan State early last summer, he was confined to crutches. The four-star point guard from Illinois broke his ankle early last summer, soon after the Spartans had taken interest in him on the recruiting trail. The injury cost him a critical summer and affected him into his junior high school season. This year, Eastern was back at Michigan State for its Izzo Shootout team camp over the weekend. And more than a year removed from the injury, he was able to show Tom Izzo and the rest of the Spartans coaches that he's fully recovered.
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Men's Basketball espn.go.com —  Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green recently accepted an invitation to play for USA Basketball at the 2016 Rio Olympics, a source told The Undefeated on Monday. Green has never played for USA Basketball's national team but previously has played on the 2015 USA Showcase and on Team USA's 2011 World University Games squad. He was selected as a finalist for the United States' 2016 Rio Olympics team Jan. 18.
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