Football mlive.com —  Michigan State doesn't play a football game this weekend, but the Spartans are in position to score some victories on the recruiting field. The Spartans are playing host to several top prospects this weekend, most all of whom will be unofficial visitors and watch Michigan State's football practice and attend the basketball game with Arkansas Pine-Bluff at Breslin Center on Saturday.
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Women's Soccer msuspartans.com —  Michigan State junior defender Mary Kathryn Fiebernitz has been named to the 2014 NSCAA Continental Tire Women's All-Great Lakes Region second team. The Linden, Michigan, native was also named to the All-Big Ten second team by the conference office on Nov. 4. Discuss »
Football mlive.com —  Pat Narduzzi's name is soaring through social media cyberspace as a popular name for head coaching vacancies, even after Michigan State A.D. Mark Hollis said Thursday he has not been contacted by any schools wanting permission to talk to Narduzzi.
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Men's Basketball msuspartans.com —  Michigan State opens the longest homestand of the Tom Izzo era as it hosts Arkansas-Pine Bluff on Saturday. The Spartans are a perfect 2-0 at Breslin Center this season, but have played fewer home games than every other Big Ten team, which have all played at least four.
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Men's Soccer msuspartans.com —  The Michigan State men's soccer team, holder of two of the school's 27 national championships, is long overdue for a return to its sport's Final Four. With that in mind, the time couldn't be better to end the protracted absence as far as defender Ryan Keener, goalkeeper Zach Bennett and the rest of the Spartans are concerned.
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Wrestling msuspartans.com —  he Michigan State wrestling team and head coach Tom Minkel announced Friday that five student-athletes have signed National Letters of Intent and will join the program for the 2015-16 season.
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  The book on Javon Bess is that his game is probably the most developed of the three incoming freshmen. From the limited times I've seen him play, his defense is good, he rebounds well and can get to the basket. There's no one area of his game that's going to blow you away, but there's no major deficiency, either. His shot is still a work in progress, and I think I was most impressed by his athleticism. His versatility was what had him competing for a spot in the starting lineup until he broke his foot.
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Football mlive.com —  Michigan State football aspires for a national championship, but Spartans athletic director Mark Hollis wants to make sure fans don't get too carried away and lose sight of what constitutes a good season. It's only natural a coach who went 10-2 would say that 10-2 is a good season, or as coach Mark Dantonio put it, "a benchmark'' one. But it's another thing for the head coach's boss to put a seal of approval on it, and that's what Hollis has essentially done.
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  Gavin Schilling's first start of the season earlier this week didn't last long. The Spartans' sophomore forward earned the nod Sunday against Kansas, but committed a foul less than two minutes into the game. He played only 14 minutes. The second try three days later was much better.
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Football detroitnews.com —  Saturday will be a busy sports day on the Michigan State campus. The Spartan football team has a bowl practice, and the basketball team takes on Arkansas-Pine Bluff in the afternoon. That made it the perfect opportunity to host a "Spartan Elite Day," which will allow top recruits the opportunity to take in both of those events, as well as take tours and spend time with the football staff.
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Football detroit.cbslocal.com —  Dion Sims’ emergence has made it easier for the Miami Dolphins to deal with the injury to Charles Clay. The second-year player out of Michigan State came up big in Miami’s 16-13 win over the New York Jets on Monday night.
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Football freep.com —  On Saturday, Michigan State will be holding a practice in preparation for their likely game vs. Georgia Tech in the Orange Bowl. This will be the eighth consecutive bowl appearance for MSU. The coaching staff will look to have several top recruits from around the Midwest in East Lansing to learn more about the program.
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Wrestling msuspartans.com —  The Michigan State wrestling team hits the road for two matches this weekend as it takes on Northern Illinois Friday and No. 1 Iowa Saturday. Both matches will begin at 8 p.m. ET.
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Women's Basketball msuspartans.com —  Becca Mills scored the game-winning basket with 54 seconds to play in overtime Thursday night and No. 16 Michigan State rallied to beat Georgia Tech 79-73 in an ACC/Big Ten Challenge game.

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Women's basketball overcomes Georgia Tech in overtime, 79-73 State News
MSU hosted Georgia Tech as part of the ACC/Big Ten challenge, and after falling behind early, the Spartans needed overtime to claw out a tough 79-73 victory.

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Football pittsburgh.cbslocal.com —  “He has the pedigree for it,” said Tomlin. “That is one of the things that attracted us to him in the draft. He played on a talented offense up there at Michigan State his sophomore year, but then his junior year a number of those guys was in the NFL. A lot of the football went through him his last year at Michigan State. All you had to do was watch him over the course of that season and gain a level of comfort with his ability to tote the load.”
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Football spreaker.com —  Jack and Rico Beard talk MSU football, college academics and Faux Pelini with MSU senior punter, master's degree candidate and four-time Academic All-American, Mike Sadler.


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Ice Hockey spreaker.com —  Jack and Rico Beard talk Big Ten and MSU hockey with Spartans' head hockey coach, Tom Anastos.


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Ice Hockey statenews.com —  After splitting all five of their two-game series this season, MSU hockey (5-8, 1-1 Big Ten) will look to string together two wins this weekend.
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Football statenews.com —  MSU finished the season 10-2 and most likely will play in one of the New Year’s Day six non-playoff bowl games. That’s a pretty successful season and something Spartan fans should be pleased with in the end. However, MSU gets only a B grade simply because the Spartans didn’t live up to the high expectations.
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