Men's Basketball espn.go.com —  Expecting Final Fours is silly, because getting to the Final Four is insanely hard. Here's the most impressive thing you can say about Izzo, then: In his 19 seasons in East Lansing, Izzo has made the whole thing look so rote that it's more surprising when his teams don't get to the Final Four than when they do. That is just one of many impressive things about Izzo, obviously.
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  Watching the NBA draft last week in Dallas, Keith Appling admitted he was disappointed not to see his name among the 60 called. But when the NBA summer league opportunities started rolling in soon after, the former Michigan State point guard changed his tune. “I feel like this is a second opportunity to accomplish my goals,” Appling said this week on The Drive with Jack on Lansing’s The Game 730 AM.
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Men's Basketball db.lsj.com —  Before he became “Sweet Mo Pete,” Peterson was an immature and unheralded wing who was left home on trip to Maui. Four years later, he was every bit his nickname, the Big Ten’s player of the year, an All-American, a first-round NBA draft pick, and national champion.
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Ice Hockey freep.com —  “I love Michigan State, and I want to be a Spartan,” the Shelby Township native said during an interview with “Staudt on Sports” on Lansing’s WVFN-AM (730). “Right now, I’m looking at Michigan State and taking online classes here back at home. Michigan State, the Spartans, the university — everything like that is on my mind. So that’s what I’m planning on doing come the fall, being a Spartan.”
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Ice Hockey cbssports.com —  The Vancouver Canucks have themselves a high-priced goaltender once again. In a move that seemed increasingly likely as July 1 approached, the Vancouver Canucks signed Ryan Miller to a three-year deal on Tuesday and judging by the money, he's being signed as the clear No. 1 goalie.
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Men's Basketball detroitnews.com —  It appears that ESPN will rank Michigan State’s Tom Izzo among the top three coaches in college basketball. The countdown, revealed daily on ESPN.com, had Duke’s Mike Krzyzewski ranked at No. 4 on Tuesday, leaving Izzo as a notable omission on the top 50 list.
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Football spartannation.com —  This is a true battle. Both Harris and Jones will start. Both will play. Both are great young men. The question is who will be the Spartans QB of the D when the season snaps. Time in the film room over the next few weeks could be the edge. Discuss »
Volleyball msuspartans.com —  Michigan State volleyball coach Cathy George has announced the hiring of Brittany Holbrook as the program's Director of Volleyball Operations. In her new position, Holbrook will be responsible many of the day-to-day functions of the program, oversee all team travel and meals, serve as a liaison with the Sideout Club, and also work extensively with the program's summer camps.
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  The venue is new, the schedule is new, and the level of competition is just as high. The Moneyball Pro-Am opens its 11th season Tuesday in Lansing with its usual cast of Division 1 players past and present.
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  Steve Smith spent Monday reuniting with fellow Spartans at his annual charity golf outing near Grand Rapids. And when he returns home to Atlanta, he’s excited one of the newest Spartan basketball alumni will be there with him.
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Men's Basketball spreaker.com —  Jack and Joe Rexrode talk with former MSU point guard and NBA Summer League participant with the Portland Trailblazers, Keith Appling.


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Men's Basketball db.lsj.com —  Green’s senior season is one of the great years in MSU basketball history, in terms of production, leadership and winning beyond expectations. He averaged 16.2 points, 10.6 rebounds and 3.8 assists in 2011-12, carrying an otherwise fairly immature group to 29 wins, a Big Ten championship, a Big Ten tournament title and a No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament. Green was a consensus All-American after that season, one of three in MSU basketball history. Mateen Cleaves and Magic Johnson are the others.
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  Michigan State forward Alex Gauna is taking the summer to decide whether or not he will play his senior season or retire from basketball. But according to coach Tom Izzo, his retirement is nearly a sure thing. “In my mind it’s 98 percent,” Izzo said Monday at the Steve Smith Charity Challenge near Grand Rapids. “But it’s just something he hasn’t finalized."
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Drew Neitzel


Steve Smith


Mateen Cleaves


Mike Garland


Suzy Merchant talks MSU Womens Basketball


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Football isportsweb.com —  Despite going 13-1 last season and winning the first Rose Bowl for Michigan State in over a half-century, there is still some uncertainty surrounding the MSU football team. Many key seniors have departed, and the current players are still adjusting to their new roles on the team. Here is a rundown of the three biggest question marks for the Spartans going into next season.
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