Football highschoolsports.mlive.com —  As if Michigan State wasn’t already the favorite to land Ann Arbor Skyline’s Hunter Rison, the Spartans solidified their spot atop the sophomore’s list Thursday. Hunter, the son of Michigan State wide receiving legend Andre Rison, received his first college football offer during his second official visit to the East Lansing campus.
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Men's Basketball michiganstate.247sports.com —  One of Tom Izzo and Michigan State’s top targets in the Class of 2016 is Detroit (Mich.) Jesuit’s Cassius Winston. The first big AAU tournament of the spring/summer season – the Nike EYBL at the Boo Williams Center in Hampton, Va. - was this past weekend. Winston, a 6-foot point guard and No. 26 overall prospect in the class, was there playing for The Family. And it was like Izzo and Co. were related. At each game Winston played in, Izzo and his staff were there.
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Men's Basketball theonlycolors.com —  This MSU team should be a national force next year. And I say that because, well, there are no weaknesses. There's rebounding, playmaking, speed, depth, low-post scoring, perimeter shooting, and I assume some chemistry.
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Football mlive.com —  Coach Mark Dantonio said last week it would be up to the media to figure out Michigan State's football team weaknesses. Dantonio knows as well as anyone it's much easier to talk about team strengths.
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Men's Basketball freep.com —  The pregame meeting with several MSU basketball greats and the postgame speech from Mateen Cleaves were mentioned after the Spartans' season ended with a Final Four loss to Duke. They came to life Saturday with "Final Four Confidential" on CBS, a retrospective on the weekend in Indianapolis with behind-the-scenes footage from all four teams. The night before the game at the team hotel, Magic Johnson talked as other former players — including Cleaves, Morris Peterson, Steve Smith, Eric Snow, Chris Hill, Tim Bograkos, Matt Steigenga and Daimon Bethea — stood with him.
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Football spartanavenue.com —  Spring practice continues for Michigan State and we look into another spot on the roster that needs someone to step up in a big way. The secondary for the Spartans’ defense plays a key role as they are often forced into single coverage or play a major factor in run support. The safety position may not get the same attention as the corners, but it plays a just as an important role.
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Men's Golf onlyfans.cstv.com —  Michigan State men's golf finished 11th at the Robert Kepler Intercollegiate in Columbus, Ohio. The Spartans finished play on the par-71, 7,455 Scarlet Course at The Ohio State University Golf Club on Sunday, finishing with a 41-over 893 (294-296-303).
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Baseball onlyfans.cstv.com —  The Michigan State offense erupted for a season-high 20 hits on Sunday afternoon as the Spartans defeated Northwestern by a score of 14-3 at McLane Stadium at Kobs Field.
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Softball onlyfans.cstv.com —  A seven-run second inning by Ohio State was too much for Michigan State softball to overcome as the Spartans were beaten by the Buckeyes, 15-5 in five innings, Sunday afternoon at a sunbathed Secchia Stadium.
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Football mlive.com —  Dantonio said it's typical for the defensive to be ahead of the offense at this stage of the spring, but he wasn't issuing any free passes to his offense where he saw failings on Friday.
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Men's Basketball freep.com —  The sight of Tom Izzo's 20th team emotionally celebrating an overtime win over Louisville at Syracuse's Carrier Dome was surreal. The Final Four was a laughable idea Nov. 18 and would have gone beyond laughable at later points of the season.
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Men's Tennis onlyfans.cstv.com —  Michigan State (11-14, 2-6) was narrowly defeated by Wisconsin (7-14, 3-5) on Saturday, 4-3. The Spartans won the doubles point, with the pairs of Harry Jadun and John Patrick Mullane, and Doug Zade parterning with Brett Forman for the first time this season, winning their matches, at No. 1 and No. 3 doubles.
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Men's Basketball nwherald.com —  While the rest of us were busy getting our brackets busted over the past month, Cary-Grove graduate Ian May lived the madness of March as a student manager for the Michigan State men's basketball team. His responsibilities ramped up during the postseason, but it paid off when he got to travel with the seventh-seeded Spartans to the Sweet 16 in Syracuse, New York and the Final Four in Indianapolis, Indiana.
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Football freep.com —  It's generally not advisable to be the talk of the spring for more than one spring. Demetrius Cooper will take it, though. And insist that this time, it's legitimate. "There was a buzz going around like I was gonna be a good player," Cooper said of the word last spring before a quiet redshirt freshman season for the defensive end from Chicago. "But I knew on the inside I had a far way to go. But this year I can actually say the buzz can be even better — and the buzz will be true."
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Football spartanavenue.com —  Continuing to take a in-depth look of position battles and who will win the job as Michigan State goes through spring practice brings us to the running backs. Jeremy Langford finished his Spartan career in impressive fashion. He rushed for 100 yards or more in 16 straight games against Big Ten opponents and is now looking to play on Sundays.
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Football lansingstatejournal.com —  MSU is in a rare position where it’s essentially waiting for the season. Not wasting time, but also not desperately needing a spring to uncover and develop players who give the Spartans a chance to win. This team is going to win. The question is how big.
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Men's Golf onlyfans.cstv.com —  After two rounds, Michigan State men's golf is 10th at the Robert Kepler Intercollegiate in Columbus, Ohio.
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  By committing to Izzo and the Spartans, Swanigan said he feels like he's going to a place that will put him in a position to be successful. "He just puts his guys in places they can succeed," Swanigan said. "That's the greatest thing about him, he doesn't strap anyone to a place where they can't do anything. He gives them the freedom that allows them to go out and produce."
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Track & Field onlyfans.cstv.com —  The Michigan State track & field teams were back in action on Saturday at the Big Ten/ACC Challenge, hosted by the University of Louisville's Cardinal Park.
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Women's Rowing onlyfans.cstv.com —  MSU faced off with Iowa and Indiana on Belleville Lake, as MSU's novice eights continued to excel but the varsity boats falling to both Big Ten foes.
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