Football theonlycolors.com —  Chris and Dom are back talking all things Notre Dame and Megaphone Trophy.



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Football mlive.com —  A dozen years ago, Shane and Lee Ann Bullough and their four children were living in the Lake Michigan shoreline city of Norton Shores. The family liked being in suburban Muskegon near Lee Ann's parents, Jim and Leah Rae Morse, and close to other family members of hers.
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Football freep.com —  Cartersville (Ga.) cornerback Trey Creamer, a three-star prospect, will be in East Lansing next weekend for his official Michigan State visit.
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Football scout.com —  Spartan Digest publisher Dave Berk and intern Hannah Hultink look at the Spartans and Irish along with special guest Greg Forest.



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Men's Basketball freep.com —  Tom Izzo’s push for players in Michigan State’s 2016 incoming class went deep into the summer. He’s hoping to begin assembling his first post-Hall of Fame induction group Thursday. Five-star big man Jaren Jackson Jr. of La Lumiere School in LaPorte, Ind., announced via Twitter on Wednesday that the Spartans are among his final five schools. He plans to announce his decision today, his 17th birthday.
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Football onlyfans.cstv.com —  No. 12 Michigan State and No. 18 Notre Dame will renew their rivalry for the Megaphone Trophy for the first time since 2013 on Saturday, Sept. 17 at Notre Dame Stadium.
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Football detroitnews.com —  Even in 2016, 50 years after Notre Dame and Michigan State met as unbeatens, ranked No. 1 and No. 2, in a regularly scheduled season finale (for Michigan State) at Spartan Stadium, the staggering drama and significance of what happened Nov. 19, 1966, has, perhaps, taken on if not greater elevation, a kind of hardened, classic luster.
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Football freep.com —  It isn’t only the defensive and offensive lines we have questions about when Michigan State takes the field in South Bend on Saturday night. It’s the quarterback, too. We still don’t know who Tyler O’Connor is. Not really.
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Men's Soccer onlyfans.cstv.com —  Michigan State men’s soccer captured its third-straight game with a 1-0 road win under the lights against Oakland Wednesday at the Oakland Soccer Field.
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Football freep.com —  The mystique and echoes inside Notre Dame Stadium can shake a player to his core, erasing confidence and eroding performance. Not Brian Hoyer. Not on that day in 2007. “Hoyer was always relaxed,” former Michigan State running back Javon Ringer recalled Wednesday of his former quarterback. “He was never rattled – he wasn’t rattled about the stadium, he wasn’t rattled about the fans. He was like, ‘All right, we’re all in here together. Let’s take care of business, and let’s get out of here.’”
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Football statenews.com —  Of the caveats needed to create a rivalry, usually chief among them is a fanatical dislike which lingers on full-fledged hate. Cemented out of proximity and old state feuds over which school is the golden apple of the duo, rivalries are a peculiar thing. But for MSU and Notre Dame, their rivalry has been a quiet rivalry founded on mutual respect, familiarity that comes with consistent schedulings and a plethora of meaningful — sometimes historic — games.
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Cross Country statenews.com —  The MSU women’s cross country team opened their season on Sept. 2, at the Jeff Drenth Memorial at Central Michigan University. The Spartans won the meet with 23 points, and are back on track to chase their second national championship in three years.
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Football freep.com —  With all the penalties Michigan State endured in its first game of the season, its reconfigured offensive line displayed plenty of discipline. Just one false start for 5 yards. No holds, either. Don’t tell that to Mark Staten, though. Doesn’t want to talk about it.
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Football detroitnews.com —  A year ago, Michigan State had 37 sacks, good for 242 lost yards and a ranking of fourth in the Big Ten. But much of that production is off to the NFL with ends Shilique Calhoun and Lawrence Thomas. Re-creating that sort of pressure will be a key, though the results in the season-opening victory over Furman didn’t exactly yield the desired results for No. 12 Michigan State.
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Football impact89fm.org —  This is a brand new weekly segment that the Spartan Red Zone is getting underway. We are going to share our thoughts on what the X-factors will be for each game. We will be providing these articles the week leading up to Michigan State’s game
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Football msuspartans.com —  Michigan State assistant coaches Mike Tressel and Mark Staten spoke to the media Wednesday afternoon, previewing Saturday’s game between Michigan State and Notre Dame. No. 12/8 Michigan State (1-0) and No. 18/18 Notre Dame (1-1) will renew their rivalry for the Megaphone Trophy for the first time since 2013 on Saturday, Sept. 17 at Notre Dame Stadium. Kickoff is set for 7:42 p.m. on NBC.


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Volleyball msuspartans.com —  No. 22 Michigan State hosts a second tournament in the final week of pre-conference competition, welcoming DePaul, Maryland-Eastern Shore, and Notre Dame to Jenison Field House for the Spartan Classic. MSU is hosting a second tournament for the first time since the 2012 season.
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Football msuspartans.com —  It’s the golden anniversary of the gold standard in Michigan State football. When the No. 12 Spartans visit No. 18 Notre Dame Saturday night, they will commemorate, celebrate and try to tap into the tradition established by their MSU forefathers in the 1966 game against the Fighting Irish, which by most accounts remains the most famous tie in American sports history. 10-10.
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Men's Basketball btpowerhouse.com —  The 2016-2017 version of the Michigan State Spartans will look a lot different than last years team. Players have departed for the draft and headed for graduation, leaving the Spartans with major holes on their roster. Still, the general consensus in East Lansing is the Spartans will be just fine thanks to recruiting guru Tom Izzo’s ability to haul in what could be one of his best recruiting classes in history. Having such a mix of talented youth and untested upperclassmen leaves the Spartans with no guarantees.
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Football impact89fm.org —  The Michigan State-Notre Dame rivalry will once again raise its lively legacy on Sept. 17 after a two-year break. It is no secret that this matchup is consistently one of the most highly anticipated games of the non-conference season. However, this rivalry has more to offer one of many college football games on Saturdays. It has deep historical roots that have affected Michigan State, both as a football program and university, for years to come.
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