Football spartanavenue.com —  According to Bruce Feldman of FOX Sports, Michigan State boasts the ninth-best secondary in college football. Ahead of Michigan State, according to Feldman is LSU, Washington, Alabama, Michigan, Florida, Florida State, Iowa and USC from one-to-nine, respectively.
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Women's Basketball lansingstatejournal.com —  Kristin Haynie dreamed big at an early age. And while she may have not quite achieved her biggest dream of becoming the first female to play in the NBA, Haynie accomplished much of what she set out to do on the basketball court. Haynie’s success at Mason High School, Michigan State and in the WNBA has led to her being part of the latest class of inductees heading into the Greater Lansing Sports Hall of Fame on July 28 at the Lansing Center.
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Men's Basketball todaysu.com —  As long as they “find their niche,” “don’t try to do too much,” and of course, remain healthy, former Michigan State big men should hold their own as pros, says Spartans great Paul Davis, who just finished a successful decade of professional basketball.
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Men's Basketball freep.com —  It looked impossibly high when he threw it, and if it weren’t for the heavenly athleticism of its intended recipient, the pass would’ve sailed harmlessly out of bounds. Michigan State’s Tum Tum Nairn knew better. He’d gotten the ball on the break and had sped down the court when he spotted Miles Bridges trailing to his left. He flicked the ball underhanded, a parabolic lob, and as the ball rose so did the crowd in the bleachers at the Moneyball Pro-Am in Dimondale.
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  A collection of former Spartans will start their run at a $2 million prize tonight in Chicago. The team named "Spartan Heroes" will face Ohio United in the first round of The Basketball Tournament -- a single-elimination, 64-team event entering its third year of play.
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Football washingtonpost.com —  Kirk Cousins wasn’t an obvious Big Ten prospect in high school. He wasn’t especially big, wasn’t notably fast and didn’t have the sure-fire pedigree of a future star. So when his high school coach, Tim Lont, began talking with the quarterback about his future, Lont’s initial thoughts were modest. Maybe Cousins could go to nearby Division III Hope College, his coach’s alma mater. If that didn’t work out, there was Division II Grand Valley State. Or, if Cousins wanted to dream big, there were Mid-American Conference schools like Western Michigan and Central Michigan.
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Football michiganstate.247sports.com —  Michigan State receiver R.J. Shelton will be asked to do a little bit of everything for the Spartans this season. The senior might even be rewarded for it, as he was named to the preseason watch list for the Paul Hornung Award, which is given to the most versatile player in the country.
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Football theonlycolors.com —  Award watch list season is wrapping up, but there’s one more Michigan State Spartans star who has been named a candidate for a postseason honor. Wide receiver R.J. Shelton is up for the Paul Hornung Award, given to the most versatile player in college football.
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Women's Basketball msuspartans.com —  Michigan State University head women's basketball coach Suzy Merchant announced the return of Julie Dombroski as the Director of Basketball Operations and Technology, while Alysiah Bond transitions to assistant coach. Dombroski returns to Michigan State after two seasons as Assistant Coach and Recruiting Coordinator at Oakland University. She had previously spent seven seasons at MSU as the Director of Basketball Operations and Technology. Bond spent last season with the Spartans' in the same role.
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Men's Basketball video.wkar.org —  Al's guest is MSU men’s basketball player Lourawls “Tum Tum” Nairn Jr. Nairn joins Al to discuss the struggle of overcoming an injury, summary of the Moneyball Summer Pro-Am Basketball League, his goals for next season and more.
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Football freep.com —  Recruiting never stops and the Michigan State staff is already looking at players for the class of 2018, while trying to put the finishing touches on the class of 2017. The Spartans have already offered multiple players from Michigan and Ohio for the following year. Here are a few of the players the staff is already focused on.
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Football detroitnews.com —  Detroit Cass Tech offensive lineman Jordan Reid had offers from Michigan, Tennessee, Florida, Arizona State, Pittsburgh, Nebraska, West Virginia and more, but according to him, his decision to commit to Michigan State, which he announced last Saturday while in Oregon for The Opening Finals, was not a difficult one.
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Football impact89fm.org —  Dating back to 2007, the Mark Dantonio era has featured many successful running backs in East Lansing. From Javon Ringer to Le’veon Bell to Jeremy Langford, these men have demonstrated the motto “Pound green pound” as well as any running back could. Dantonio has produced a 1,000 yard rusher six out of his nine years during his tenure at Michigan State. It’s safe to say that the ground game is a huge integral part of the Spartans success on offense.
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Football michiganstate.247sports.com —  Any unbiased observer would have to admit that Michigan State had some bounces go its way last season. On the same token, they would also have to admit that the Spartans' unusual number of injuries, especially those to starters and even more so ones that ended seasons, was decidedly unlucky. Both good bounces and bad luck with injuries are a part of football, though, and there's no way to forecast either.
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Men's Basketball nba.com —  The San Antonio Spurs today announced that they have signed guard Bryn Forbes. Per club policy, terms of the contract were not announced.
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Baseball msuspartans.com —  Several Michigan State baseball players are still playing in summer leagues across the country. Clock through for an updated listing of MSU players competing in summer leagues along with links to the web pages of their respective teams.
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Football isportsweb.com —  When the incident between Draymond Green and Jermaine Edmondson occurred Sunday morning, Edmondson already knew that he was no longer on the Michigan State football team.
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Football freep.com —  With the recent commitments of four-star tight end Matt Dotson of Cincinnati Moeller and three-star offensive lineman Jordan Reid of Detroit Cass Tech, Michigan State addressed two high-priority needs for the recruiting class of 2017. But one position that the staff is still looking to address is cornerback. For 2017, the staff is focused on a pair of blue-chip Midwest prospects whom they believe can make an early impact.
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Football isportsweb.com —  The fall depth chart hasn’t come out yet, and with head coach Mark Dantonio not being a stranger to moving players around, things are definitely subject to change. Today we’re going to take a look at what should be an underrated group of safeties.
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Football mlive.com —  Jermaine Edmondson, the Michigan State football player at the center of the Draymond Green assault arrest, is no longer part of the Spartan program. In a press release issued Wednesday night, Michigan State announced that Edmondson has requested and been granted a full release to play his final year of eligibility at a different school. The reason cited for Edmonson's transfer is for increased playing time
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