Football isportsweb.com —  As the season is just over one week away from kicking off, the isportsMSU writers have their predictions for the next season of Michigan State football.
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Football freep.com —  Michigan State point guard Tum Tum Nairn got to enjoy a healthy summer after dealing with foot problems that began during MSU’s preseason trip to Italy a year ago. The junior played through the pain during the season before being shut down for seven games in January with plantar fasciitis, finally undergoing a procedure on his right foot after the season ended.
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Football michiganstate.247sports.com —  This is final part of Spartan Tailgates's exclusive interview with Michigan State director of college advancement and performance Curtis Blackwell. Michigan State fans have been very accepting of Blackwell, who is entering his fourth season at MSU this fall. "Just the appreciation of the fanbase,” Blackwell said. “Michigan State fans just accept you for who you are. I think what is something with all these programs, they don’t treat their coaches and staff as good as Spartans do. Michigan State fans love you for what you do. We get a five-star recruit or a two-star recruit, they are happy that we were able to get them to be a Spartan.”
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Football spartannation.com —  While Felton Davis, RJ Shelton, and the incoming freshmen are getting a lot of attention, people are forgetting about Stewart. Well, forget at your own peril. Spartan WR coach extraordinaire Terry Samuel told me this week, “Others may have forgotten, but for us he has always been there. He is just comfortable with the offense. Some guys learn it at a different pace. I am actually playing him at different positions now. He understands the offense and he is making plays. You will see him a lot this year that is for sure.”
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Football mlive.com —  As Connor Cook prepares to become the fifth former Michigan State quarterback on an NFL roster, he's put together a strong start to his preseason. In the team's first preseason game, Cook went 7 for 11 for 71 yards. In the team's second game, he went 6 for 9 for 101 yards and an interception.
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Football freep.com —  Michigan State’s thinned-out defensive line suffered another loss today. Defensive tackle Cassius Peat was given his scholarship release to transfer, the school announced via email
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Football freep.com —  There are plenty of preconceived notions when it comes to Walled Lake Western wide receiver/defensive back Cody White. First, as the son of former Lions cornerback Sheldon White, who later joined the team’s front office, rising to interim general manager, one could assume White has been in football pads since the day he could walk.
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Football michiganstate.247sports.com —  Matt Sokol hasn't been generating the same buzz outside the Michigan State practice facility as some of the Spartans' talented young receivers, and he's not nearly as well known as fellow tight ends Josiah Price and Jamal Lyles. But the sophomore tight end out of Rochester (Mich.) Adams has created some excitement within the walls of the Duffy Daugherty Building/Skandalaris Football Center this camp, and his recently-named starting quarterback is among those who have taken notice.
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Football detroitnews.com —  After four seasons at Nebraska, Kevin Williams had a pretty good idea of what it was like to play at Michigan State. While with the Cornhuskers, Williams said the week in preparation for the Spartans was simple — it was going to be physical.
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Football lansingstatejournal.com —  Dennis Finley’s career started trending upward when Jack Conklin got injured last season. Then he suffered a horrific broken leg. Finley’s football future appeared in doubt. The junior tackle once again is back on the outside looking in with Michigan State’s playing group after appearing to be ready to play during spring practices.
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Football freep.com —  With Michigan State center Jack Allen now with the New Orleans Saints, Kodi Kieler is tackling the job.
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Football isportsweb.com —  "We’re coming.” Those are the words Mark Dantonio used to describe his program after the season-ending loss to Alabama in the College Football Playoff last December 31 in Arlington, Texas. Using the song “I Can Get It Back” by Zack Hemsey as the background track, DeBeau Films’ latest video looks at the 2016 Spartans as they prepare to go “Back2Back” with another Big Ten Championship.
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Football michiganstate.247sports.com —  Michigan State is an established national name in the college football world, especially with the success of the program the last six years or so, but the Spartans are largely built on homegrown, local talent. Entering 2016, MSU has 47 players from the state of Michigan on the roster and another 29 from the state of Ohio. Head coach Mark Dantonio and his staff have proven they can find talent in the Midwest and find enough of it to compete in the Big Ten and nationally
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Football freep.com —  Lansing State Journal sports producer Dan Kilbridge, Detroit Free Press MSU beat writer Chris Solari and LSJ columnist Graham Couch begin with a rousing installment of 'You like that?!' and discuss Tyler O'Connor, who was named the Week 1 starter for Furman, as well as the way Dantonio handled it. They also talk 'Green & White Days' premiere, Donnie Corley's superstar status and more.


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Football msuspartans.com —  In some respects, Michigan State’s offensive line can’t help but look and function differently that it did last season. It would be a disservice to Jack Conklin, Jack Allen and Donavon Clark to suggest otherwise.
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Football cbssports.com —  LEGO pieces have their limitations when it comes to recreating reality: size and count of the pieces, a limited color palette and, when applicable, the patience to execute a full highlight using stop-motion photography. These limitations are nothing but obstacles to overcome for this incredible LEGO recreation of Michigan State's last-second win at Michigan.

A video posted by Jared Jacobs (@goldyeller) on Aug 15, 2016 at 6:13am PDT

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Football mlive.com —  The Spartans are undergoing a significant overhaul of their offensive line this offseason. They're replacing three starters, including two All-Americans in Jack Allen and Jack Conklin. No other team in the country is replacing two first or second-team Associated Press All-Americans on the offensive line.
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Football michiganstate.247sports.com —  "The one that nobody will talk about and in the scrimmage he played some with the 1s and with the 2s just because of some guys that we have dinged up right now, and that was Casey Schreiner," MSU offensive line coach Mark State said Monday. "Nobody here even knows who that name is. (But) he was out there with the 1s, racking up (Raequan Williams) and blocking Malik (McDowell) and doing some good things."
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Football theonlycolors.com —  Running back has been a plus position group for the Michigan State offense since Mark Dantonio came to town. With a trio of backs accounting for at least 500 yards and three touchdowns apiece on the ground, 2015 was no different
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Football mlive.com —  Offensive lineman George Brown Jr. is considering transferring to Michigan State after recently deciding to leave LSU, his father told The Advocate. George Brown Sr. told the paper that his son is choosing between Miami, Michigan State, Penn State and UCLA, and that he expects to make a decision and enroll this week. Brown would have to sit out the 2016 season, per NCAA transfer rules, then would have three more seasons of eligibility remaining.
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