Ice Hockey msuspartans.com —  Spartan hockey single-game tickets and season mini-plans are now on sale. Fans can purchase tickets in person at Jenison Field House, online at MSUSpartans.com or by phone at 517-355-1610.
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Football mlive.com —  Nebraska coach Bo Pelini said shortly after last season's game that the Cornhuskers have run on Michigan State's vaunted defense for three years, and they will run on the Spartans again. All-American defensive end Shilique Calhoun learned of Pelini's pledge earlier this week, and he seemed rather amused when discussing it on Tuesday.
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Women's Tennis msuspartans.com —  The Michigan State women's tennis team travels to Akron this weekend to compete in the Akron Invitational.
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Men's Tennis msuspartans.com —  John Patrick Mullane and Brett Forman wrapped up the ITA All-American Championships with the doubles qualifying on Tuesday. Texas A&M's AJ Cantanzariti and Max Lunkin defeated Mullane and Forman, 6-3, 7-5.
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Football cbssports.com —  Arguably the top senior prospect at free safety in the 2015 draft class, Drummond is a three-year starter and was the top returning tackler for the Spartans in 2014. He matched first round pick Darqueze Dennard for the team-lead in interceptions (4) last season and currently leads Michigan State this season with two pick-offs through four games.
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Field Hockey statenews.com —  Even with the disappointment of two losses last weekend, there were still a few highlights that No. 20 MSU field hockey took away from it. And while the Spartans primary focus is their play, they took some time to enjoy themselves off the field this weekend.
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Football msuspartans.com —  In big bold letters outside the Michigan State outdoor football practice facility is a sign that reads, "Earn the Jersey." No one lives by this statement more than fifth-year senior linebacker Mylan Hicks.
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Women's Soccer msuspartans.com —  After coming off a tough loss to Michigan on Saturday evening, the Spartans return to East Lansing for a two-game home stretch this weekend. Michigan State begins the weekend by taking on Iowa (3-2-0, B1G) Thursday at 4:30 p.m. The Spartans will than come back Sunday afternoon for a game against Nebraska (1-2-2, B1G) at 1 p.m.
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Football msuspartans.com —  Keith Mumphery is one of five players on the Michigan State football roster from the state of Georgia. The senior wide receiver is a little more than 900 miles north of his hometown of Vienna, but that distance didn't play a factor when it came time for him to make a decision on where he wanted to go to college. "Once I met Coach D and the coaching staff, they made me feel very comfortable and at home up here," said Mumphery. "Just being around them and a lot of other great people up here helped me realize this was the place to be."
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Men's Basketball freep.com —  “Right now, knock on wood, I like my team,” Izzo said this morning in Troy. “They have had an incredible summer. I’ve got two very good leaders (Travis Trice and Denzel Valentine), something I didn’t think I had last year, even though we had a very good team and great chemistry. Now we have great chemistry with good leaders; probably not as talented as last year’s team, or at least with veterans.”
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Football 247sports.com —  The initial watch list for the 2014 Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award was trimmed to 15, and Michigan State quarterback Connor Cook made the cut.interceptions. "The Golden Arm Award is presented by the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Educational Foundation, Inc. and Transamerica. The award has been presented at the end of each season since 1987 to the nations top college quarterback, based on his accomplishments both on and off the field."
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Football msuspartans.com —  Brian Allen is excelling at being an exception. Rare is the first-year player who is physically and mentally ready to play on the offensive line of a major college football team. Many who do are clearly overmatched and some don't crack the rotation after five years in the program.
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Football freep.com —  Nebraska defensive coordinator John Papuchis said this week he considers Michigan State a rival — which makes sense considering recent competitive games and the fact that the teams won every title of the short-lived Big Ten Legends Division (MSU in 2011 and 2013, Nebraska in 2012).
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Football spartansportsnetwork.com —  This Week George And Coach D Recap The Game Against Wyoming And Preview Nebraska. Guest Include Senior Wide Reciever Keith Mumphery And Junior Linebacker Darien Harris.
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Football statenews.com —  There’s something about Spartan Stadium under the lights. At least that’s what players are saying. As No. 10 MSU (3-1 overall) prepares to face No. 19 Nebraska (5-0 overall) for an 8 p.m. kickoff on Saturday, players, coaches and fans are getting wrapped up in the excitement of opening Big Ten play with a top-20 matchup.
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Field Hockey statenews.com —  Senior midfielder Becky Stiles, third on the team in points, is heading home this weekend.A native of Medford, N.J., Stiles will have plenty of her own supporters this weekend as field hockey prepares to take on Rutgers and Monmouth on the road.
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Football msuspartans.com —  You don't have to be in the spotlight to lead a team. This is a lesson fifth-year senior wide receiver John Jakubik has embraced as a walk-on. "When you're the big brother of the group, even though I'm still doing scout team stuff, you take on a leadership role," said Jakubik. "I try to mentor the younger guys, just like when I was younger and I had others mentor me. They know that I respect them and I just hope that by me doing that toward them, they return the favor in a few years when they're in my position."
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