Football mlive.com —  "This was a great win, but I think we can be even better next season, to be honest,'' Allen said, confetti from a 42-41 Cotton Bowl win over No. 5-ranked Baylor still stuck to his jersey last Thursday. "This will jumpstart us into next season. We'll come back and grind through winter conditioning and spring ball and be ready again.''
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Football espn.go.com —  Dantonio has built a program that can withstand just about any menace, real or imagined. “We're not fading away,” Dantonio said Tuesday. “We're getting better as we move forward. And the challenges are getting bigger.”
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Ice Hockey impact89fm.org —  2015 is now upon us, and if you are a college hockey fan then you are salivating at the mouth because the bulk of the Big Ten season starts in earnest in a few short weeks. For Michigan State hockey (7-10-1 overall), 2015 offers a chance to “right the ship” so to speak on a so far sub-par season.
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  Time for Michigan State's players to say goodbye to those comfy confines of the Breslin Center. Our five things to watch this week starts with the Spartans ending their extended homestand that stretches back to Dec. 3:
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Men's Soccer onlyfans.cstv.com —  Men's soccer captain Fatai Alashe was named as one of just eight former student-athletes to be signed in advance of the MLS SuperDraft as announced Monday, Jan. 5 by Major League Soccer.
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Men's Basketball jrn.com —  With $100,000 at stake, MSU Coach Tom Izzo is going up against 47 of his rivals on behalf of Volunteers of America Michigan. Izzo again named Volunteers of America Michigan as the charity he will represent in the 2015 Infiniti Coaches' Charity Challenge, where fans are invited to vote for their favorite coach online. Voting is simple. After registering, participants can vote once each day by going to espn.com/infiniti.
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Football freep.com —  Start with the worst interception of Connor Cook's career – and the first time he has appeared visibly shaken by a mistake on the sideline – and the play that kept the comeback possible for MSU. If interception-return headhunter Jack Conklin doesn't go full sprint after Taylor Young, he doesn't get clipped on the play and MSU is down 48-28 with 11 minutes to go. This doesn't happen without that effort.
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Swimming & Diving onlyfans.cstv.com —  The Michigan State swimming and diving teams will compete in a three-day Big Ten dual meet at Purdue, starting on Thursday. The action will take place at the Boilermaker Aquatic Center pool in West Lafayette, Indiana.
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  Tom Izzo said Tuesday after practice that Denzel Valentine, Travis Trice, Matt Costello and Javon Bess have all shown improvement after having various symptoms of illness during the week. Valentine and Bess, Izzo said, didn't practice the day before the Spartans' 70-50 win over Indiana Monday, but both played anyway, a rarity.
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Men's Basketball detroitnews.com —  Entering Monday's game against Indiana, with the Spartans having lost two of the last three at home, there was still something missing, and Denzel Valentine was tired of it. "I brought everybody together and gave them my thoughts," the junior captain said. "And they responded."
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Men's Basketball spartansportsnetwork.com —  Recap of Indiana, preview of Iowa. Special guest, ESPN College Basketball Analyst Seth Greenberg
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Women's Basketball onlyfans.cstv.com —  Michigan State women's basketball returns home after two-straight road games to take on No. 18/19 Nebraska on the Big Ten Network at 8:30 p.m. on Thursday.
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Football onlyfans.cstv.com —  If last year was about reaching the mountaintop, 2014 was about staying there. Michigan State is the only school to win a Bowl Championship Series game during the 2013 season and a New Year's Six bowl game this season.
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Men's Basketball freep.com —  "Our help defense I thought was unbelievable. I thought it was the best defensive job we've done in years and years as far as what the game plan was (and) what we did," Izzo said after Tuesday's practice. "Our transition defense was good, we rebounded the ball awfully well and we pushed it awfully well."
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  Michigan State freshman Javon Bess has found a reliable formula for dealing with pressure: Follow Coach Tom Izzo's instructions, and let the rest fall into place. Bess said that's what he and his Spartan teammates did on Monday night en route to the 70-50 victory over Indiana at Breslin Center, and that's what they figure to do at 7 p.m. on Thursday against Iowa.
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  "If you look at the whole year, we're only giving up 36 percent," Izzo said Monday after his team beat Indiana. "That's the lowest ever in my era. I don't know what teams are shooting from the three, but it's in the twenties. That's probably the lowest in my era." Michigan State's opponent shooting percentage is now 36.8 percent, and it is indeed the lowest of the 20-season Izzo era. The lowest a Tom Izzo Michigan State team has held an opponent's shooting percentage to is 37.9 in 2011-12.
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  As his Michigan State teammates warmed up for their game against Indiana Monday, junior captain Denzel Valentine didn't like what he was seeing. The Spartans didn't have as much energy as he liked. They needed to be more hungry. So he pulled the team together and told them as much in a pregame speech. The results: the Spartans started the game on a 19-4 run en route to a 70-50 win.
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