Football mlive.com —  Reynolds worked out at Tuesday's Pro Day combine event at the Duffy Daugherty Football Building as both an offensive lineman and defensive lineman, and according to one NFL scout in attendance "looked better in the O-Line drills than anyone.''
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Men's Basketball tbd.radio.cbssports.com —  For the first time in months, No. 22 Michigan State (23-8, 12-6) is at full strength. Yes, after starting 18-1, the Spartans were hit hard by the injury bug and lost seven of their last 12 games as a result. Nevertheless, Tom Izzo is optimistic about the weeks ahead. “I have the confidence that we’re going to figure it out,” the Spartans head coach said on The Morning Show. “I’m hoping we don’t run out of time as we get all these guys back. But it’s no magic wand. It’s not what Tom Izzo does. It’s what the players do.”
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Misc. statenews.com —  Despite having a 50-year history, the MSU Rugby Football Club went through drastic changes this year. The club, which was mainly for recreation and fun last year, became a more organized and structured team that now competes with Big Ten teams. Its 50-year anniversary will be celebrated with hopes for future wins, as the club divided in two teams: the sevens and the 15s - or “union.”
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Men's Tennis msuspartans.com —  The Michigan State men's tennis team was able to get back on track Wednesday night and gain some momentum heading into the weekend as it topped in-state foe Western Michigan by a final of 6-1. The Spartans improved to 6-7 on the season with the win inside the MSU Indoor Tennis Facility.
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Wrestling msuspartans.com —  The NCAA released the brackets and announced at-large selections on Wednesday for the 2014 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships in Oklahoma City, Okla., on March 20-22. Mike McClure earned the No. 7 seed in the heavyweight bracket, while John Rizqallah is the No. 14 seed at 184 pounds.
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Football freep.com —  On Monday, Michigan State extend a scholarship offer to Indianapolis Decatur Central quarterback Tommy Stevens. The 6-foot-4, 190-pound prospect now has Big Ten offers from MSU, Iowa, Purdue and Indiana.
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Men's Basketball msuspartans.com —  Michigan State enters the Big Ten Tournament as the No. 3 seed for the second straight season. And just like in 2013, the Spartans will play the winner of Thursday's Iowa/Northwestern contest. MSU is looking for its fourth Big Ten Tournament crown.
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Football mlive.com —  The Michigan State football program, fresh off a historic 13-1 Rose Bowl season and No. 3 national ranking, is making its stand in the Great Lakes State with the Class of 2015 and beyond, taking on national powerhouses for the right to keep the top players in the Great Lakes State close to home.
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Men's Basketball detroitnews.com —  Tom Izzo admits when he is up at night worrying about his team, it’s usually about time. Time that was lost throughout the season to injuries. Time that has become short. Time that is almost impossible to get back. “Running out of time to get the rhythm back?” Izzo said of his Michigan State team. “When you don’t sleep at night, that’s a worry.”
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Wrestling statenews.com —  Senior heavyweight Mike McClure and junior 184-pounder John Rizqallah are the Spartans making the trip to the NCAA Championships - seeded seventh and 14th. Both wrestlers are competing at nationals for the second year in a row. The NCAA Division I Wrestling Committee - which head coach Tom Minkel is a part of - released the tournament’s brackets and the rest of the athletes competing, but none were Spartans.
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Men's Basketball freep.com —  Just how much stress does Tom Izzo go through during a Michigan State basketball game? We’re about to fnd out. ESPN Sport Science tabbed the head coach to participate in a feature on coaching stress, which will air during College GameDay at noon Saturday on ESPN and again on Nightline at 12:35 a.m. on ABC.
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Gymnastics msuspartans.com —  Returning home to Jenison Field House, the Michigan State gymnastics team is back in action on Saturday, March 15 to host a Big Ten quad meet. The Spartans welcome No. 9 Nebraska, No. 14 Illinois and No. 23 Ohio State to a conference match up, with competition scheduled to begin at 1:30 p.m. It marks the second-straight quad-meet competition for MSU. The meet will be broadcast on the Big Ten Network at approximately 3:30 p.m. on Saturday.
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Wrestling msuspartans.com —  Partnering with Team IMPACT and Sparrow Hospital, the Michigan State wrestling team has welcomed 11-year-old Tyler Jones, who is diagnosed with cystic fibrosis, to the Spartan family. A non-profit from Quincy, Mass., Team IMPACT matches kids facing life-threatening illnesses with college athletic teams to create long-term support networks.
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Women's Rowing msuspartans.com —  Michigan State gets its earliest start on the racing season since 2009 when it travels to Oak Ridge, Tenn. To compete in the Oak Ridge Cardinal Invitational. Hosted by the University of Louisville, this two-day event will bring a strong field of crews to Melton Lake in Oak Ridge, Tenn.
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Swimming & Diving msuspartans.com —  Led by an 11th place overall finish by junior Allison Menzies, the Michigan State divers competed at the 2014 Zone C Diving Championships on Thursday and Friday on the campus of Ohio State. Menzies was joined by Cristee Cordes, Maddie Sewell and Brennan Labar at the regional competition.
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  With two blocks in the first 10 minutes of the Spartans' Big Ten tournament quarterfinal versus Northwestern, Adreian Payne took over the top spot as Michigan State's all-time shot blocker. The record was previously held by Drew Naymick, who had 134 blocks from 2004 to 2008. Payne now has 135.
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Ice Hockey statenews.com —  In a back-and-forth game, MSU prevailed against No. 5 Wisconsin in a 5-4 overtime win at Munn Ice Arena on Friday night. Senior forward Lee Reimer scored the game-winning goal only 46 seconds into overtime. The goal came on a power play, giving MSU a perfect 3-3 night on the power play.



Spartans Top No. 5 Badgers in OT, 5-4 MSUSpartans.com
Lee Reimer's power-play goal 46 seconds into overtime gave the Michigan State hockey team a 5-4 victory over No. 5 Wisconsin on Friday night at Munn Ice Arena. Matt Berry scored twice for the Spartans, while Greg Wolfe had three assists.
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