Women's Basketball statenews.com —  Consistency. Combine it with talent and great things can happen. But consistency has been one thing he women's basketball team (11-10) as lacked this season. “You see flashes (of how good they can be), and now they have to be consistent,” head coach Suzy Merchant said. “In order to be a player, you have to be night in and night out.”
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Football btn.com —  Michigan State is in the midst of a magical time in its program’s history, winning double-digit games four times in the last five seasons with a Rose Bowl title after the 2013 season.
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Football detroitnews.com —  A week ago, after Michigan State had been beaten up at Maryland, coach Tom Izzo described the performance as inept. It was just one of the words he used to portray the Spartans' 16-point defeat, one that came on the heels of three straight victories.
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Men's Basketball statenews.com —  MSU (13-7 overall, 4-3 Big Ten) put on yet another puzzling performance, this time in a two-point loss to Nebraska. After scoring the game’s first points, the Spartans trailed the rest of the way, as Nebraska’s Terran Petteway and Shavon Shields delivered a one-two punch that MSU just couldn’t handle.
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  Despite the Spartans' recent struggles, the next four games are all eminently winnable. That stretch includes a trip to Rutgers Tuesday, followed by home games against Michigan and Illinois and a trip to Northwestern.
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Football mlive.com —  Michigan State wasn't looking to get out of the third leg of its "Celebrate the State" series with instate Mid-American Conference schools, but when Eastern Michigan came calling last week, Mark Hollis took time to listen. The Spartans' athletic director agreed to let the Eagles out of the remainder of the series contract without the $500,000 buy-out fee after EMU athletic director Heather Lyke informed him her school couldn't play the 2016 game as the contract was written.
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Football mlive.com —  Michigan State football's back-to-back top 5 finishes have many in the Spartans' fan base elated, an epic fourth quarter comeback to win the Cotton Bowl capping off an 11-win season. Michigan State quarterback Connor Cook, however, is feeling the offseason pain of the team's two losses.
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Ice Hockey theonlycolors.com —  The Michigan State Spartans' hockey team was finally able to put a whole weekend together, earning their first sweep of the season over the Ohio State Buckeyes with a 2-0 victory Saturday night. It was a dominating weekend for the Spartans as they controlled play both nights and took advantage of a depleted Ohio State roster to win the weekend 6-1 on goals.
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  Rutgers has already declared a weather emergency, canceling classes between 4 p.m. Monday and 1 p.m. Tuesday. It will update that status after 8:30 a.m. Tuesday. It has not made any announcements about the status of Tuesday's basketball game.
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Women's Basketball msuspartans.com —  Behind four players scoring in double figures, the Michigan State women's basketball team stopped Wisconsin, 77-71, at the Breslin Center on Sunday. For the first time in Big Ten Conference action, four different Spartans broke the 10-point barrier, led by 23 points from sophomore forward Aerial Powers, adding a career-high 18 rebounds for her 16th double-double of the season, which leads the B1G and is tied for the NCAA lead.


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Women's Tennis onlyfans.cstv.com —  The Michigan State women's tennis team fell in a hard-fought battle to the No. 6 California Golden Bears on Sunday, 4-0 in the Spartans' opening action at the ITA Kick-Off Tournament.
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Men's Basketball freep.com —  "It looked like two totally different teams out there," said Trice, who had 15 of his career-high 27 points in the final 4:58. "We can score at will when our back's against the wall," said MSU senior forward Branden Dawson, who had eight points and a career-high-tying 18 rebounds.
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Men's Basketball freep.com —  The Spartans grabbed a season-high 24 offensive rebounds, or 61.5% of their misses, in Saturday's 79-77 loss at Nebraska.
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  Travis Trice and Denzel Valentine might not have been able to step back and consider their second-half efforts in the wake of Michigan State's 79-77 loss at Nebraska Saturday. But when they can, they will see that with a scorching 39 combined points in the final 20 minutes, the Spartans' backcourt duo snapped out of a two-game offensive funk.
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Football freep.com —  When Michigan State football hired Curtis Blackwell as director of college advancement and performance in August 2013 — a new position with a primary purpose of bolstering recruiting — he soon realized it would take time to adjust to a system that already was in place and working.
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Football mlive.com —  Jeremy Langford and Kurtis Drummond didn't play in Saturday's all-star game, but like Tony Lippett they took part in practices and were evaluated.
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Ice Hockey msuspartans.com —  ichigan State's 2-0 victory over Ohio State on Saturday at Munn Arena may not have been the Spartans' best game of the season. But combined with Friday's 4-1 win in the series opener against the Buckeyes, Saturday's success capped MSU's best and most rewarding weekend of the year. The Spartans' first sweep in more than a year could be just what this team needs to set up a successful run in the Big Ten race.
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Football mlive.com —  Michigan State was well-represented in this year's Reese's Senior Bowl - at least during the week of practice. Safety Kurtis Drummond, wide receiver Tony Lippett and running back Jeremy Langford all accepted invitations to play in the annual college all-star game in Mobile, Alabama. But Lippett was the only one of the Spartans to take part in Saturday's game.
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Men's Basketball statenews.com —  It started with a layup from Valentine at the 3:23 mark that trimmed the deficit to 10. The floodgates seemed to open from there.
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Wrestling onlyfans.cstv.com —  The Michigan State wrestling team fell to No. 17 Wisconsin, 34-6, Sunday afternoon at Jenison Field House. Mitch Rogaliner opened the action at 125 pounds with his first career fall in a Big Ten dual.
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