Men's Basketball spartansportsnetwork.com —  Recap of Michigan and Purdue games, preview of Indiana. Special guest Senior Guard Brynn Forbes
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Football mlive.com —  Michigan State's defense will be adding a potentially dynamic playmaker in 2016 in the form of Drake Martinez, but the Spartans aren't yet sure how or where they'll use him. "I'm excited to see Drake this year, he will have a role, he will have a role, there's no doubt about it," MSU co-defensive coordinator Mike Tressel said last week. "I still can't tell you what, exactly, it's going to be.
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Women's Golf onlyfans.cstv.com —  The No. 23 Michigan State women’s golf team began the spring season on Sunday by carding a 309 in the first round of the Regional Challenge at the Palos Verdes Golf Club.
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Men's Basketball freep.com —  In a season where there has already been a record-tying five No. 1 teams, Michigan State basketball has shown they have the ability to beat anyone. Unlike past seasons, the Spartans aren't struggling with collecting signature wins as they start prepare for for yet another deep run in March. This is just second time since 1991-92 that the Spartans have rolled through their non-conference schedule undefeated. And they handled some of the better teams in the country.
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Football freep.com —  When Bennie Fowler checked his cell phone not long after Super Bowl 50 ended, the Denver Broncos receiver had some 300 unanswered text messages. "I’m not answering any of them," Fowler said. "I can’t. There’s too many."
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Football detroitnews.com —  Bennie Fowler is now the owner of invaluable memorabilia from Super Bowl history, and he plans to give what might be the last completed pass of Peyton Manning’s career to his mother.
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Football mlive.com —  Fowler's catch represented the only scoring catch in the Super Bowl, and it might end up being the final pass of Manning's NFL Hall of Fame career. Many believe the five-time league MVP is likely going to retire. It was also the first official scoring pass of Fowler's career, as his preseason touchdown catch does not register in NFL statistics.
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  Carlton Valentine won two state titles as a head coach at Lansing Sexton and raised two Division 1 basketball players after a professional basketball career of his own. He can recognize a game-changing play when he sees one. And after Saturday's 89-73 Michigan State win over Michigan, Valentine was gushing about a play by Spartans senior forward Matt Costello.
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Women's Basketball elkharttruth.com —  Akyah Taylor is ending her college basketball career at the same place it began. But Taylor certainly didn’t have a smooth four-year run. In between her freshman and senior seasons at Michigan State she played two years at Saint Francis in Fort Wayne, where the Cougars won the 2014 NAIA Division II national title.
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Women's Basketball onlyfans.cstv.com —  Aerial Powers scored 25 points and had a key steal and two free throws in the closing seconds, Tori Jankoska hit four free throws in the final 23 seconds and No. 17 Michigan State held off Iowa 74-69 on Sunday.



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Ice Hockey statenews.com —  The Spartans celebrated as if they they had won an NCAA title, piling on top of each other on the boards adjacent to the Spartan bench. But they still had won a trophy: a 50-pound metal trophy called The Iron D. MSU laid claim to the newly inaugurated trophy in the hotly contested Duel in the D matchup. That harrowing effort was followed up with a 4-1 loss at the hands of U-M on Saturday. The Iron D might be the only trophy the MSU hockey team will have to show for their losing season.
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Men's Basketball spartanavenue.com —  Michigan State had just dropped its third straight game and the panic from the fan base was evident. The angry mob was roaming East Lansing, with pitchforks, looking for answers. People were jumping off the bandwagon at an alarming rate, some even preparing for the NIT. Yes, a team that was 16-4 was being called out for being “bad”, “terrible” and “pathetic” despite starting the year 16-1.
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Men's Basketball lansingstatejournal.com —  The Lansing State Journal's Graham Couch and Chris Solari, Detroit Free Press / LSJ MSU beat writer Joe Rexrode and Free Press columnist Shawn Windsor analyze the Spartans' win Saturday in Ann Arbor.
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Men's Basketball freep.com —  Valentine has become easy to take for granted. Somehow even after an 89-73 win at Michigan. Perhaps not by his teammates or coaches. Certainly not by opponents. But to folks like you and me, experiencing Valentine only through observation — it wouldn’t hurt to now and then remind ourselves we’re watching something extraordinary. Part of Valentine’s legacy ought to be just that — that he’s turned the extraordinary into ordinary. Not since Magic 37 years ago has MSU seen a player with such a complete game.
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Men's Basketball onlyfans.cstv.com —  Tenth-ranked Michigan State’s emotional investment in the passion-stirring rivalry, expedited by a bullish 29-point performance by another senior, Bryn Forbes, paid handsome dividends in the form of an 89-73 victory. It was the only game scheduled between the teams this season.
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Men's Basketball detroitnews.com —  Last week, as Michigan State was busy rolling over Northwestern behind a big night from freshmen Deyonta Davis and Matt McQuaid, coach Tom Izzo was grateful. He was glad to see his young players start to emerge, but in the next breath he issued a reminder of what it would take for Michigan State to be a great team. “Freshmen are great,” he said, “but we need our seniors.”
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  To start the game on Saturday at Crisler Center, Michigan State picked up right where it left off from behind the arc. The Spartans took 3-pointers on five of their first eight shots, and hit all five of them. The fifth put them up by 10 points less than seven minutes into the game, and helped set the tone in a 89-73 win over Michigan. But, as always, Tom Izzo was still concerned about something.
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  Bryn Forbes made as many 3-point shots in the first 2 1/2 minutes of Saturday's game at Crisler Center -- two -- as he did the first two games he played on Michigan's home court. And the Lansing product was a long way from being finished. Forbes poured in a game-high 29 points in leading No. 10 Michigan State to an 89-73 victory over the rival Wolverines before a sellout-crowd of 12,707.
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Men's Basketball freep.com —  Michigan State was on fire again from three, so Tom Izzo made sure to do something else to start the second half Saturday at Michigan. Matt Costello hit a hook shot. Then Denzel Valentine hit Costello for a layup. No. 10 MSU’s third basket of the half in its 89-73 rout was Costello, spinning around Mark Donnal for a dunk. Its fourth basket was a Kenny Goins hook shot over Zak Irvin. This was Izzo making sure to pair his aerial assault with an effective ground game, or some such analogy.
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Football mlive.com —  Michigan State's offensive line is a work in progress this offseason, and incoming midterm enrollee Thiyo Lukusa is certainly no exception. The Spartans signed four offensive linemen in the 2016 class, with Matt Allen, Luke Campbell and AJ Arcuri set to join Lukusa in the meeting room in June, after their high school graduations. Lukusa said he'll do what he can to get ready to play this season -- he's been practicing snapping the ball -- but he knows he has a lot of work ahead of him.
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