Football freep.com —  We’ve seen Darqueze Dennard intercept passes and bat them away, become Michigan State’s first Thorpe Award winner, help MSU beat Stanford in the Rose Bowl just two days after suffering a severe ankle sprain (that was a Sunday revelation), and grow from an astonishingly shy freshman to a team leader and spokesman as a senior. Never, though, had we in the public, outside the MSU locker room, seen Dennard cry.
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Football detroitnews.com —  The Spartans have the luxury of plenty of returning talent, especially on offense, but there are definite holes to fill. Most of those are on defense, but three starters also are being replaced on the offensive line.
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Football lansingstatejournal.com —  MSU’s next big thing is a $24 million in-progress north end zone construction project that those inside the program feel will be a game-changer for recruiting in all sports. School officials gave the first glimpses of the expansion, which Deputy Athletics Director Greg Ianni said is expected to be completed in late July in most spots and early August in others.
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Football freep.com —  One of the loudest toys unveiled by Michigan State in Saturday's spring game was Demetrius Cooper, a 6-foot-5, 240-pound, quarterback-popping redshirt freshman defensive end.
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Men's Golf msuspartans.com —  Michigan State men's golf head coach Casey Lubahn announced today that former Spartan Dan Ellis has been named the program's new assistant coach. Ellis, who graduated from MSU in 2013, spent this past season as an assistant coach at Coastal Carolina University.
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Women's Rowing msuspartans.com —  Like most hockey fans, all Sara Sherman wanted to do was watch the Olympic gold medal game between the U.S. and Canada. It was Feb. 28, 2010, and every time she asked to put the game on TV, doctors in her hospital room said no. Little did she know that not being able to watch the hockey game would be only the first of many barriers she'd have to accept, then battle through.
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Misc. blogtalkradio.com —  Satchmo and DB discuss the state of the Spartan football team, progress made during spring practice and the spring game, expectations for next season, the outlook for the Michigan State basketball team.
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Football mlive.com —  Pat Narduzzi revealed at Sunday's team banquet that Dennard suffered a severely sprained ankle two days before the Spartans' 24-20 victory against Stanford in the 100th Rose Bowl Classic on Jan. 1. "He goes full-go every single day in practice, twists his left ankle two days before the Rose Bowl,'' Narduzzi said. "We kept that quiet, and you wouldn't even know it.''
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Football mlive.com —  Michigan State has beat the rest of the nation to the punch on Martell Pettaway, offering a scholarship to the No. 1-ranked recruit in the Class of 2016 in the Great Lakes State. Pettaway, 5-foot-10 and 205 pounds, will be entering into his junior season at South Lake High School in St. Clair Shores. According to 247Sports, Pettaway is the No. 6 tailback in the nation in the Class of 2016 and the No. 106 player overall.
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Football freep.com —  Of course it came down to defense, and to the man who replaced Michigan State's defensive quarterback. Fourth-and-1? The Rose Bowl on the line? The beefiest team in college football in your way? Would you want it any other way?
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Football btn.com —  Michigan State fans from across the nation traveled to see their beloved Spartans play in the 100th Rose Bowl Game on Wednesday. But once the clock hit 0:00 and the scoreboard read 24-20 in favor of MSU, there wasn’t anyone with a bigger smile across his face than former Spartan quarterback Kirk Cousins.
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Men's Basketball freep.com —  Things worked out for MSU on Tuesday in State College, Pa., and Los Angeles. The No.5 Spartans dominated the second half with an estimated 27,000 MSU fans watching at a Los Angeles pep rally, winning 79-63 to improve to 12-1 and set up a big one on the road.
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Football freep.com —  You can welcome home the Michigan State Spartans after their Rose Bowl victory today on the East Lansing campus. Fans can gather at the Skandalaris Football Center, where the team is scheduled to arrive at around 7:40 tonight. If you go, make sure you dress appropriately. Temperatures are expected to dip into single digits.
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