Football onlyfans.cstv.com —  The annual Big Ten Football Media Days will be held Monday and Tuesday (July 25-26) at the Hyatt Regency McCormick Place and McCormick Place Convention Center in Chicago.
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Men's Basketball freep.com —  Sports are a never-ending cycle of trying to adapt to the newest most effective strategy, and basketball is a prime example. In the NBA, the three-point shot has gained immense importance and in the NCAA the trend of accepting one-and-done players has branched out from Kentucky to other big schools. That trend found its way to East Lansing for just the second time with Deyonta Davis leaving for the draft following last season, opening up a huge hole down low for the Spartans.
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Football isportsweb.com —  Despite the unexpected departures during the off-season of quality defensive linemen Craig Evans, Damon Knox and Montez Sweat, as well Shilique Calhoun, Lawrence Thomas and Joel Heath graduating, the Spartans should still have one of the best defensive fronts in the Big Ten.
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Football lansingstatejournal.com —  The ancient Greek writer Menander wrote, “He whom the gods love dies young.” It’s the only explanation that makes sense for me right now. Two brilliant, funny former college athletes – whose paths never crossed that I know of – dying before giving the world everything they had to offer. This week has not felt fair.
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Football mlive.com —  As Michigan State gets set to start its preseason camp, its offensive line situation is beginning to take shape. Michigan State released an updated depth chart Monday morning, ahead of Big Ten media days. The biggest change on the new list came on the offensive line, where the Spartans are replacing a trio of starters --- and will likely be doing so with a few changes of position.
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Football onlyfans.cstv.com —  Michigan State junior defensive lineman Malik McDowell has been named to the sixth-annual Big Ten Preseason Players to Watch List, as selected by a media panel attending the conference’s football media days.
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  Denzel Valentine is back in Lansing this week, a place where there are no blind turns. The former Michigan State star, albeit for a short bit, is home again. The thing is, though, Valentine is learning that even the most familiar places can feel different when everything else changes. Not long ago, he was a 22-year old college grad. Now he's an NBA player, preparing for a new life in Chicago and the reality of starting all over.
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Football sbnation.com —  Technically, beating the defending national champion on the road and reaching the College Football Playoff does have an impact on your legacy. But that wasn't quite what I had in mind for Dantonio and his Spartans. Between 1956 and 2012, a span of 57 seasons, Michigan State finished sixth or better in the polls three times. From 1966 to 2012, the Spartans didn't do it at all. They've now done it for three straight seasons.
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