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Football spreaker.com —  Jack talks Michigan State and Big Ten football with Spartans Defensive End, Shilique Calhoun, live from the Big Ten Kickoff Meetings in Chicago.


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Football cdn.stationcaster.com —  Jim Comparoni, of SpartanMag.com, joins Huge from Chicago at the Big Ten Media Days.


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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  Izzo has been telling anyone who would listen the past three years that all Trice needed was a run of time without any injuries, and that would enable Trice to develop into a tremendous player. Last Tuesday in a Moneyball league game at the Aim High facility in Dimondale, Trice stole the ball and exploded off the floor to dunk with ease, and Izzo's vision was there for all to see.
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Volleyball spartanpodcast.com —  Spartan Volleyball‘s two-time defending Big Ten volleyball Defensive Player of the Year Kori Moster and her charismatic coach Cathy George talk with Michigan State University President Lou Anna K. Simon and MSU Vice President and Secretary of the Board of Trustees Bill Beekman.
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Men's Basketball spreaker.com —  Jack and Graham Couch talk MSU hoops with the one-and-only, Jud Heathcote, legendary MSU head basketball coach for 19 seasons from 1976-95.


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Football cdn.stationcaster.com —  Jim Comparoni of SpartanMag.com joins Huge to talk about the 2014 Spartan Football team.


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Football spreaker.com —  Jack talks with MSU's 2013 Jim Thorpe Award winner as the nation's top collegiate DB and a first-round draft pick of the Cincinnati Bengals, Darqueze Dennard.


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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  "I"m a little more optimistic with not only how good we can be,'' Izzo said, "but also, our ability to compete for a championship.'' The way the Spartans' returning players and newcomers have been working have everything to do with Izzo's optimism.
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Men's Basketball freep.com —  The state of Michigan landed two coaches in the Sporting News' top 25 active coaches among the six major sports (NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, college football, college hoops). Michigan State basketball coach Tom Izzo ranks No. 11.

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Men's Soccer spreaker.com —  Jack and Joe Rexrode talk soccer with goalkeeper with league champion Lansing United and MSU junior standout, Zach Bennett.


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Football spreaker.com —  Jack talks with four-star running back from Hubbard High in Northeast Ohio, one of the top-rated players in the state, L.J. Scott, MSU's newest verbal commitment for 2015.


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Misc. cbssports.com —  Ask anyone in East Lansing, an alumnus of the university or someone who knows college sports well: Michigan State is a football school. Yet Tom Izzo remains the face of Spartans athletics. And now Sparty has arguably the most innovative athletic director, Mark Hollis, running the ship. That's why it's no surprise MSU was near the top -- finishing second, in fact -- in the annual CBSSports.com Best in College Sports Award. The school has grown into an athletic power beyond the two revenue-driving sports.
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Men's Basketball tbd.radio.cbssports.com —  “Not being there on a daily basis, you do worry about distractions,” Michigan State coaching legend Tom Izzo said on The Morning Show. “If there’s one thing that changed my job in college, it’s distractions – and distractions can eat anybody alive, especially if you’re in the public eye. I think the more distractions you have, the harder it is to do your job. Some people deal with them better than others, and yet, the guy’s 21 years old, and you got to have a life, too.”
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Men's Basketball detroit.cbslocal.com —  Tom Izzo spoke with The Karsch and Anderson show this morning about MSU hoops, recruiting, and a new project he’s working on to help sports fans get organized. He also spent some time talking about LeBron James and his decision 2.0.
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Men's Basketball coachingsearch.247sports.com —  The issue of balancing athletics and academics has long been an issue for college sports, but Tom Izzo says it all comes down to relationships. As North Carolina goes through an investigation regarding athletes and classes, a group of college basketball coaches joined a panel on ESPN’s Outside The Lines to talk about the big picture Most universities discourage coaches from having direct communication with professors about a player's academic issues. Izzo says that hurts the ability to form relationships and makes it difficult for everyone involved.
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