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Football mlive.com —  Michigan State senior defensive end Marcus Rush was like a caged tiger during Monday's opening press conference for spring practice in the Duffy Daughterty Football Building. Rush appreciates the Spartans 2013 Rose Bowl season as much as anyone, but after 15 minutes of media interviews he made it clear he is ready to move on and stop reflecting on last season.
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Football mlive.com —  The bookends are set on the Michigan State defensive line, but there are an encyclopedic amount of possibilities in the interior line and the two-deep. Spartans defensive coordinator Pat Narduzzi says it all starts up front for his nationally acclaimed defense, which has ranked in the top 6 in the country the past three seasons.
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Football mlive.com —  Michigan State has the best returning duo of defensive ends, according to an ESPN.com article that takes a look at the defensive lines in the Big Ten heading into the start of spring football drills.
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Football spartansportsnetwork.com —  Pat Narduzzi, Marcus Rush and Denicos Allen talk about what it's going to be like playing without Max Bullough
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Football spartansportsnetwork.com —  Shilique Calhoun, Marcus Rush, Isaiah Lewis and Denicos Allen talk about the size of Stanford and its offense
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Football freep.com —  They are nearly three weeks removed from a 34-24 win over the Buckeyes on Dec. 7 that earned the program its first Rose Bowl in 26 years. They are still engulfed in the resulting satisfaction and outside appreciation. “Everyone’s pretty much high on life right now,” junior defensive end Marcus Rush said, and that might be the biggest challenge facing MSU coaches.
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Football spartannation.com —  For every superstar in the spotlight, there are two or three more in the background making it all possible. One such player on the dominant Michigan State defense is Marcus Rush. A three-year starter at defensive end, Rush does not receive a lot of attention, but the junior is a critical cog in the Spartan machine.
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Football mlive.com —  Michigan State junior defensive end Marcus Rush is one of only two Big Ten players on the Pre-Season Watch List for the 2013 Ted Hendricks Award. Discuss »
Football detroitnews.com —  Three Michigan State players — linebacker Max Bullough, cornerback Darqueze Dennard and defensive end Marcus Rush — were named to the watch list for the Bronko Nagurski Trophy, for the nation’s most outstanding defensive player.
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Football mlive.com —  The spring football season begins in earnest for Michigan State today with the start of contact drills. Some players, like Spartans' defensive end Marcus Rush (6-foot-2, 250 pounds), took to Twitter late Thursday night to show their excitement. Rush's Twitter update said: "Pads are put on tomorrow #realfootball #finally'' Discuss »
Football spartannation.com —  A promising two years lie ahead for Marcus Rush, a sophomore who has already started at defensive end for two years. After a solid freshman campaign, Rush worked to build on his early success. In the process, the Cincinnati native developed leadership qualities and became more consistent. Discuss »
Football mlive.com —  Rush, a redshirt sophomore from Cincinnati who has 23 tackles and a sack this season, was once a Michigan recruit. He made multiple trips to Ann Arbor, but ultimately did not develop a deep connection with Wolverines coaches. Discuss »
Football freep.com —  Free Press sports writer Joe Rexrode offers three surprises to expect this season: Discuss »
Football cbssports.com —  Michigan State lost the Big Ten championship game a year after finishing deadlocked atop the standings with Ohio State and Wisconsin and missing a BCS berth on a tiebreaker. However, the Spartans return one of the top defenses in the league and plenty of talent on an unproven offense. If certain players emerge, the team could earn a league title and first trip to the Rose Bowl since 1988. Discuss »
Football msuspartans.com —  The biggest source of new contributions will likely come from the talented red-shirt freshman class, who had to wait their turn in 2011. And sitting on the sidelines is not something they're accustomed to. Discuss »