22 mins ago

When it comes to the NFL Draft, beauty is certainly in the eye of the beholder. While some teams might covet one player, others could look at the same prospect and have a vastly different view. Which view is correct probably won’t truly reveal itself for at least a couple years.

Source: Detroit News

24 mins ago

The successful and exciting 2018/2019 season is in the rearview mirror for MSU basketball. Tom Izzo and his team provided us with numerous championships, a Final Four berth and countless memories that will be cherished for a long long time. But as sports fans love to say after one season has ended “there is always next year”.

Source: The Only Colors

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37 mins ago

Michigan State football’s draft streak is at 78 years, including all 51 of them since the NFL-AFL merger. Brian Allen extended that streak last year when the Los Angeles Rams took the center in the fourth round. Justin Layne and Khari Willis are most likely to keep it going. And the Spartans’ two former secondary stars are making late surges up draft boards.

Source: Detroit Free Press

39 mins ago

Two of the most coveted transfers in college basketball are reportedly set to take a visit to East Lansing. Marquette transfers Joey and Sam Hauser plan to visit Michigan State as they search for their next school to attend, according to a Tuesday report from CBS Sports. The two will also visit Wisconsin, Virginia, and Iowa, according to the report.

Source: mlive.com

47 mins ago

After the respective decisions of Cassius Winston and Nick Ward, the picture of Michigan State’s roster in 2019-20 becomes clearer. The Spartans are widely viewed as either the No. 1 or No. 2 team in the country moving into next season.

Source: Spartan Tailgate

10 hours ago

Joe Bachie did not take long to make up his mind. The captain’s choice to return to Michigan State football for his senior year was a matter of unfinished business. And Bachie for the third straight year will be the nerve center at middle linebacker for one of the nation’s best defenses.

Source: Detroit Free Press

10 hours ago

From the “Incredible Bulk,” to the “Incredible Bust,” Tony Mandarich is the poster child for the biggest miss of any can’t-miss in the history of the NFL Draft. To John Miller, Mandarich is still the same guy that summoned the freshman defensive back over to his table at Michigan State’s first team meal.

Source: Detroit News

10 hours ago

Matt McQuaid and Kenny Goins remember the reaction they had as kids when they met someone “famous.”The eyes lit up and people started whispering. Both of them got that treatment all day long Monday in Manton when they talked to students Monday at Manton in a pair of assemblies and then put on a pair of basketball clinics with Rangers’ boys basketball coach Ryan Hiller.

Source: cadillacnews.com

10 hours ago

ESPN NFL Draft analysts Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay agree the best time to take a cornerback in this year’s class is between the middle of the first round and end of the third. That’s the range both expect to see Michigan State’s Justin Layne taken off the board.

Source: Spartan Tailgate

1 day ago

Henry displayed rare athleticism throughout his freshman year, the kind that makes it difficult to picture him spending four years in East Lansing. Once his skill level catches up, the NBA will be desperate to gets its hands on him. For now, Henry said, “I can’t wait to go back to war with these guys in the fall.”

Source: Spartan Tailgate

1 day ago

Kenny Willekes emerged as an All-American. Raequan Williams and Mike Panasiuk formed an impenetrable wall up the middle. Michigan State football’s defensive line became the nation’s best run-stopping defense.

Source: Detroit Free Press

1 day ago

“I’m enjoying it here. I’m enjoying being a Spartan. I’m just enjoying this,” he continued. “I want to win a championship. I want to do that on each and every level. When I leave my mark on Michigan State, I want to be known as a winner. And you can’t do that without that last piece.” Without explicitly saying it, by stating his mission, Winston declared his intent to return.

Source: Detroit Free Press

1 day ago

LJ Scott missed most of his senior season due to injury and that resulted in Heyward getting the bulk of the touches. It also meant the most carries of his life while focusing on one position. “I was used to playing defense, offense, special teams, but my role kind of had to change,” Heyward said, “and that’s what kind of happens when you’re going to the next level.”

Source: mlive.com

2 days ago

Almost a decade after degenerative knee pain and multiple surgeries forced Delvon Roe to prematurely end his once-promising basketball career, the former Michigan State big man has become an NBA veteran after all. Well, sort of. Roe plays the role of Dante, an NBA veteran for the fictional Los Angeles Vipers and one of the lead character’s best friends.

Source: Lansing State Journal

2 days ago

Cassius Winston’s legacy stock is up. Way up. His NBA prospects determine future financial stocks, but his pro career can only enhance his Michigan State legacy. That was secured once he announced on Friday his senior year return for another NCAA title shot. He has a chance to join a pantheon of Magic, Mateen, and Cassius.

Source: Shanahan.Report

4 days ago

Cassius Winston has announced his decision to return to Michigan State for his senior season. The junior guard was a consensus second-team All-American, earning first-team honors from The Sporting News and the Associated Press.

Source: Michigan State Official Athletic Site

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4 days ago

Nick Ward (Gahanna, Ohio/Lincoln) will submit his name for the 2019 NBA Draft. He will sign with an agent and plans to end his Michigan State career. “After talking things over with my parents and Coach Izzo and the staff at Michigan State, I’ve decided to take the next step in my career and enter my name for the NBA draft,” said Ward

Source: Michigan State Official Athletic Site

4 days ago

We talk about the year MSU had and grade every player’s performance. We also address the transfer rumors and Rocket’s Letter of Intent.

4 days ago

Thompson, a Detroit Martin Luther King Jr. High School product, was an early enrollee in Michigan State’s 2015 recruiting class. He took a redshirt as a true freshman, played mostly on special teams the following year and then logged 112 snaps in 2017. After Chris Frey graduated, Thompson beat out Brandon Bouyer-Randle for the starting strong-side linebacker spot last season.

Source: mlive.com

4 days ago

For the second straight year, Taro Hirose was voted the Ron Mason Team MVP and Outstanding Offensive Player. Hirose, who was a First Team All-American, Hobey Baker Award Finalist and the Big Ten Player of the Year, tied for the national lead in points this season with 50. He was also the Big Ten scoring champion with 34 points in 24 league games.

Source: Michigan State University Athletics

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