5 days ago

Recap of Wisconsin game. Player Guests OL Matt Allen and DL Mike Panasiuk
Source: Spartan Sports Network

6 days ago

Wide receiver Cam Chambers is the latest Michigan State football player to enter the NCAA transfer portal, Spartan Tailgate has learned. He is the fifth Spartan player to seek a transfer since the start of the season.

Source: Spartan Tailgate

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6 days ago

MSU got just 30 yards in Saturday’s 38-0 blowout loss at No. 6 Wisconsin, and 20 of those came on a fake punt. That was one week after abandoning the run game in the second half of the Spartans’ 34-10 defeat at No. 4 Ohio State .“We gotta be able to run the ball somewhat…,” Dantonio said Saturday. “We never really got anything going.”

Source: Detroit Free Press

6 days ago

“Is the enemy his own expectations that he set forth?” Keith Nichol said. “Probably.” The former receiver then paused before continuing. “But the fastest way Michigan State gets back to double-digit win seasons, big bowl games, Big Ten championship games, if that is the benchmark there, is if Coach D is still the head coach.

Source: Detroit Free Press

6 days ago

None of the other Spartans landed with the Houston Roughnecks, who took quarterback Connor Cook No. 2 overall in the skill player phase of the draft on Tuesday. A pair of MSU products are linking up with the Dallas Renegades, however, as the franchise selected safety Kurtis Drummond in the fourth round of the defensive back phase and wide receiver Keith Mumphery in the first round of the open phase when all players were available.

Source: Spartan Tailgate

7 days ago

Lansing State Journal sports columnist and Detroit Free Press Michigan State beat writer Graham Couch didn’t see any jumping around from Spartan players or fans after the football team was dealt a 38-0 road loss to Wisconsin on Saturday afternoon.

1 week ago

The Michigan State football team is reeling coming off of two blowout losses to Ohio State and Wisconsin before entering this week’s bye week. Sitting at 4-3, a shot at playing in the Big Ten Championship Game seems unrealistic. But, with five games left, there is still enough time to turn what’s quickly turning into a disappointing season into a successful year.

Source: The State News

1 week ago

Following a 38-0 loss at Wisconsin on Saturday, Mark Dantonio was asked if there were any positives he could take away from the game. “It’s a good time for a bye week,” the Michigan State coach said. “There’s a positive.” The Spartans (4-3, 2-2 Big Ten) are coming off back-to-back lopsided losses on the road to a pair of top-10 teams. A 34-10 defeat at Ohio State was followed by a thorough thumping on both sides of the ball against the Badgers.

Source: mlive.com

1 week ago

Connor Cook became Michigan State’s highest-drafted quarterback since Earl Morrall on Tuesday when the Houston Roughnecks selected him with the No. 2 skill position pick in the inaugural draft of the rebooted XFL.

Source: Spartan Tailgate

1 week ago

Michigan State’s 2019 football season has left much to be desired, but the 2020 recruiting season continues to roll on and Michigan State and Mark Dantonio have landed the commitment of 3-star running back Jordon Simmons out of Powder Springs, Georgia’s McEachern High School.

Source: Spartans Wire

1 week ago

Weston Bridges carried the ball 16 times for 53 yards in six games last season before being moved to wide receiver this season in preseason camp.

Source: Detroit News

1 week ago

The Big Ten Conference announced on Monday that the Michigan State-Penn State game in Spartan Stadium on Saturday, Oct. 26 will kick off at 3:30 p.m. The game will be televised on ABC.

Source: Michigan State University Athletics

1 week ago

After beginning the season with conference championship aspirations and expectations, the Spartans have stumbled and bumbled out of the blocks en route to a 4-3 record as they hit the bye week.

Source: Spartans Wire

1 week ago

1 week ago

Dantonio’s 13th season becoming more and more cursed, with Saturday’s 38-0 defeat at No. 6 Wisconsin just the second shutout loss of his tenure. He passed Duffy Daugherty to become MSU’s all-time winningest coach on Sept. 21, what for decades seemed an impossible mark for anyone to reach. But the links to the Spartans’ past glory are quickly looking more and more like the end of Daugherty’s reign.

Source: Detroit Free Press

1 week ago

It was just the second shutout of the Spartans (4-3, 2-2 Big Ten) in Dantonio’s 13 seasons at MSU and the first in a conference game. The only other was a 38-0 loss to Alabama in the College Football Playoff semifinal on Dec. 31, 2015.But the manner in which the Spartans got bullied and bashed by Wisconsin (6-0, 3-0) made it one of the toughest and most thorough beatdowns of Dantonio’s tenure. Because MSU had done it to so many opponents the past 10 years.

Source: Detroit Free Press

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1 week ago

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Michigan State embarrassed by Wisconsin, 38-0; just second shutout under Dantonio Detroit Free Press
Michigan State football looked like it was sleepwalking Saturday inside Camp Randall Stadium. Maybe it was the cold, gray, windy day. Or the recent players leaving for the NCAA transfer portal. Or last week’s beatdown at Ohio State. And maybe it had something to do with No. 8 Wisconsin being dynamic on defense and overwhelming on offense. Because the Badgers certainly are and showed it in a 38-0 victory.

Mashed in Madison: No. 8 Badgers trounce Spartans Detroit News
For the second straight week, Michigan State had no answers. After getting trounced last week by Ohio State, the Spartans capped their back-to-back games against top-10 teams by getting run up and down the field by No. 8 Wisconsin on Saturday as the Badgers cruised to a 38-0 victory in front of 80,470 at Camp Randall Stadium.

Michigan State loses to Wisconsin 38-0: Game Recap Spartans Wire
Michigan State lost to Wisconsin 38-0 today. This loss was absolutely devastating. The Badgers move on to 6-0 on the season whereas the Spartans are now 4-3. This will certainly bump MSU down in the Big Ten rankings.

Spartans add third loss to record leaving Madison scoreless State News
Michigan State’s nationally ranked defense was put to the test today against No. 8 Wisconsin. The Spartans were left in the dust at 38-0, as they were unable to stop the Badgers’ deadly offense. “If you look at it and you say ‘how did we use to play?’,” MSU Coach Mark Dantonio said. “We used to play like Wisconsin.”

No. 8 Wisconsin hammers Michigan State 38-0 MLive.com
For the second straight week, Michigan State played on the road against a top-10 team. And for the second straight week, the Spartans headed home with a lopsided loss. Michigan State (4-3, 2-2 Big Ten) followed a 34-10 loss at Ohio State with a 38-0 defeat at No. 8 Wisconsin (6-0, 3-0 Big Ten) on Saturday. The Badgers jumped out to a 17-0 lead in the first half and cruised to the win in front of 80,470 at Camp Randall Stadium.

MSU shut out by Wisconsin in humbling defeat Spartan Tailgate
Michigan State limited Wisconsin All-American running back better than anybody has this season, yet it didn’t matter. The Spartans melted down in nearly every other area Saturday to render that small victory irrelevant.

Michigan State Falls At No. 8 Wisconsin Michigan State Athletics
Michigan State football lost at No. 8 Wisconsin, 38-0, Saturday afternoon at a cold, windy and rainy Camp Randall Stadium. MSU is now 4-3 overall and 2-2 in Big Ten Conference action after playing back-to-back teams ranked in the Top 10. Wisconsin improves to 6-0 overall, 3-0 in B1G play.

2 weeks ago

Points spreads may indicate one thing and the experts might say another, but if history is any sort of guide, don’t expect Michigan State’s matchup Saturday with Wisconsin to be over by halftime.A close game at the half would, alone, be a break from the norm this season for the No. 8-ranked Badgers, who have led after the first 30 minutes by a combined score of 135-3 this season through five games.

Source: Detroit News

2 weeks ago

Mike Tressel expects Wisconsin’s big offensive line and star running back Jonathan Taylor to test Michigan State football’s depth on its front seven.But will the Spartans be down a man at an already thin spot? Jacub Panasiuk did not return Saturday after he was helped by trainers to the sideline and medical tent with 11:44 left in a 34-10 loss to No. 4 Ohio State. The junior defensive end grabbed his right hip immediately after a tackle

Source: Detroit Free Press

2 weeks ago

After being thoroughly beaten by the Ohio State Buckeyes last week, Michigan State has another tough road test this weekend. The Spartans travel to Madison to play the Wisconsin Badgers on Saturday afternoon, and yes, it is homecoming for the Badgers, so that’s fun. Kickoff is set for 3:30 p.m.

Source: The Only Colors

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