Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh liked what he saw Saturday from junior quarterback Shane Morris.
Michigan State University is inviting students and other fans of the school’s basketball team to view the Spartans NCAA Final Four semifinal against Duke at the Breslin Center.
The prosperity of the two programs is a source of pride for Izzo, whose love of football has helped shape his approach to basketball — and the way he tries to promote Michigan State.
It wasn’t the first time Izzo had made his distaste for Twitter clear. He says he doesn’t worry much about what his players tweet. He’s more concerned about what they might read.
If the Sparty’s find a way to make history on Monday night in Indy .
When the Spartans made the Final Four we knew we had to go, says Spartan fan Drew Mann.
Izzo told WWJ’s Jon Hewett the team just finished two good days of practice before hitting the road ‘on a mission.’
Of all the Final Four runs the Michigan State Spartans have made with head coach Tom Izzo, this one might be the most improbable.
“There is a true love for one another,” Izzo said Tuesday, “and that is a powerful, powerful thing.”
A trio of one-seeds comprise three-quarters of the Final Four this season. As a seven-seed, Michigan State is the outlier.