On Final Four weekend, ESPN is airing a seven minute “SC Featured” video about Michigan State’s 2000 national championship team.
Michigan State great Mateen Cleaves and Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski’s son-in-law are among the commentators who will call the “homer” broadcasts during the Final Four.
Former Spartan star Mateen Cleaves will be joining CBS Sports as a studio analyst for their NCAA tournament coverage on all their television platforms.
Mateen Cleaves and “1 Goal, 1 Passion: Hope for the Holidays” distributed the items Friday afternoon at the Boys & Girls Club of Southeast Michigan, and will give additional packages Saturday.
One thing you can say about former MSU star Mateen Cleaves is that he never forgets where he came from.
By: Mike Stone @stoney16 Mateen Cleaves is best known for leading the Michigan State Spartans to the 2000 NCAA basketball championship,but the former Piston and current Fox Sports Detroit basketball analyst is more than just […]
Mateen Cleaves is still smiling that trademark smile years after the unforgettable National Championship win with Michigan State University.
The former MSU basketball star is the driving force behind an effort to give holiday gift packages to 1,000 families in need.
Tony Dungy had much of his success in football far from his hometown of Jackson, Mich., turning around the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and becoming the first black coach to win a Super Bowl with the Indianapolis Colts.
A lot of people thought MSU would protect their home court on Tuesday night against in-state rival Michigan and they did exactly that and more.