Linebacker Max Bullough, the former Michigan State star, showed up but repeatedly refused to answer questions about his Rose Bowl suspension, choosing instead to say NFL teams already knew the answer.
After getting suspended and missing the Rose Bowl, Michigan State senior linebacker Max Bullough will play in one more non-NFL after all.
Hundreds of folks sporting green and white are making their way to watch the MSU Spartans play in the Rose Bowl on New Years Day.
Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio declined to give any details about the suspension of starting linebacker Max Bullough when the Spartans joined Stanford at Disneyland on Thursday to kick off their week of Rose Bowl preparations.
However, Spartans coach Mark Dantonio did not say what rules the two-time team captain violated.
What a beat down. The Michigan State defense was superb—they held Michigan without a touchdown in the Battle for the Paul Bunyan trophy and virtually guaranteeing them a second spot in the Big Ten Championship game.
Michigan always expected to defeat Michigan State. It still does, but that is not so easy anymore.
When Max Bullough was growing up, he’d occasionally ask his grandfather about Michigan State’s decades-old rivalry with Michigan.
Michigan quarterback Devin Gardner, Michigan offensive tackle Taylor Lewan and Michigan State linebacker Max Bullough all made the cut.
Denard Robinson, quarterback, Michigan – Although his consistency as a passer remains in question, Robinson is nonetheless a tremendous playmaker.