Michigan State Football
The vaunted Michigan State defense delivers plenty of hits. Saturday it took one.
Michigan State might be one of the only teams in the country that, two games into the schedule, still has four contenders for the starting spot.
Many college basketball players attend football games to support their fellow athletes. The Michigan State team took it a step farther
If the Spartans offense can pull it together, it could be an impressive season.
Looking outside of the SEC, ESPN’s Football Outsiders named Michigan State as a long shot to play in the year’s final game.
Mark Weisman ran for 116 yards and scored a tying touchdown in the final minute of regulation, and Iowa went on to beat Michigan State 19-16 in double overtime Saturday.
Trustees on Friday approved plans to add a two-story building to Spartan Stadium.
Losing the final game is tough for any team, especially one that’s had the type of success that led 12th-ranked Michigan State and No. 18 Georgia to the Outback Bowl.
If MSU knock off the Cornhuskers (6-1, 2-1), it would mark the first time Michigan State has taken down a ranked opponent in three straight games.
The Spartans (3-1) bounced back from last weekend’s loss at Notre Dame, taking advantage of four Central Michigan turnovers.