No. 2 Michigan State Holds Off Purdue, 24-21The Spartans led 21-0 at halftime, but Purdue had the ball near midfield with a chance to tie or take the lead before David Blough threw incomplete on fourth down with about a minute to play in the game.
No. 2 Spartans Beat CMU, 30-10, But Injuries MountingThe Spartans took the field with their highest AP Top 25 ranking since 1966.
Burbridge Leads No. 4 Michigan State Over Air Force, 35-21The Spartans were coming off a big win over Oregon, and Air Force's option isn't easy to prepare for, but the Falcons never mounted much of an upset threat.
Spartans Will Debut 'Mach Speed' Uniforms Vs. Oregon [PHOTOS]The Spartans are set to debut their brand new Nike "Mach Speed" uniforms on Saturday night under the lights against Oregon.
Here's Some Of The Best 'College GameDay' Signs From East LansingComing up with clever posters for ESPN's College GameDay has become a tradition on college campuses around the nation.
This Week In College Football: Overreaction Week Is In Full SwingThe week after Week 1 of college football season is always the time for over the top reactions to the first games, this year is no exception.
Michigan State Tops Western Michigan, 37-24, Sets Sights On OregonThe Spartans set a school record by scoring 30-plus points for the ninth straight game.
This Week In College Football: Opening Weekend Viewing GuideThere's plenty of games to choose from, here's the best to watch in each time slot.
Michigan State Defense Moves On Without NarduzziAfter building one of the nation's most consistently stingy defenses, defensive coordinator Pat Narduzzi finally left for a head coaching job when he was hired by Pittsburgh in December.
Dantonio, Spartans Look To 'Reach Higher' In Coming SeasonMark Dantonio likes what he sees now and loves where his ninth Michigan State football team could finish.
Spartans RB Delton Williams Will Return Following Weapons IncidentCoach Mark Dantonio said Williams has satisfied the expectations of the school's student conduct system, the court and the football program.
NCAA Approves 30-Second Shot Clock In Men's BasketballMen's teams will use a faster shot clock — 30 seconds instead of 35 seconds — and have fewer timeouts, while women's teams will play four 10-minute quarters instead of two 20-minute halves.