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Branden Dawson is back, but that’s not the only reason the Spartans are topping everyone’s brackets.
The Lansing State Journal Definitely Did Not Mean To Publish This “Jabari Parker Picks Michigan State” Story Just Yet
In a short while, elite small forward Jabari Parker of Simeon Career Academy in Chicago will announce his college choice. Michigan State’s among the finalists – and good news, Spartans fans: a report emerged recently announcing Parker made MSU his pick. There was just one tiny problem…
Not every team’s Midnight Madness celebration was a complete travesty like it was at Syracuse University. Plenty of colleges were able to have fun. But perhaps no team had as much as the Michigan State Spartans, who welcomed their fans to the 2012-13 season with the help of coach Larry Izzo in an Iron Man costume.
While America Watched Michigan Get Demolished By Alabama, Michigan State’s Players Tweeted Gleefully About It
By the end of Michigan’s 41-14 blowout loss to ‘Bama, you were in a depressed mood if you’d gone to the bar in a Denard Robinson jersey. Michigan State, on the other hand, was the opposite of depressed. They were downright giddy, in fact. Their reactions (which have since been taken down) after the jump.
Michigan State center Derrick Nix is a big man – 6-9, 270, to be exact. You don’t want to be on his bad side – not even if you’re an inanimate object. And the basket at today’s Big Ten tournament game between Green’s Spartans and Iowa found that out the hard way.
Sometimes, fans get more into rivalries than the players and coaches actually participating in them. When that happens, fans are left to wonder: are we just getting way too wrapped up in this? And then, you hear what Michigan State coach Tom Izzo said about Michigan, and you forget all those thoughts.
Wisconsin just won the Big 10 championship partly on the strength of a spectacular fourth-and-six conversion late in the game, trailing by five. And who better to bring out the excitement of the moment than Gus Johnson? No one, that’s who.
In An Insane Sequence, Michigan State Scores Touchdown On Lateral, Then Successfully Fakes Extra Point
Michigan State impressively came back from a 21-7 deficit to Wisconsin to take a 29-21 halftime lead over Wisconsin in the Big 10 championship game…but it’s how they scored one of those touchdowns that really stood out.