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Michigan State handily defeated Florida State last night, 65-49, delighting the East Lansing home crowd. One moment during the first half, though, proved far less delightful: during one early timeout, MSU cheerleader Taylor Young took a nasty fall.
The much hyped Carrier Classic (so named, of course, because it’s on an aircraft carrier) between UNC and Michigan State is tonight. Among those in attendance will be President Barack Obama. For some players, this might be nerve-racking. For others…not so much.
Wow. There goes Wisconsin’s unbeaten season, in pretty much the most dramatic way possible – and one of the most dramatic instant replay results we’ve ever heard. Michigan State just beat Wisconsin on a game-ending Hail Mary…that was confirmed by instant replay. Video after the jump.
These things are jarring, and that’s the point.
Although none of Nike’s new Pro Combat uniforms for LSU, Ohio State, Stanford, Michigan State, Army, or Navy will be as polarizing as Maryland’s half-red, half-white, all-crazy Under Armour uni’s were, they will still get people talking. Photos, after the jump.
The aircraft carrier that carried Osama Bin Laden’s body to his burial at sea will most likely play host to a Michigan State-North Carolina basketball game on Veterans Day.
A while back, ESPN’s Doug Gottlieb greatly irritated former Atlanta Falcons head coach Jim Mora Jr. during an interview. Apparently, Michigan State basketball coach Tom Izzo has heard about enough from Gottlieb, too.
North Carolina basketball coach Roy Williams today announced that his team has every intention of heading out to San Diego this November and playing Michigan State – on a docked aircraft carrier. This would be fantastic.
After a certain point in yesterday’s Capital One Bowl (a 49-7 Alabama win over Michigan State), it was understandable that Michigan State might have been a bit in awe of the Crimson Tide. Was it understandable to be THIS amazed? You make the call.
In the second quarter of Alabama’s decimation of MSU, Crimson Tide running back Mark Ingram broke five tackles on one play, and as ESPN’s announcing team pointed out, reminded people why he was the Heisman trophy winner last year.