The State News : Quarterback Keith Nichol's performance not up to expectation
. . . and I'm *sure* that this column will help the situation.
Lake The Posts - Northwestern Football Blog: Midterm Monday
Half-season recap of Saturday's opponent.
Madness begins soon for MSU hoops | Detroit Free Press | Freep.com
Summers didn't know the ball went through the hoop on "The Dunk."
MSU leads for '11 MI SG Brandan Kearney - The Only Colors
I'm allowed to link to stuff from our own FanPosts, right? MSU apparently the leader for a big-time Detroit Southeastern recruit.
Staudt on Sunday: Izzo has long had goal to fill seats for Midnight Madness | lansingstatejournal.com | Lansing State Journal
"Tom Izzo has at least two more stated goals as Michigan State’s men’s basketball coach. He wants to win a second national title and he wants to fill the Breslin Center for the first time for Midnight Madness." Annnnd, I can only hope that these goals aren't exactly on par with each other.
Checking in with The Only Colors- Michigan St. preview - The Slipper Still Fits
Our own KJ talks with the premier Gonzaga blog about Your Spartans. The Zags come to the Breslin on November 17.
Grant Earns CCHA Rookie Honor - MICHIGAN STATE OFFICIAL ATHLETIC SITE
Hey, the hockey team might suck, uh, slightly less this year.
Tiger Bait: A Florida Fan's 24 Hours in Baton Rouge - SB Nation
And to think that for our 7pm game next week, the parking lots -- including the infamous tennis courts -- won't open until 1pm. Shame.
Purdue stung, but not surprised, by stumbles | StarTribune.com
Be glad you're not a Purdue fan presently. This is unreal:
Purdue coach Danny Hope didn't anticipate a rosy outcome Saturday, despite his team's early success. [. . .]
"The way things have been going all year long, I never get comfortable," Hope said. "We've done that before and then made some mistakes and lost. ... [Leading by] a couple of scores doesn't provide any kind of comfort zone." [ . . . ]
Quarterback Joey Elliott, who threw for 299 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions and also rushed for 49 more, blamed his receivers for failing to make more plays.
"Every single receiver tells you they're open every time, right?" Elliott said after the game. "Once they catch the ball, they've got to be able to secure it and make big plays with it. You can't be playing tentative and scared once you catch the ball."