Michigan State's William Gholston can hardly contain himself when it comes to rival Michigan | MLive.com
After attempting to sever Denard's head, this doesn't come as much of a surprise.
MSU Vs. U of M Poem Preview | Banks Of The Red Cedar
I would call this poem a tragicomedy.
Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio going sleepless in East Lansing | Michigan State Spartans | Detroit Free Press | freep.com
Dantonio doesn't regret his decisions on fourth down Saturday against Iowa, but blames it on other things.
"Based on the non-student crowd at the beginning of Saturday’s game against Iowa, the fans hadn’t given up on the football. But the 19-16 double-overtime loss might have done it. (The students are a whole other story.)"
Jordan Kovacs, obviously, respects the way MSU played last year, and hopes to do that against MSU this year.
"You never will hear Dantonio come out and declare he hates Michigan. It's simply out of his character to say something like that publicly or so straightforward. But it's hard to ignore everything that has happened, particularly since 2007 when he became the Spartans coach."
This injury is a lot worse than we all thought it was.
"That's something that you look at and you would savor later in your life,"
"The public knows William Gholston as a large, menacing football player for Michigan State. His mother knows him as a 'thoughtful, considerate kid' who's also a practical jokester and loving father."
"After back-to-back 11-win seasons, this wasn't the start Michigan State had in mind." Nope. It sure was not.
MSU has yet to allow a star performance from Denard Robinson, and this year should be no exception.