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Has MSU finally found a suitable wide receiver in Aaron Burbridge?
Aaron Burbridge steals Michigan State spotlight with breakout performance | Michigan State Spartans | Detroit Free Press | freep.com
Has MSU finally found their #1 receiver in Aaron Burbridge?
Shaw Lane Spartans | An Offensive Identity Emerges?
MSU's 5/4 wide set with Bell going out for a pass has worked for the Spartans.
Interview With Linebacker Taiwan Jones | Banks Of The Red Cedar
A bit of a self-promotion of an interview we did over at BOTRC with Taiwan Jones before the season began.
Michigan State's Bennie Fowler delivers game-winning TD after losing spot to Aaron Burbridge | MLive.com
Although Fowler has been playing poorly all season, he came up big when the Spartans' needed it most on Saturday.
Kirk Cousins throws touchdown pass, two interceptions in NFL debut with Redskins | MLive.com
Note: It went from good to bad very quickly.
Michigan State's Taiwan Jones earns more playing time, shines while spelling Chris Norman | MLive.com
"The sophomore Jones had four tackles against Indiana, playing most of the second half as coach Mark Dantonio said the senior team captain Norman will be reevaluated."
Dion Sims' injured ankle could put him out of Michigan State lineup awhile | Michigan State Spartans | Detroit Free Press | freep.com
Although Sims' injury initially looked minor, it could put him out of action for longer than we expected.
Joe Rexrode: Michigan State 'D' not living up to great expectations | Michigan State Spartans | Detroit Free Press | freep.com
"If Michigan State's offense and defense were siblings and the media were parents, it would be easier to see how differently they've been treated. Little Ollie (that would be the offense) completed a pass! Aw, isn't that great? Give him a cookie. Little Debbie (the defense -- sorry, must have snacks on the mind) gave up a touchdown? What? Fifty push-ups."
Michigan State defense on giving up 27 first-half points: Indiana 'faster than we thought' | MLive.com
"Before Saturday, the Spartans had given up just five offensive touchdowns. The Hoosiers had three in the first half."