Although it would've have been a lot easier to pull out the victory if the referees had made better calls, it's not right to blame the loss on them.
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While it's never ok to blame a loss on the guys in the black and white stripes, it's ok to say a win would've been a lot easier with the referees making better calls.
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"The Spartans today on Twitter unveiled their uniforms for Friday's Armed Forces Classic against Connecticut at the Ramstein Air Base in Germany."
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Joe Rexrode gives his two (or ten) cents about MSU's loss to Nebraska.
"Michigan State players turned to Twitter to express their frustration on Saturday." Maybe not the best thing to do.
"Entitlement was the theme of the day in the face of the loss. A bunch of players sounded off on twitter because the refs stole the game. What? You know what cost MSU the game? Not stopping the Huskers on 4th and 10 on the final drive. Not being able to run out the clock in the fourth quarter."
Durrell Summers is beginning his journey to the NBA. Hopefully.
"MSU defensive coordinator Pat Narduzzi has't been second-guessed much this season, but after allowing three game-tying or game-winning drives in the fourth quarter of the past three losses, the shine has worn off his star."
Conroy admits to the fact that 17 for 25 shouldn't be his stat line.
"The debate rages on about the penalties that cost Dennard on a pass interference and negated his interception return for a touchdown, leading to another Spartans loss."