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No matter how bad Kearney's shooting is, he won't be Russell Byrd.
Versatile Brandan Kearney fits into Michigan State's rotation despite shooting woes | MLive.com
If Kearney ever wonders about his shooting woes, he should just think "Hey, at least I'm not Russell Byrd."
Michigan State football coach Mark Dantonio on future of offense: 'we're gonna stay basically the same' | MLive.com
"Dantonio, who has led Michigan State to a school-record six consecutive bowl games, steadfastly believes in his playbook and offensive concepts." Rightfully so.
The State News :: Bell addresses NFL Draft rumors in accepting Elite Running Back award
"Fans chanted “one more year,” at Bell during halftime of the MSU men’s basketball game against Loyola-Chicago, as MSU football head coach Mark Dantonio egged them on, while the junior running back was honored with the College Football Performance Awards’ 2012 Elite Running Back of the Year award."
Lawrence Thomas to get practice time on defense during Michigan State bowl prep | Michigan State Spartans | Detroit Free Press | freep.com
"Michigan State's football staff has been keeping its Lawrence Thomas options open, but the redshirt freshman definitely will get some practice time on defense in preparation for the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl."
"Valentine committed just one turnover in the second half as the 17th-ranked Spartans rallied from a 32-30 halftime deficit."
Green gets yelled at by Tyler Hansbrough, and then takes it as a compliment.
TCU has a great rush defense, but any defense's hands will be full with Le'Veon Bell.
Always interesting to see what the AD of the year has to say. "The Big Ten expanding to 16 teams could be what eventually happens, as Hollis tells ESPN there are advantages to the conference looking to do so."
"For the first time since 1989, Michigan State basketball is returning to Jenison Field House on Dec. 14-16. The weekend begins with an Alumni Game on Friday night at 7 p.m., featuring former Spartan All-Americans and members of both the 1979 and 2000 NCAA Championship teams."
"Michigan State junior linebacker Max Bullough and sophomore punter Mike Sadler have been named to the 2012 Capital One Division I Academic All-America Second Team, as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). Sadler earns Second-Team Academic All-America honors for the second year in a row."
"If athletic director Mark Hollis has his way, the Spartans will play their high-profile season opener in Arlington, Texas before facing Kentucky days later in Chicago."