Linking Laconically: Part Deux

It will be mid-afternoon in Eugene but primetime back in East Lansing when the Spartans play the Ducks on Sept. 6. - Jonathan Ferrey

As promised, we've got a second edition of Linking Laconically after dropping the ball yesterday. Between this morning and now, we learned a little about the upcoming football season, which will feature a night game played during the day, if that makes any sense.

Michigan State at Oregon to kick off at 6:30 p.m. ET | MLive | MLive.com

The Spartans are going to be all over primetime this season.

The 100 best players in college football for 2014 | National Football Post | nationalfootballpost.com

I counted three Spartans, including one in the top 10.

What's next for Michigan State baseball, especially if best players go pro? | Detroit Free Press | freep.com

So hard to build a baseball program in the Big Ten.

Michigan State QB Connor Cook key to Spartans' title hopes, says Sporting News guru Matt Hayes | MLive | MLive.com

Don't disagree, but why are we still talking about spring game attendance?

Alabama desperate for 12th game in 2015, will 'take anybody' | CBS Sports | cbssports.com

Cry me a river.

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