Michigan State Spartans Football

Football 2014 Preview Series: Jacksonville State


With kickoff approaching, we take a look at MSU's first opponent.

#Disrespekt: Delving into the ESPN's FPI Metric

Taking a look at some less-than-stellar projections.

Linking Laconically is feeling the love


Michigan State continues to be recognized on the various preseason watch lists that just make all of us football season would start already, but it's more than just the football players getting the...

Welcome Aboard- Noah Listermann


Spartan staff's Cinci roots pay off again

Spring Game Recruiting Round-up


The latest visits and offers on the recruiting trail.

So. Much. Swoon.


The MSU Rose Bowl rings make us weak in the knees.

Welcome Aboard- 2015 QB Brian Lewerke


Michigan State football heads across the country for its 4th commit in the 2015 class

MSU Offense Wins 2nd Spring Scrimmage


In what can only be called a major upset, the offense takes its second scrimmage in a row in the final moments, 38-37.

No Fly Zone- getting WRs right where you want them


A look at a couple of pass defense concepts from the Spartan back seven.

MSU Offense wins 1st scrimmage


The Michigan State offense, behind the strength of their passing attack, won the first offense-defense Spring scrimmage by the score of 27-25. The defense was spotted 25 points at the start, a...

MSU Football's Spring Roster Released



MSU football significantly increases coaching $


One of the best bargains in college football couldn't last forever. The key details via Twitter: Per MSU, "nearly $785,000 has been allocated to enhance the salaries of the assistant coaches"...

Chris talks about Darqueze Dennard's NFL hopes


He joined a podcast to talk about Dennard.

The Liar Stat


Why I hate what the sack has done to stats in college football and why you should too.

Welcome Aboard - Darius Slade

MSU gets a commitment from a New Jersey DE.

Did Travis Jackson change a WWE storyline?


A few weeks ago, Daniel Bryan became a bad guy on WWE, despite being a fan favorite for the YES! chant. Then, suddenly, he turned into a good guy again on Monday's episode of RAW. Did national attention of Travis Jackson's YES! chant at the basketball game change the direction of the storyline? SB Nation's wrestling blog thinks it might have. (They later tweeted, "Thank you, Michigan State."). Bryan followed Jackson on Twitter shortly after the Ohio State game. Video of the face turn is here, if you're interested. UPDATE: It really DID change the storyline, according to Wrestling Inc.

Freep Guest Column: East Beast


The Big Ten East gets even stronger.

MSU-Oregon moved up to Sept. 6


Schedule change.

MSU football high in very early 2014 rankings


The 2013 football season is over, meaning it's time to look toward the 2014 season. Several outlets are releasing their early 2014 rankings, and MSU is primed to earn a high ranking based on its...



Started from the bottom.

Share your Rose Bowl story

Hello, all. We're going to try a different kind of post here. KJ made a comment that it seemed like he and I were the only ones who didn't go to Pasadena. I know that wasn't the case, but plenty...

2014 Rose Bowl: Photo Gallery

A look at MSU's 24-20 win over Stanford.

Recap: California Love

MSU takes down Stanford 24-20 to win the Rose Bowl.

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