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Caleb Benenoch Decommits From MSU


This was bound to happen sooner or later. Spartan Tailgate reports that Texas OL recruit Caleb Benenoch has decommitted from MSU. He chose the Spartans early in the recruiting process — before his stock blew up. He has since received offers from a ton of Big 12 and SEC schools, and his commitment to MSU was starting to waver publicly. I'll have more on this in Wednesday's recruiting roundup.

DeAnthony Arnett to transfer to MSU


If true, WR relief for the near future is on the way!

Costello led Warriors hold off Trojans


Matt Costello's 18 points and numerous rebounds and blocked shots helped keep the Bay City Western Warriors alive in the state playoffs with a win over the Saginaw High Trojans. Western lead 33-20 at the half, but a furious rally by the Warriors lead to Saginaw taking the lead in the fourth quarter. Western, who was blown out, 60 - 28, by Saginaw in their first meeting, responded to the Trojan's rally with an 11-0 surge to end the game with a final score of 55-47. The Warriors are set to face Clarkston on Wednesday.

Izzo keeps eye on Suttons Bay's Anderson

[Bumped. To prove I'm still a basketball guy! -KJ] I know I already mentioned this in "FanPosts" but to be thorough...

Basketball Blogging?

First, I think TOC is doing a great job of getting going and could develop into a great site.  It's already good. That said, anyone find it slightly embarrassing that UM has an incredibly well-run,...

Will Gholston to MSU


Will Gholston, #1 Michigan HS recruit, commits to Michigan State

Adam Rittenberg Channels My Recruiting Agita


Is the lack of early recruting commitments to MSU a problem, or are we going to be fine?

Michigan State targets impress at NIKE camp - Gang Green


Mike Trogan does the work for me by culling the portions of this ESPN article which are relevant for MSU fans. MSU targets Robert Bolden (QB), William Gholston (DE/LB) and Austin White (RB, brother of Blair Austin and Myles) all performed well, with White winning the camp MVP award. (Sadly, he's seemingly considered a Michigan lean by most who know these things.) Gholston was especially impressive: "If a "look test" award were given out, it almost certainly would have gone to Gholston, another ESPNU 150 Watch List prospect. Gholston not only looked great physically, but he showed speed and agility for a big guy. On more than one occasion, Gholston blew by his opponent with an outside speed rush." Finally, there's this from a USA Today article about the camp: But after the one-on-ones started, the attention quickly turned to the guy who was dominating Gholston in those battles – offensive lineman Connor Kruse of Lowell (Mich.) High. Not much was known about Kruse heading into the camp – he wasn't even in the Rivals.com recruiting database until recently – but after handling Gholston in one-on-ones and looking solid in drill work, he's a name to remember. "I have one offer from Western Michigan," said Kruse, who is 6-4 and 280 pounds. "I'm hoping a camp like this will help get me on the map even more . . . ." We'll see if our coaches were similarly impressed.

Stalker-ish Recruiting Tremendousness of the William Gholston Variety


William Gholston indicates his potential recruiting inclinations at his prom.

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