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Where would Le'Veon Bell, Dion Sims and Will Gholston go if they left for the draft this year? That's what Mel Kiper's for.

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NFL Draft guru Mel Kiper Jr. discusses Michigan State football's Le'Veon Bell, Dion Sims, Will Gholston | MLive.com
Le'Veon Bell and Dion Sims will probably go in the second round while Will Gholston will probably go in the third round, according to Mel Kiper Jr.

Michigan State football coach Mark Dantonio, TCU's Gary Patterson agree, bowl could buck trend | MLive.com
"Coach Mark Dantonio believes Michigan State isn't as boring of a football team to watch as some might suggest."

Tom Izzo expects Michigan State basketball to improve during break | Michigan State Spartans | Detroit Free Press | freep.com
"An extraordinary weekend awaits Michigan State basketball, which will honor civil rights history and its own past inside the walls of Jenison Field House."

Michigan State Spartans, Oklahoma State Cowboys among unluckiest teams - NCF - ESPN
Michigan State is ranked the unluckiest team in the FBS by ESPN's Brian Fremeau. It's an insider article but you can read a little bit of it without a subscription.

Shaw Lane Spartans | GIF Soup Review of MSU Offense in 2012
Jim recaps the Spartans 2012 season with a series of funny GIFs.

Jeff Seidel: Former Michigan State player Draymond Green's dream fills the Palace | Jeff Seidel | Detroit Free Press | freep.com
Awesome article about Draymond returning to Michigan.

Michigan State's Gary Harris on pace for best freshman season since Shawn Respert, Magic Johnson | MLive.com
"Shoulder brace or not, Harris is putting up the type of rookie numbers that haven't been seen in East Lansing in over 20 years."

Jud Heathcote will miss festivities at MSU after fall | Michigan State Spartans | Detroit Free Press | freep.com
"Heathcote had just called MSU and canceled because of a slip on ice and hard fall to the pavement while going to church with his wife, Beverly, on Sunday in Spokane, Wash. Both of them fell, but Jud took the fall harder."