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MSU wide receivers, such as Tony Lippett, who keeps turning over the ball, need to revamp their game for the Spartans season to go well.
MSU wide receivers, such as Tony Lippett, who keeps turning over the ball, need to revamp their game for the Spartans season to go well.

Michigan State receivers ready to elevate game | The Detroit News |
"After a 17-13 victory over Boise State last week where the receivers had what can't be described as any better than an average game, plenty of focus has landed squarely on a relatively inexperienced group."

Under The Radar Player To Watch: Taiwan Jones | Banks Of The Red Cedar
A post on why one should look out for Taiwan Jones this weekend to make an impact against Central Michigan.

Michigan State receivers coach says nobody's job is safe | Michigan State Spartans | Detroit Free Press |
Great article by Joe Rexrode on the wide receivers trying to make improvement and trying to hold their job.

Michigan State receiver DeAnthony Arnett expected to play more against Central Michigan |
"According to wide receivers coach Terrence Samuel, expect Arnett to play more Saturday against Central Michigan."

Spartans' Le'Veon Bell wants to be a complete back, picking up blitzes and catching passes |
Bell wants to becoming a better blocking back and receiving back. He already seems well on his way to doing that, so there is a lot of hope that these dreams will come to fruition.

Former Michigan State captain Trenton Robinson days away from realizing his NFL dream with San Francisco 49ers |
Trenton Robinson is on the 53-man roster for the San Diego 49ers. With all of that, his childhood dreams were realized.

Chippewas' Dan Enos, Spartans' Mark Dantonio agree coaching against friends 'very difficult' |
"With 11 seasons spent on Michigan State's sideline, either as player or a coach, it's easy to see why one would think Central Michigan head coach Dan Enos' time with the Spartans would be valuable when the Chippewas host their Big Ten foe Saturday."

Spartans ready for fight against 'swinging,' upset-minded Chippewas | The Detroit News |
Although the talent level between the Chippewas and the Spartans is a large gap, CMU still comes in upset-minded and ready to play.

Maxwell has chance to make strong impression Saturday at CMU | The Little Brother Blog
"It's safe to say this weekend is big for Maxwell. After an up-and-down debut last Friday at Spartan Stadium, the new Michigan State quarterback has plenty left to prove as the Spartans head into Mount Pleasant on Saturday to play Central Michigan."

Michigan State Board of Trustees to vote on planning for $18 million expansion to Spartan Stadium |
The project would create a two-level addition, including a recruitment center on the concourse level, upgraded locker rooms and team spaces, media rooms and shell space for future restroom and concession areas, as well as maintenance needs, according to a memo sent to the board by MSU Vice President for Finance and Operations Fred Poston.

Michigan State secondary coach Harlon Barnett plans few changes | Michigan State Spartans | Detroit Free Press |
"Michigan State defensive backs coach Harlon Barnett points out the good and the bad on the game film, but he had a sunnier view of the Boise State performance than his cornerbacks did. 'So that tells you a lot about them,' Barnett said of senior Johnny Adams and junior Darqueze Dennard."

Q & A with Michigan State running back Le'Veon Bell -
"Catching up with our Heisman Player of the Week."

Shaw Lane Spartans | Film Review: The Great Roushar I-Formation Caper
Shaw Lane Spartan delves into Le'Veon Bell's excessive carries and setting up Larry Caper as a fullback. Bell is also mentioned as the "Belldozer" in here, so it's a must-read.