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Men's Tennis Earns First Trip to NCAA Tournament - Michigan State Official Athletic Site
"In the 100th year of Michigan State tennis, the Spartans earned the program's first bid to the NCAA Tournament. MSU earned an at-large bid Tuesday evening and will face Tulsa in the first round on Friday, May 10 in Waco, Texas." Here's a cool video of the selection show reaction, with Tom Izzo sitting in with the MSU team.

Hey Joe: Just how good could MSU basketball be next year? | Detroit Free Press |
Rexrode builds off of my Monday column.

Michigan State's Dion Sims, William Gholston excited to head to Florida | The Detroit News |
It's warm there.

Former Michigan State star William Gholston reflects on career, gets one final chuckle at rivals |
They asked why he didn't go to Michigan.

Dark Side of Green: Alabama's NFL Team in the 2011 Capital One Bowl
Alabama had a ton of NFL Draft picks in that team. The reason for the blowout is pretty obvious.

Michigan State coach Tom Izzo laughs off pressure of Big Ten and NCAA title expectations |
"I laugh in the face of danger. Haw haw haw haw haw." Wait, that's Simba.

Michigan State coach Tom Izzo shares winks, nods with nation's No. 1 prospect in Class of 2014 |
It's like that Seinfeld episode when George was having the eye problem.

Golden State Warriors: Rookie Draymond Green tickling twine from long range - San Jose Mercury News
He sucked from deep in the regular season. Now he's hitting at the most important time.

Caroline Powers Named Big Ten Women's Golfer of the Year - Michigan State Official Athletic Site
"Michigan State senior Caroline Powers has been named the Big Ten Women's Golfer of the Year, the conference office announced on Tuesday. Powers also earned a spot on the All-Big Ten First Team for the third year in a row. In addition, juniors Allyssa Ferrell and Christine Meier garnered second-team All-Big Ten accolades."

Michigan State sweeps weekly Big Ten baseball honors | The Detroit News |
"Michigan State stayed alive in the Big Ten baseball race last week with a series victory over Purdue and in the process swept player and pitcher of the week honors in the conference." MSU is also No. 32 in the RPI, currently looking at an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament, but there's a lot of season left to play.