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Linking Laconically is getting chippy

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There isn't much hatred between MSU and Oregon, as the two teams have only squared off four times before this Saturday's looming showdown. But with the anticipation of the next meeting, players and coaches seem to be growing tired of all the talk and want to just start hitting each other (Or outsmarting each other, in the case of the coaches. Hopefully). As of typing this, there's still 72 hours until kickoff, though, and there's a lot of time for that hype to keep building. As Mark Dantonio always seems, it's important the Spartans wait until 6:30 ET Saturday to let the lion out of the cage.

Michigan State vs. Oregon: Both coaches can't contain excitement for matchup | Detroit Free Press |

They can't wait for media availability to be over with, either.

The secret of Dantonio's success | ESPN Big Ten Blog |

The look at Dantonio's office is pretty cool.

How Michigan State can shut down Oregon, pull off upset in Eugene | Fox Sports |

Scoring a bunch of touchdowns on Oregon's defense would help, too.

Pat Narduzzi, on Oregon's offense: 'They are a lot faster than we are' | Detroit Free Press |

How long before he's down on the field Saturday?

Spartans relish the dare the Ducks present | Detroit News |

Feels like a major bowl game build-up.

Shawn Windsor: Mark Dantonio built Michigan State program for big stage vs. Oregon | Detroit Free Press |

Crazy how far program has come since this game was actually scheduled.

Oregon vs. Michigan State: Battle in the trenches | Statesman Journal |

Insight from the other side.

Michigan St. QB Connor Cook calls Jax St. hit a 'bad cheap shot' | CBS Sports |

And I would agree.