The Spartans and No. 14 Wolverines faced-off at Munn Ice Arena for their third matchup of the season. With the series tied 1-1, the Wolverines took over late in the third period to break a 2-2 tie and run away with a 5-2 victory.
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This week, Ryan & Dan delve into the particulars of SB XLVIII, where the 2-point favorite Broncos look to crack Seattle’s #1 defense. But it’s those nutty prop bets that are the most fun, so the guys break down the game’s truly important sports picks, such as Bruno Mars’ possible halftime hat choice and whether or not Peyton Manning will yell “Omaha!” more or less than 28 times.
The last two undefeated teams standing in the Big Ten happen to be two of the biggest rivals.
The No. 3 Spartans (18-1, 6-0) are preparing to face off against the No. 21 Michigan Wolverines (14-4, 6-0) at the Breslin tonight.
After an unexpected visit at the Great Lakes Invitational, Michigan State and Michigan butted heads once again in there annual showdown at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit Thursday evening.
Two games, two neutral arenas, and now, two different winners. After being shutout by the Spartans in the consolation game at the GLI, the Michigan Wolverines evened the series with the Spartans.
DETROIT – The Michigan State Spartans (8-11-3) and Michigan Wolverines (11-6-2) faced-off at Joe Louis Arena in their second clash of the season. Michigan’s Phil Di Giuseppe scored with 2:18 remaining to brake a 1-1 tie and even the series.
A bittersweet time approaches as senior day is Saturday for Spartan swimmers and divers, hear from seniors Jessica Cutler, Bryan Williams, Brooke Telander, Pat Falconer, Sam Schulze and Summer Strickler on the emotions they have and will be going through this week. Head coach Matt Gianiodis and assistant coach Kathleen Milloy reflect on their 13 seniors and relive fond memories over the past four years.
After kicking off their indoor season at the Grand Valley State Bob Eubanks Open two weekends ago, the Michigan State track and field program is heading to South Bend, Ind. on Saturday, Jan. 25 for the Notre Dame Invitational.
The team has already showed several great performances, posting 13 individual wins at their first meet of the 2014 season at GVSU. The team took primarily sprinters, jumpers and throwers.
The first taste of victory was had by the men’s swimming and diving team January 23 in East Lansing, defeating Oakland University 154-143 and it came down to the last event to determine who would win.
The Spartan wrestling team kicks off a busy weekend with matches against No. 12 Michigan in Ann Arbor, Mich., at 7 p.m. tonight, followed by a home dual Sunday against No. 15 Illinois.
The Spartans (5-6, 0-3) are coming off a home loss to then No. 2 Minnesota last Friday. Michigan (7-2, 3-0) upset the Gophers in Ann Arbor, 19-14, last Sunday.
Perhaps the perfect lead into Saturday’s basketball game against the dastardly maize and blue is a matchup on the ice at Munn Ice Arena between the Michigan State Spartans and the Michigan Wolverines.
These two teams have met twice already this season, albeit one was not an official game and they have both won one game apiece. At the consolation game of the GLI (Great Lakes Invitational), the Spartans made a mockery of the Wolverines in a 3-0 whitewash. However, the Wolverines returned the favor with a 2-1 victory over the Spartans at Joe Louis Arena last Thursday.
Michigan State announced Thursday that junior forward, Branden Dawson, will be out for four to five weeks with a broken hand.
Dawson will undergo surgery this evening on his right hand after breaking it by slamming it on a table during a film session.
“It’ll be fine,” Dawson said during a press conference Thursday. “I was out with an ACL injury (his freshman) year and I came back from it.” Read More…
Another Big Ten showdown made its way to East Lansing Tuesday evening as the Michigan State Spartans hosted the Indiana Hoosiers. After losing early momentum in the second half, the Spartans went on a run and walked away with a 71-66 win and remained undefeated in conference play. Read More…
Thousands of student athletes have competed for Michigan State, but only a select few went professional. Perhaps no greater athlete represented MSU in their sport than former MLB first baseman Steve Garvey.
Garvey, 65, played football and baseball at MSU from 1966-68 before being drafted in the first round of the MLB Draft by the Los Angeles Dodgers. He played 19 seasons for the Dodgers and San Diego Padres, making 10 All-Star games and winning the 1974 NL MVP. For his career he hit .294 with 2,599 hits and 272 home runs.
Gary Harris proved Tuesday night why he is highly regarded as a top 10 pick in the NBA draft next year. Harris helped lead the Spartans to a 71-66 win against Indiana University.
Harris only had four points at halftime, but exploded in the second half, finishing the game with 24 points and five steals. Harris shot 8-13 from the floor and 4-6 from three point range. He did not miss a free throw.
In the first Pinned Down podcast, host Nick Carver recaps the Spartans’ match against the No. 2 Minnesota Gophers and covered some recent wrestling action in the Big Ten.
This will be a game you do not want to miss, as the Michigan State Spartans’ head coach Tom Izzo faces off against his old assistant coach and current Indiana head coach, Tom Crean.
The No. 3 Spartans (17-1, 5-0) are preparing to battle against the Indiana Hoosiers (12-6, 2-3) at the Breslin Center Tuesday night.
This week on the Pact, Fino, Austin and Harry breakdown the Jim Caldwell hiring. Is he the right fit for the Lions? What is his biggest task as he joins the squad?
Michigan State wrestling fell 35-3 to the visiting No. 2 Minnesota Golden Gophers Friday night.
In their first real road test, the Michigan State Spartans defeated the University of Illinois, 78-62, Saturday night in Champaign, Ill.
MSU came out slow, but had a consistent attack led by Gary Harris, who scored 23 points and collected five rebounds while dishing out four assists. Harris was one of three Spartans in double figures.
The Michigan State wrestling team came into Jenison Field House after almost a month-long rest looking to put a 41-0 shutout by Iowa behind them. The Spartans came into the meet versus the No.2 Minnesota Golden Gophers, hoping for a different result this time. Unfortunately, the Gophers had a different idea.