Pact panelist Harry Jadun and Sports Editor of the Stanford Daily, Sam Fisher, join Spartan Red Zone host Dan Tyler to breakdown the 100th Rose Bowl game.
2013 has been a whirlwind of a year for Impact Sports. As one of the many firsts this year, fall marked the inaugural semester of The Pact – the only sportstalk show on FM-radio in the mid-Michigan area.
Hosted by Anthony “Fino” Serafino, the show has booked high profile guests from Lupe Izzo, to former MSU and NFL running back Todd “TJ” Duckett.
This week on the Pact, panelist and producer Lou DiVizio gives a look back on some of the most memorable interviews from 2013.
2013 has been a year of ups and downs for sports. There has been inspiring highs and devastating lows.
Below, Impact Sports looks at 10 of the biggest sports newsmakers of 2013. These newsmakers changed the human eye of sports this year and had an impact on the future of athletics.
Maybe it was a holiday hangover, but the Michigan State Spartans got off to a sluggish start in their 101-48 blowout over the University of New Orleans Saturday afternoon.
The Spartans committed six turnovers in the first eight minutes of the game. Read More…
After coming up short against Michigan Tech in their first game on Friday afternoon, the Spartans were looking to bounce back against the Michigan Wolverines.
Michigan State and Michigan are scheduled to play each other four times this season, but got an early look at each other on Saturday.
With the 2014 Rose Bowl less than one week away, the Michigan State Spartans are in California gearing up to face the Stanford Cardinal, who now sit as 6.5-point favorites because of, let’s just say…circumstances.
As has been pointed out in the past, these Spartans make plays, not excuses, so it will be quite an interesting afternoon on Wednesday.
Say goodbye to 2013 with Walk the Line as Dan Krier & Ryan Smith bring you their thoughts on the Rose Bowl as well as NFL Week 17 (the final Sunday of the regular season). If you’d like to reach Dan or Ryan in the next few days, hit us up and we’ll meet you somewhere cool in LA.
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This year’s Great Lakes Invitational was an experience for the ages as teams got to play outdoors at Comerica Park in Detroit. The GLI kick-started the winter festivities that will be taking place downtown through the end of December.
Michigan State and Michigan Tech needed extra time, and eventually a shootout, to determine who would advance to the Championship game.
A special holiday edition counts down the top 10 moments of Pool Time for 2013. Listen to the best interviews, takes and clips from the beginning of the show, to the latest episodes. Record-breakers, Olympians, former and current athletes, coaches and more are included. What will be the number one moment of the show? Tune in to find out.
Michigan State released a statement early Thursday morning that senior captain and All-Big Ten middle linebacker Max Bullough will stay home as his team travels to Pasadena, due to a “violation of team rules”.
Mark Dantonio announced early Thursday morning that senior linebacker Max Bullough would be suspended from next Wednesday’s Rose Bowl Game.
According to Dantonio, Bullough violated team rules that led to his suspension. Read More…
The phrase describes a lot about MSU graduates, especially their efforts at this time of year. Join Harry and Faith for this holiday edition of The Pact, focusing on MSU athletes giving back to their community.
In the fourth edition of Corner Kick Roundtable, host, Jonathan Yales, invites Impact Sports reporter, Brooks Laimbeer, to discuss the Michigan State men’s soccer season which recently concluded with an Elite Eight loss to Notre Dame in the NCAA Tournament. Laimbeer expands on what he saw live from the Spartans in South Bend, Ind. and MSU head coach Damon Rensing joins the conversation.
Erwin Center was rocking on Saturday, as the upstart Texas Longhorns hosted number five-ranked Sparty. Rick Barnes’ squad was looking to avenge their 67-56 loss from last year in East Lansing.
Texas surprised many experts this year, starting the season 10-1 with an impressive win over North Carolina in Chapel Hill. MSU came into the game shorthanded, with Matt Costello out due to illness and a banged-up Gary Harris coming off the bench. Read More…
Freshmen of on the Michigan State Women’s Basketball team have been showing their talent in the past two season games. Redshirted freshman Branndais Agee is no exception.
The Spartans entered following a great win last week against Ferris State. And tonight they did it again, beating Grand Valley 91-47. The game started off slow for the Spartans, but they picked it up and came out on top. Read More…
It’s cold in East Lansing but warm in Delray Beach, Fla. as head swim coach Matt Gianiodis calls in to discuss the progress of his team’s training trip and what goes on outside of swim practices. Host Max King previews the second semester schedule for the Spartans all the way from January to the end of March.
The Spartans, coming off a 63-57 loss against Oklahoma State, are ready to take on Georgetown for the second time in team history in their last matchup of the 2013 Puerto Rico Classic.
Head coach Suzy Merchant is looking for more offensive play out of her team, but she is not dwelling on yesterday’s loss.
“We gotta get after it, we can’t cry about this one, learn from it and move on,” Merchant said. Read More…
As I walked out of South Neighborhood, I had a glum feeling in my gut and disappointment in my heart. The Spartans had just dropped a heartbreaker to Notre Dame, 17-13. As I walked back to my dorm, I had serious doubts as to what the future would hold for this Spartan football team.
That was September. Read More…
Just because MSU’s Fall 2013 semester is over doesn‘t mean Dan Krier & Ryan Smith don’t incessantly talk about sports picks on a constant basis. Wow they do.
Take a journey into Walk the Line print edition for NFL Week 16 and the Las Veas Bowl to boot. Though Dan & Ryan don’t always agree on outcomes, they can surely agree on one thing: winning means being right.
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Escaping the cold of Michigan, the Spartans play their first matchup of the 2013 Puerto Rico Classic in San Juan against No. 13 Oklahoma State at 2 p.m. today.
Coming off of an 80-62 win against Oakland University, the Spartans are hoping to break the 2-2 all-time series tie against the Cowgirls.