Ferrantino Ready to Lead Men’s Hockey

Not long after the Spartans’ season ended in an overtime defeat in the Big Ten playoffs to Ohio State, men’s hockey coach Tom Anastos announced that forward Michael Ferrantino would be the Spartans’ 70th captain in program history.

“It means a lot. Growing up around this program and seeing the guys that have been captain before me, it’s hard for me to put it into words,” Ferrantino said. “Just to be trusted with that honor and that responsibility by your teammates and your coaches means a lot to me.”

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Tigers in Need of Motown Miracle; Drop First Two in Baltimore

The first two games of the 2014 postseason appeared to be a script out of Brad Ausmus’ worst nightmare.

After dropping Game 1 on Thursday night, the Tigers found themselves with a 5-3 lead going into the sixth inning. Anibal Sanchez, normally a starting pitcher, came out of the bullpen for the Detroit Tigers. Read More…

Week 5 Preview: The Return of Jim Schwartz

This week, the Buffalo Bills circle their wagons to the Motor City and you know who is riding shotgun in one of those wagons? Former Lions head coach Jim Schwartz.

For those of you who blocked Schwartz completely out of your life once he left, Schwartz is now the defensive coordinator for the Bills. Read More…

Spartans Continue New Rivalry with Nebraska Saturday

Michigan State is set to face Nebraska for the fourth time in four years tomorrow, and it will be Mark Dantonio’s fourth time facing Nebraska in his career.  Although it will only be their fourth meeting, Nebraska has quickly become a staple opponent for the Spartans in Big Ten play.

In his weekly news conference last Tuesday, Dantonio spoke about his experience playing Nebraska and their emergence as a new Big Ten rival. Read More…

Walk the Line 2014 written edition: NCAA Wk 6; NFL Wk 5 – 10/3/14

Hello, Walk the Line fans! Dan Krier here. Thanks to this cold/flu/whatever it is I’ve picked up, our Walk the Line podcast will be taking a week off while my voice recovers.

Nonetheless, Brooks Laimbeer and I wanted to give our picks for this week’s great games like Saturday night’s MSU (-6.5) vs Nebraska matchup here in East Lansing. Can the Spartans cover the spread in what’s sure to be cold and rainy conditions? Here we go… Read More…

Men’s Hockey Freshmen Ready to Make an Impact

Even though this year’s men’s hockey freshmen class is small with four players, they still have the potential to have a large impact on the ice for the Spartans this season.

“I think it’s a real good freshman class and that’s coming off a real good freshman class from last year,” fourth-year coach Tom Anastos said. “I think that’s what is important, to put some consecutive groups together to build our talent level and the depth on our team. Read More…

Spartan Red Zone – #22 – 10/3/14

Hosts Dan Tyler and Bradley Allen welcome Eric Bertrand, sports editor at the Daily Nebraskan, to the latest episode of Spartan Red Zone.

Bertrand gives a bit of insight on the Huskers team, who is currently 5-0 and ranked No. 19 in the nation. Read More…

No. 20 Michigan State Field Hockey Looks to Rebound in New Jersey

After a couple of conference losses last weekend, No. 20 Michigan State takes to the road for a pair of games in New Jersey against Rutgers on Friday and Monmouth on Saturday. It will mark the first time the Spartans face the Scarlet Knights since Rutgers joined the Big Ten.

Heading into the weekend, head coach Helen Knull reflected on the two losses to Penn State and Maryland. Read More…

Women’s Soccer Unable to Overcome Winless Streak

After losing a close match to the Wolverines last Saturday, the Lady Spartans were looking to get back on track Thursday night, but could not break their winless streak in conference play against the Hawkeyes.

Michigan State came out with pace from the first whistle, but their urgency seemed to fade as the game went on and the sides constantly went back and forth down the pitch. Read More…

More Renovations Coming to Munn

As the Spartans prepare for their 40th season under the roof of Munn Ice Arena, the Michigan State Athletic Department announced further renovations to Munn that will take place over the next 12 months and will be the prelude to a total building renovation.

“Our goal is for Munn Ice Arena to represent a tribute to Michigan State’s rich hockey past and commitment to its future,” athletic director Mark Hollis said in an early morning press release. Read More…

Baltimore Breakdown- ALDS Preview: Tigers vs Orioles

Detroit last went to the World Series in 2012. Baltimore last went to the World Series in 1983.

The Detroit Tigers are coming off of their fourth consecutive American League Central Division title. The Baltimore Orioles are coming off of their first American League East Division title since 1997. Read More…

Lions Den – #14 – 10/1/14

With a 3-1 record heading into Week 5, all signs are pointing up for the Detroit Lions.

This week, on Lions Den, hosts Michael Higer, Louis Bilotta and Christopher Boggus recap the Lions’ 24-17 win over the New York Jets, preview Week 5’s matchup against the Buffalo Bills and discuss the latest drama surrounding Ndamukong Suh. Read More…

Athlete of the Week: Rachele Schulist

This week’s Athlete of the Week is Rachele Schulist, a redshirt sophomore and top cross country runner for Michigan State. Schulist is currently leading the No. 2 ranked Spartan women, who brought home a first place team finish this past weekend at Minnesota’s Roy Griak Invitational.

Schulist has already received the title of USTFCCCA Women’s NCAA Division I National Athlete of the Week and Big Ten Women’s Cross Country Athlete of the Week this season. Read More…

A Look Back on the Wonderful 162

In 2014, the usual narrative changed for Detroit. The waltz into the playoffs was no more. The players were traded and released and captured off waivers like no season before. The names changed, the heroes and goats shuffled by the week. The division ended in a fierce battle that lasted nearly two months.

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Dantonio Talks “Program Game” vs Nebraska

No more cupcake games for the Spartans.

After scoring 73 points against Eastern Michigan, and 56 points against Wyoming in back-to-back weeks, the red-hot MSU offense will see their first conference action against the Nebraska Cornhuskers, who are ranked no. 19 in the AP Poll, and no. 17 in the USA Today Poll. Read More…

Pistons Minor Moves

Nothing beats a little healthy competition, and the Detroit Pistons are doing their best to instill this mindset into training camp.

The Pistons signed several free agent players to non-guaranteed deals, including the former second overall pick in 2009 out of Connecticut, Hasheem Thabeet. Read More…

After Tough Weekend, Volleyball Regroups for Bitter Rival Tonight

One of the more meaningful games of the Spartan volleyball season begins tonight.

Michigan State (8-5, 1-1) attempts to improve their all-time, rivalry win record against the University of Michigan (5-7, 0-2) at Crisler Arena tonight. Spartan volleyball leads Michigan 50-38-1 all-time. Read More…

Spartan Red Zone – #21 – 9/30/14

On the latest episode of Spartan Red Zone, Impact Sports’ MSU football beat writer Bradley Allen fills in for Dan Tyler, and he and Andre Sims chat about the homecoming blowout against Wyoming, and preview the upcoming Nebraska game.

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