Spartans Shoot Down St. Cloud State

If you were not aware, Friday, the Michigan State men’s basketball team had a game. Michigan State continued its exhibition excellence against St. Cloud State with a 101-46 victory.

Junior guard Denzel Valentine finished the night with a triple double, while his point guard counterpart Travis Trice finished with a team-high 20 points, including a 4-8 stat from beyond the arc. Read More…

Stafford Slings Lions Past Fins

Matthew Stafford and the Detroit Lions stunned the Miami Dolphins on a last-minute drive to finish with a 20-16 victory at Ford Field.

The Lions started out strong in the first quarter with a 10-0 lead, dominating on all sides of the football. But the lead shortly faded as the Dolphins controlled the next three quarters, holding the Lions scoreless until the fourth. The Lions found a way to win in the last seconds despite all of Miami’s good fortune. Read More…

Men’s Hockey Splits Weekend at New Hampshire

The Michigan State men’s hockey team went on the road looking to return to East Lansing with a 4-4 record, but they could not get the sweep they wanted as they split their series with the University of New Hampshire.

On Friday, the Spartans’ offense started right where it left off against Ferris State.

Goals from Travis Walsh and Michael Ferrantino put the Spartans ahead 2-0 just 10 minutes in. Read More…

Spartan Defense Can’t Contain Buckeyes

The first half was a shootout, but the Buckeyes’ offense was too much for the Spartans as they went on to win on the road in East Lansing 49-37.

MSU looked as if they were taking control of the game, as Jeremy Langford ran in a touchdown to give Michigan State a 28-14 lead.  The play was called back, however, on a holding penalty by center Jack Allen. Michael Geiger then missed a field goal, and on the next play from scrimmage J.T. Barrett found MIke Thomas for a 79-yard touchdown. Read More…

Women’s Swimming and Diving Sweeps Toledo

The women’s swim and dive team was at home against Toledo on Friday. They would come out with a win, defeating Toledo 187-110.

The women started the night out strong, winning in the 200-yard Medley with a time of 1:44.16.

“We usually react better when we come indoors,” head coach Matt Gianiodis said. “We closed down the outdoor pool last week. I really wish we would have swam this well last weekend because I think we could have won both meets. Read More…

No. 7 Michigan State Falls to No. 13 Ohio State

Big plays by J.T. Barrett and Ezekiel Elliott were too much for Michigan State’s defense as the Spartans lose to the Buckeyes 49-37.

After heading into halftime trailing by one touchdown, MSU was only able to tack on three points via Michael Geiger field goal in the third quarter. Ezekiel Elliott added a touchdown run late in the third quarter giving OSU a 10-point lead. Read More…

HALFTIME: OSU 28 MSU 21 in Offensive Shootout

At the end of the first half, Michigan State trails The Ohio State 21 to 28.  Connor Cook hooked up with Keith Mumphery on the first drive of the game for a 15-yard touchdown.  The Buckeyes responded with two big plays by RB Ezekiel Elliott, capped off by a 5-yard touchdown run by J.T. Barret. Barrett added another rushing touchdown after Jeremy Langford scored the second TD for MSU on a 33-yard run.  Langford had 94 rushing yards in the first half.

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Spartan Red Zone – #26 – 11/8/14

On this Impact Gameday version of Spartan Red Zone, hosts Dan Tyler and Bradley Allen break down what has been a wild week leading up to the Spartans’ primetime matchup with Ohio State.

Dan and Brad got a chance to talk with ESPN’s Tom Rinaldi and Desmond Howard on Friday about Spartan Nation and the perceived SEC bias in the media. Read More…

The Six Things to Know About Rugby Players

Admit it. If you have never played rugby, been to a match, or worse, have never even heard the term until reading this, I would assume you probably are not locked in to the Michigan State club team’s upcoming end of the season match against Illinois, or the subsequent Big Ten Finals in November.

It is okay, now is the perfect time to pay attention. But let’s back up. Read More…

Walk the Line 2014: NCAA Wk 11 & NFL Wk 10 – 11/7/14

Now the real season starts! With the Michigan State Spartans football team staring up at both TCU and Kansas State in the most recent NCAA College Football Playoff Poll, it’s going to take a win over the Ohio State Buckeyes on Saturday and a cover of the -3.5 to leave a lasting impression on the selection committee.

In a rematch of last year’s Big Ten Championship game, MSU is in need of a convincing victory over Urban Meyer for the second straight season. Other great games Saturday include Notre Dame +2.5 @ Arizona St. and a death match between the aforementioned TCU, who sits at -6 versus K-State.

Check out the top-tier menu for this this week’s show… Read More…

Anyone’s Game in the 2014 Big Ten Tournament

The Big Ten regular season is over with and now the madness can begin with the Big Ten Men’s Soccer Tournament.

Brooks Laimbeer, host of Corner Kick, and J.R. Eskilson, reporter for topdrawersoccer.com, discuss the tournament matchups and predict who they believe will win the Big Ten Tournament.  Read More…

Detroit Tigers Report Card #2: Starting Lineup

One month removed from what so many people believed would be a promising postseason run, Detroit Tigers fans feel the same pain as 28 other teams.

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Women’s Swimming and Diving Returns Home

The women’s swimming and diving team returns home to compete against the University of Toledo on Friday.

“I thought we did well,” head coach Matt Gianiodis said. “It was a tough trip. We bussed seven and a half hours on Friday and got right off the bus and competed I thought pretty hard. We put a lot of events on a lot of kids. I thought we did really well. Read More…

Hildebrand Earns Big Ten First Star

For the second week this year, a Spartan has earned the the Big Ten hockey No. 1 star. Jake Hildebrand was recently named the Big Ten’s first star hockey last Tuesday for his exceptional play against Ferris State last weekend.

Hildebrand posted a .947 save percentage, stopping 35 of 37 shots sent his way. Read More…

Spartans Face Buckeyes in Big Ten East Battle

The biggest Big Ten game of the year will be in played in East Lansing this Saturday.

September 6, 2014: The Death Of the Big Ten

Two months ago, the Big Ten’s two top dogs, Michigan State and Ohio State, both suffered losses in only their second game of the 2014 season. That was believed to be the death of the Big Ten. Read More…

Opinion: Since When is Going for the Championship Frowned Upon?

This past Sunday’s AAA Texas 500 at Texas Motor Speedway was a snoozefest for the first 250 or so laps, but once it got under 100 laps to go, I had a feeling that told me: “Something is going to happen here, and it’s going to be BIG.” And boy was I right.

Jimmie Johnson, who was eliminated from championship contention, won the race, but that was completely overshadowed by the events that transpired on pit road after the checkered flag had flown on the eighth race of the Chase and the 34th race of the Sprint Cup season. Read More…

A Team Win in More Ways than One

The women’s cross country team can now mark the Big Ten Championship off their list as champions for the second year in a row. Not only that, but conference weekend is done and the Spartan women still claim the No. 1 spot in the nation.

The team not only claimed the overall champion, Leah O’Connor, as their own, but was also the only team to put all five scorers in the top 11. This put the Spartans at a score of 26, the third-lowest in Big Ten history and half of what second-place University of Wisconsin received at 55 points. Read More…

Lions Den – #20 – 11/5/14

On this 20th edition of Lions Den, hosts Michael Higer, Louis Bilotta and Chris Boggus are eager to talk Lions football following the bye week.

Louis presents to the crew a set of buy/sell topics, they delve into Reggie Bush’s comments on the coaching staff and preview the Lions’ Week 10 matchup with the Miami Dolphins. Stay tuned to hear why one host believes this will be the Lions’ toughest opponent so far this season. Read More…

Athlete of the Week – Aerial Powers

This week’s Athlete of the Week is Aerial Powers, the redshirt sophomore forward for MSU women’s basketball from Detroit, Michigan.

After missing the 2013-2013 season due to injury, Powers came out and dominated last season. Powers won numerous Big Ten accolades as well as posting great numbers in the regular season games. She started all 33 of the games she played in, averaging 13.4 points and 8.2 rebounds per game. Read More…

Opinion: Lions Ebroff with First Pick

Entering the 2014 NFL Draft, the last thing Lions fans had on their minds was drafting a tight end with the 10th overall pick. With the new four-year contract signed by Brandon Pettigrew and the emergence of undrafted rookie Joe Fauria, tight end looked to be a position of strength.

When the Lions picked Eric Ebron out of North Carolina, fans everywhere were perplexed. With Joe Lombardi coming over from the Saints as offensive coordinator, the assumption was Ebron would be used as a Jimmy Graham-type player. Read More…

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