MSU Impact Sports

BREAKING NEWS: Kevin Cope Released from Philadelphia Union

According to an article by Jonathan Tannenwald of philly.com, former Michigan State defender Kevin Cope was released from the Philadelphia Union.

Cope was one of three players that was released from the Philadelphia Union. The other two were Robbie Derschang and Michael Seamon.

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True Focus of Winter Olympics: Corruption or Medals?

Seven years ago, Russian President Vladimir Putin traveled to Guatemala City, Guatemala in an effort to win the bid of hosting the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. His proposal of $12 billion dwarfed that of finalists, South Korea and Austria. It was his attempt to show the world a new Russia and that these games were to be the platform of the economic and geopolitical revival of his country.

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MSU on the Road to Wisconsin

The Lady Spartans played in their annual pink game for breast cancer awareness Saturday night. After coming off a dominating win against Ohio State, 70-49, No. 23 Michigan State (17-8, 9-3) heads to Madison, Wis. to play Wisconsin (10-15, 3-10).

There are only two weeks left in the Big Ten regular season, before the Big Ten Tournament. Currently the MSU women’s basketball team is tied for second with Nebraska at 9-3, with only four games left to play. Penn State leads the Big Ten with an 11-2 conference record.

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Secret Society – #1 – 2/19/14

Michigan State men’s and women’s ultimate frisbee came into the studio with host Bradley Allen for the first episode of Secret Society.

Secret Society will be a regular podcast featuring guests representing MSU club sports. The first segment of every podcast will be focused on guest interviews about their sport and their team, while the second segment will consist of lighter questions that delve into the esoteric “secrets” of life on a club sports team at MSU.

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Spartans Prepare to Face-off against Boilermakers on the Road

The No. 13 Michigan State Spartans (21-5, 10-3) are on the road once again headed to West Lafayette, Ind. to take on the Purdue Boilermakers (15-10, 5-7).

In the Spartans’ last game they suffered a disappointing loss to unranked Nebraska at home, losing 60-51.

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Why Michigan State Football Will Repeat as Big Ten Champs

Michigan State enjoyed a dream season in 2013, finishing 13-1 with a Rose Bowl victory over Stanford.

Now, over two months removed from that season, the Spartans have began reaping the benefits. They wrapped up one of the best recruiting classes in the conference after National Signing Day.

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Changing the Rules: A Conversation about Modifying College Soccer

The game of college soccer has given the U.S. Soccer Federation and Major League Soccer talented players, but with the creation of the U.S. Soccer Development Academy in 2007, college soccer needs to be tweaked.

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Octopi Hockeytown Special Episode: Qualification Playoffs Review & Quarter Final Preview

Austin Goodman has deemed the Qualification Playoffs worthy of analysis in a special Olympic men’s hockey episode of Octopi Hockeytown.

Russia, Slovenia, Latvia and the Czech Republic all moved on to the next round of the 2014 men’s Olympic Hockey Tournament in Sochi leaving the tournament with eight remaining teams. Octopi will analytically break down each game; evaluating both statistical and nonstatistical events from the qualification round.

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Pinned Down – #3 – 2/17/14

In this week’s podcast, Pinned Down host Nick Carver recaps the recent Michigan State Spartan wrestling action.

The Spartans got their first Big Ten win by way of defeating Indiana, 18-16 last Sunday in Hoosier country. The meet came down to the final match with the Spartans trailing the Hoosiers, 15-16. Garth Yenter sealed the victory for the Spartans with a season defining 10-3 decision victory.

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Saginaw Valley Wins Michigan Dodgeball Cup, Spartans Place Third

In a tournament that produced some intense and exciting moments, Saginaw Valley had all the reason to cheer.

Going into the tournament, Saginaw Valley and Grand Valley were viewed as the top contenders for the Cup and this prediction turned out to be true. However, the underdog was able to pull out on top. Although after watching the tournament, one would be confused who the underdogs actually were.

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2014 Impact Sports NFL Mock Draft

1. Houston Texans: Jadeveon Clowney, DE, South Carolina

The Seattle Seahawks proved that defense wins championships, and for a team that expected to go to the Super Bowl but fell way short due in part to injuries, you cannot pass on Clowney. With Clowney and J.J. Watt as bookends on the defensive line, offensive lines will have a hard time stopping this possible tandem. Clowney’s work ethic has been a big question mark, but Brian Cushing and Watt should be able to set him straight. Although the quarterback situation is not pretty, somebody like A.J. McCarron (Alabama) would be a nice selection in a later round.

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The Pact – #18 – 2/18/14

This week on The Pact, the panel shifts their attention away from men’s basketball and on to the women’s basketball squad. Fino, Faith and Harry dissect the Spartans’ season thus far and look ahead to the team’s next few games against Wisconsin and Minnesota.

In the second portion of the show, Fino moderates as Lou and Austin analyze the USA men’s hockey team and their chances in the Olympic tournament. The three panelists debate styles of play and give predictions on how the tournament will shake out.
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Road to the B1G Title Even Tougher with Loss to Nebraska

When Terry Braverman, the PA announcer at the Jack Breslin Student Events Center, announced the score of the Wisconsin vs. Michigan men’s basketball game, the crowd erupted. Bo Ryan and his squad did their job and dismantled Michigan in Ann Arbor.

All Michigan State had to do was beat a middle-of-the-pack team and they would sit alone atop the Big Ten.

But the Cornhuskers had other plans.

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VIDEO: Impact Izzone Postgame – Nebraska

Sunday left a lot of question marks.

Michigan State hosted the Nebraska Cornhuskers and were dealt a loss.

Following the 60-51 upset against unranked Nebraska, No. 9 Michigan State’s head coach Tom Izzo pointed out the mishaps and mistakes that cost the Spartans an expected win.

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Spartans Host Cornhuskers in Weekend Matchup

The No. 9 Michigan State Spartans (21-4 overall, 10-2 Big Ten) are gearing up to host the Nebraska Cornhuskers (13-10, 5-6) at the Breslin Center Sunday afternoon.

Michigan State enters this game with a recent win against Northwestern, 85-70.

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