On this episode of Spartan Red Zone, host Dan Tyler is joined by beat reporter Bradley Allen again to talk more Spartan football following the victory against Nebraska and preview Saturday’s game in West Lafayette, Indiana against Purdue.
Michigan State picked up their latest commitment of the 2015 class, as offensive tackle Noah Listermann chose the Spartans on Sunday over other offers which include Cincinnati, Louisville, and Wisconsin.
Listermann, a 6-foot-7 293-pounder, goes to Winton Woods High School in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Rivals.com ranks Listermann as a three-star recruit, the 28th ranked recruit in the state of Ohio, and the 58th ranked offensive tackle in the nation. Read More…
Michigan State enjoyed their most successful football season of all-time in 2013, finishing 13-1 after defeating Stanford (11-2) in the 100th Rose Bowl Game.
Much of that success was due in part to one of the most dominant defense in the nation. The Spartans ended the season allowing just over 13 points per game along with an average of 86 yards rushing allowed per game.
Indiana Hoosiers running back Tevin Coleman’s 64-yard touchdown run sent shock waves throughout the Homecoming crowd at Spartan Stadium last Saturday. The Hoosiers had scored a touchdown on their first possession, something many Spartan fans thought improbable, considering their defense is considered number one in the Big Ten, if not the entire country. Read More…