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Ward hires agent and declares for draft, Winston stays for senior season

Ward hires agent and declares for draft, Winston stays for senior season

Julian Mitchell, G&W Report Co-Host

April 19, 2019


Filed under A, Articles, Men's Basketball, MSU Sports, Sports

It’s everyone in college basketball’s favorite time of the year, the offseason. There may be no basketball left to play, but there are still moves being made by players that can have a huge affect on teams before things tip-off in November. On Friday, two Michigan State players made their announce...

MSU snags legacy four-star defensive back for 2020 class

MSU snags legacy four-star defensive back for 2020 class

Joe Dandron, Assistant Sports Director

April 18, 2019


Filed under Articles, Football, MSU Sports, Sports

Head coach Mark Dantonio has never been heralded for recruiting at the highest level, as the former safety has often been a diamond in the rough kind of guy. MSU and its recruiters often find talent where others often look away, turning two and three-star recruits into sometimes NFL-level prospects...

Positive takeaways from MSU soccer’s spring loss

Positive takeaways from MSU soccer’s spring loss

Ian Gilmour, Men's Soccer Beat Reporter

April 18, 2019


Filed under Articles, Men's Soccer, MSU Sports, Sports

EAST LANSING, Mich. - The inaugural Capital Cup match brought us the first look at what the Michigan State soccer side might look like against high-level competition come August. Albeit, they won’t face a side much better than Lansing Ignite FC all season, hence the 4-0 scoreline in favor of Lansing. ...

Warning Track – 4/18/19 – Thursday Blues

Warning Track – 4/18/19 – Thursday Blues

Luke Sloan, Assistant Sports Editor

April 18, 2019


Filed under Baseball, MSU Sports, Podcasts, Sports, Sports Podcasts, Warning Track

On this week's episode of Warning Track, the crew discusses MSU's struggles at Rutgers, along with the team's victory against Eastern Michigan. The show is then finished off with a look at Indiana and another round of game predictions. Follow @WDBMSports for more coverage of MSU baseball. ...

Spartans persevere through lengthy rain delay to down EMU

Spartans persevere through lengthy rain delay to down EMU

Luke Sloan, Assistant Sports Editor

April 17, 2019


Filed under Articles, Baseball, Game Recaps, MSU Sports, Sports

EAST LANSING, Mich. - What began as your average evening baseball game turned into a late-night marathon at McLane Stadium, as a 95-minute rain delay occurring after the third inning forced Michigan State’s contest against Eastern Michigan to resume at 9 p.m. This challenge would not prove to ...

Spartan Red Zone – 4/17/19 – Jersey Boys

Spartan Red Zone – 4/17/19 – Jersey Boys

Ryan Collins, Football Reporter

April 17, 2019


Filed under Football, Podcasts, Spartan Red Zone, Sports

Following the annual Michigan State spring game, the crew breaks down what happened on Saturday. The guys talk about the potential alternate uniforms and how the fanbase and players responded to their release. With a summer separating fans from the regular season, Ryan, Joe and Aidan also talk about...

Spartans fall victim to Wolverines’ offensive attack in rivalry game loss

Spartans fall victim to Wolverines’ offensive attack in rivalry game loss

Nathan Stearns, General Assignment Reporter

April 16, 2019


Filed under Articles, Game Recaps, MSU Sports, Softball, Sports

EAST LANSING, Mich. - One of the most well known adages in American culture is the idea that ‘’nothing is certain in this life but death and taxes.’’ For any alumni who have graduated from either Michigan State or the University of Michigan, another truth may be even more important. Whenev...

Weekend roundup: Spartans struggle at Rutgers, fail to sustain winning stretch

Weekend roundup: Spartans struggle at Rutgers, fail to sustain winning stretch

Luke Sloan, Assistant Sports Editor

April 16, 2019


Filed under Articles, Baseball, MSU Sports, Sports

EAST LANSING, Mich. - Michigan State entered its weekend series with the Rutgers Scarlet Knights on the team’s hottest stretch of the season, but would leave Piscataway, New Jersey with momentum pointing in the exact opposite direction. After the team emerged victorious in four of its last six games headed ...

Hamilton secures win in China, Red Bull-Honda continues to raise bar

Hamilton secures win in China, Red Bull-Honda continues to raise bar

Hikaru Kudo, Sports Broadcast Director

April 16, 2019


Filed under Articles, Professional Sports, Sports

EAST LANSING, Mich. - F 1000 didn’t turn out to be the race many expected to see. Fans expected chaos, crashes, hard-fought battles and Ferrari to take the lead. Instead, besides a minor clip on the first lap between Daniil Kvyat of Scuderia Toro Rosso-Honda and Lando Norris of McLaren-Renault i...

Four fixes for the Pistons after game one blowout

Four fixes for the Pistons after game one blowout

Trent Balley, Detroit Sports Columnist

April 15, 2019


Filed under Articles, Pistons, Professional Sports, Sports

To the surprise of few, the Detroit Pistons lost game one of their first-round playoff series with the Milwaukee Bucks. If there was a surprise, it perhaps came with how badly the Pistons lost… by 35 points. However, All-Star forward Blake Griffin was held out with some knee soreness, so the Pis...

Sidney Cooks is out, now what?

Sidney Cooks is out, now what?

Sam Britten, Women's Basketball Beat Reporter

April 15, 2019


Filed under Articles, MSU Sports, Sports, Women's Basketball

The WNBA draft generally occurs a short time after the NCAA tournament comes to a conclusion, and because of this, announcements from players on their decisions to play professionally come very quickly. Notre Dame’s Jackie Young, the first overall pick in this year’s draft, announced her decision ...

How the 2019 Pistons stack up with the Bad Boys

How the 2019 Pistons stack up with the Bad Boys

Trent Balley, Detroit Sports Columnist

April 15, 2019


Filed under Articles, Pistons, Professional Sports, Sports

The Detroit Pistons are back in the playoffs. For the first time since the 2015-16 season, and the first time in Little Caesars Arena history, postseason basketball has returned to the Motor City. Some fans are excited to watch David versus Goliath, the banged-up Pistons versus MVP frontrunner Giannis ...

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