Monthly Archives: November 2012

Busy weekend on tap in East Lansing

Another busy weekend is on tap around campus with the MSU men’s and women’s basketball teams being home for a doubleheader and the hockey team having a home weekend series. Here’s a look at what’s ahead.

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Big Ten in position for 4th straight challenge win; favorite Jenison moments?

The Big Ten is in position to win its fourth straight ACC/Big Ten after winning four of the six matchups on Tuesday night. The conference showed its basketball strength, getting big wins by top-ranked Indiana over North Carolina and then … Continue reading

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Weekly look at MSU football recruits

Grand Rapids Christian junior wide receiver Drake Harris was one of the big stories of the Michigan state football finals over the weekend at Ford Field. He delivered a record-setting performance to help Grand Rapids Christian capture the Division 3 … Continue reading

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Le’Veon Bell leads MSU’s all-conference selections

Junior running back Le’Veon Bell highlighted the All-Big Ten selections for the Michigan State football team, being selected to the first team by both the media and coaches Monday. Bell ranks third nationally and first in the Big Ten in … Continue reading

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Bell named Big Ten offensive player of week

Michigan State junior running back Le‚ÄôVeon Bell was named the Big Ten offensive player of the week for the third time this season on Monday. Bell shared the weekly honor with Purdue quarterback Robert Marve. Bell, who also was named … Continue reading

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MSU weekend recap: On turnovers, defense, dancing and bowling

Other than the hockey team off, this was clearly one of the busiest weekends in the MSU sports calendar for the season. And despite some trepidation in a few sports, it was also a very successful one. Let’s look at … Continue reading

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Halftime update: MSU 33, Louisana-Lafayette 27

Brandan Kearney already has a career high and is showing the kind of outside touch MSU is missing without Gary Harris and Travis Trice.

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MSU men’s basketball: Spartans vs. Louisiana-Lafayette

Still without two guard, MSU will face a tough test today against Louisiana-Lafayette.

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MSU women’s basketball game blog: Spartans 68 Robert Morris 35

The Michigan State women’s basketball team will try to move to to 5-0 on the season as it takes on winless Robert Morris at the Breslin Center. Stay here with updates on the game. A little reading to get you … Continue reading

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MSU football: Spartans face must-win against Minnesota today

A season that began with lofty expectations and the hopes of reaching the Rose Bowl has now come down to a one-game playoff for the MSU football team. The Spartans are in Minneapolis for a must-win contest today (3:30 pm., … Continue reading

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