Monthly Archives: January 2013

Previewing today’s MSU basketball games

It’s game day for both the Michigan State men’s and women’s basketball teams. MSU’s men host Illinois at 7 p.m. (ESPN) at Breslin Center, while the Spartan women take on Northwestern at Welsh-Ryan Arena at 8 p.m. (WJIM 1240-AM).

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Big Ten basketball weekly power rankings

Here is the fourth installment of the weekly Big Ten basketball power rankings.

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MSU stays steady in AP poll, moves up in coaches

In a week that featured a narrow road win over Wisconsin and a road loss to Indiana, the Michigan State men’s basketball team didn’t lose any ground in this week’s polls.

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Recapping an eventful (and frustrating) MSU weekend

Keith Appling’s foul with a little more than five minutes left proved to be Michigan State’s eventual undoing. However, Sunday’s 75-70 loss to Indiana should go down as one of the more entertaining Spartan basketball games in years.

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MSU women’s basketball game log: No. 25 Spartans vs. No. 15 Purdue

Follow along here as the No. 25-ranked Michigan State women’s basketball team faces No. 15 Purdue at 4 p.m at Breslin Center. The game can also be viewed on ESPN2.

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Ted Gill not returning to MSU football staff

MSU announced this evening that defensive line coach Ted Gill will not return for the 2013 season. “Ted Gill’s contract runs through March 31, 2013, and will not be renewed,” MSU coach Mark Dantonio said in a release. “He has … Continue reading

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DiNardo analyzes MSU recruits; publication high on Spartans

We’re less than two weeks away from national signing day for college football prospects. Big Ten college football analyst Gerry DiNardo has taken to Twitter with his take on some of the incoming MSU football recruits.

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Former Spartan Enos gets contract extension at CMU

Former Michigan State player and assistant coach Dan Enos has been given an contract extension by Central Michigan After leading the Chippewas to a bowl game this past season, Enos received a four-year contract extension today from CMU athletic director … Continue reading

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Spartans remaining focused despite jump into rankings

As their success has continued to mount this season, the question constantly posed to Michigan State women’s basketball teams players was whether they deserved to be ranked. MSU junior guard Klarissa Bell thought so in early January and then after … Continue reading

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Izzo looking for more from guards

Adreian Payne is emerging as a dominant force inside. Branden Dawson is starting to round into the form he displayed in the late stages of his freshman season.

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