Monthly Archives: June 2013

Catching up with incoming WR Trey Kilgore

Incoming freshman Trey Kilgore joins the logjam at wide receiver when he arrives on campus this weekend. The three-star recruit from Cincinnati St. Xavier talks about how he’s prepared for his arrival to East Lansing, fitting in at receiver and … Continue reading

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Highly regarded lineman picks Ohio State over MSU, Michigan

Michigan State missed out on adding a big piece to its 2014 recruiting class Thursday. Highly regarded Chicago De La Salle offensive lineman Jamarco Jones chose Ohio State over MSU and Michigan during a ceremony at his school. Jones is … Continue reading

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College basketball rules changes approved

Changes in how charge/block calls are made in men’s basketball and a 10-second rule in the backcourt for women’s basketball were approved by the NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel during a teleconference Monday.

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An interview with incoming freshman DT Devyn Salmon

Incoming Michigan State freshman defensive tackle Devyn Salmon is scheduled to arrive on campus today as he begins preparations for his first season. We caught up with the Plant City, Fla., native for a quick interview as he gets ready … Continue reading

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Kyle Kerrick leaving MSU football program

Michigan State announced today that redshirt freshman wide receiver Kyle Kerrick has requested and been granted a release from his scholarship. Kerrick, who is from Coatesville, Pa., is the second player to leave the program this offseason. Receiver/tight end  Juwan … Continue reading

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Pair of California bowls added to Big Ten lineup

The Big Ten has added a few more bowl destinations in California. The conference announced on Monday six-year partnerships with the Holiday Bowl and Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl that run from 2014-19. Both bowls will match up the Big Ten … Continue reading

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MSU in good shape in NCAA’s latest APR report

Michigan State’s student-athletes are faring well in the classroom according to the latest Academic Progress Rate, which was released Tuesday by the NCAA. The men’s tennis team and gymnastics team each had perfect scores of 1,000 to lead the way … Continue reading

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Catching up with former MSU golfer Matt Harmon

Former Michigan State All-American Matt Harmon is one of two former Spartans that will be in the field for this week’s U.S. Open Championship at Merion Golf Club in Ardmore, Pa.

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Bell, Powers, Rohl named MSU’s Alderton winners

Le’Veon Bell’s standout season on the football field has led to him earning Michigan State’s top athletic honor.

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Dantonio talks stadium project, QBs, Riley Bullough

A major renovation to the north end zone area of Spartan Stadium is expected to be approved later this month. And the pending project has helped a little on the recruiting trail, MSU football coach Mark Dantonio said when asked … Continue reading

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