Jack Allen became just the fourth center in Michigan State football history to earn All-American honors, while Kurtis Drummond was named to the second team by USA TODAY.
The 6-foot-2-inch product of Hinsdale, Illinois, who is a biscuit shy of 300 pounds, led the Spartan offensive line with 16.5 dominators and his 75 knockdowns were good for second best. Allen also won Michigan State’s...
The big question surrounding the Michigan State football team going into this weeks game was how it would respond to last weeks disappointing loss to Ohio State. The Spartans proved they put the loss in the rearview mirror early on in the game, by controlling the ball and stifling the Terrapin offense. MSU possessed the ball for almost 21 minutes and held Maryland under 100 total...
“Happy” isn’t exactly the word associated with Chicago Bears safeties these days. Thus it’s time to look ahead to possible solutions in 2015.
Name: Kurtis Drummond
School: Michigan State
Weight: 200 lbs
One of the hardest things to find in the NFL draft is a safety who is good in coverage. Those...
You don’t have to beat the fact into the mind of Michigan State football coach Mark Dantonio that the game between his No. 7 Spartans and No. 3 Oregon Ducks this weekend is huge.
“It’s an exciting week for us this week,” Dantonio said. “A lot of things that you are going to experience this week whether as a coach or as a player, these are things that you anticipate...
Before Friday's season opener between the Michigan State and Jacksonville State the Gamecocks had to know they were going to be hurting a little more than usual on Saturday. Mismatches like this often mean the underdog is going to be feeling the pain (but grateful for the payday). Jacksonville State wide receiver Josh Barge is going to really be feeling the pain after landing on...
Inside the War Room: Safety Edition In this week’s Inside the War Room I look at the top safeties and kickers in the draft, name this week’s prospect of the week, and much more. Top Senior Safeties Kurtis Drummond Michigan State 6-1 200 Drummond is a big natural athlete who recorded 91 tackles, and […]
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Kurtis Drummond has been a starter at safety in the Spartan “No Fly Zone” for the past two seasons. To date, Kurtis has racked up 156 tackles and 8 interceptions.
In 2013, the safety was a first team All-Big Ten selection as well as an All-American honorable mention. Drummond will be returning to the Spartans for his senior season in 2014.
As soon as this season’s bowl schedule was released several weeks ago, we knew which game to circle on our calendars for hard hits — Michigan State-Stanford in the Rose Bowl. We haven’t been disappointed — the game has featured extremely physical plays and some bone-crushing tackles.
There was also, a massive, massive block by Stanford fullback Ryan Hewitt. Late in the fourth...