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Michigan State Football Recruiting: Felton Davis III Film Breakdown

This week K’ylon and I take a look at the film for incoming wide receiver recruit, Felton Davis III. Felton is a composite 4-star recruit and is the 22nd ranked WR in the country. This young man brings a ton of talent to the MSU roster. K’ylon: A week ago we checked out the film for Khari Willis. This week we review a player who may break the huddle with him. WR Felton Davis...
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Michigan State Football: Mike Sadler career highlights

Sadler petting Bo Pelini’s imaginary cat. A four-year starter, Mike Sadler finished his career at Michigan State ranked near the top in school history in punts, punting yards, and punting average. He was a four-time Academic All-American, and earned first team All-American honors for his play in 2013. He was also a Ray Guy Award semi-finalist in 2013. Mike was more than just a...
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Michigan State Football recruiting: Matt Allen Commits to MSU

Matt Allen has decided to follow in the footsteps of his two older brothers, committing to Michigan State today. Allen, from Hinsdale, Illinois is a 3 star recruit and the sixth ranked Center in the country according to the 247 Composite rankings. He was drawing interest from Duke, Iowa, Illinois, Penn State, Missouri and Minnesota. For Allen, his brothers being at MSU helped in...
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Michigan State Football Recruiting: Auston Roberston Names Leader

Michigan State was able to get an early jump on their 2016 recruiting class by filling out their 2015 class early. Now, that is starting to pay dividends for the Spartans on the trail for the 2016 class. Four star 2016 Defensive End Auston Robertson, from Fort Wayne, Indiana, named Michigan State his leader. His top three in order are Michigan State, Ohio State, and Notre Dame. ...
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Mark Dantonio reacts to Trae Waynes’ 40-yard dash time (VIDEO)

Vine Michigan State cornerback Trae Waynes ran an official 4.31 40-yard dash which was good for the fastest of anyone in the 2015 NFL Combine.  To put it in perspective, the fastest officially electronically-recorded 40-yard dash at the Combine is Chris Johnson’s 4.24 in 2008.  So 4.31 is flying. Michigan State head coach Mark Dantonio wasn’t all that impressed.  Or was he? You tell me.
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Here’s Everything You Need To Know About Michigan State’s 2015 Recruiting Class

In four of the past five seasons, Michigan State has notched at least 11 victories. The Spartans took a big step Wednesday to ensuring continued success, notching the nation’s 22nd-ranked recruiting class, according to 247 Sports. Here’s everything you need to know about the Spartans’ class:  The class ranks No. 22 in the country, No. 3 in the Big Ten, by 247 Sports.  There...
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Michigan State’s Mark Dantonio Not Thrilled With Jim Harbaugh Question At Cotton Bowl Presser

As we found out earlier this year, Michigan State head coach Mark Dantonio isn’t a huge fan of Michigan’s program. So it should come as no surprise that during his team’s press conference ahead of its Cotton Bowl contest against Baylor, he wasn’t thrilled to be asked about the Wolverines’ new head coach Jim Harbaugh. He also reportedly told his team not to talk about Michigan...
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December 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Mark Dantonio Names Harlon Barnett And Mike Tressel As Michigan State’s Co-Defensive Coordinators

Michigan State lost its highly regarded defensive coordinator Pat Narduzzi to Pitt, but Mark Dantonio won’t be going outside of the program to find a new coordinator. Instead, two existing Spartans coaches will be taking over coordinator duties on Dantonio’s staff. Secondary coach Harlon Barnett and linebackers/special teams coach Mike Tressel, who have both been on Dantonio’s...
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December 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Video: An Upset Mark Dantonio Goes Off About “Little Brother Stuff”

Michigan State head coach Mark Dantonio’s Spartans were dominant today in their performance against rival Michigan, but after the game, he MSU headman was not all smiles. In his post-game press conference, Dantonio explained why his team scored in the final minute despite holding a 17-point lead and went on a rant about all of the “little brother stuff” that Michigan has been...
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October 25, 2014  |  Discuss

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