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Sam Metry and Souichi Terada are still tired after men's basketball's loss to Duke on Tuesday but they're back to talk MSU football and the upcoming game against Maryland. Later on in the episode, they talk about the loss of Kenny Goins for MSU basketball.
It’s been one memorable ride for MSU’s seniors.
Whatever lies for MSU’s seniors upon conclusion of this season, they will have memories that will last a lifetime.
The sexual assault trial involving former MSU football players Donnie Corley, Josh King and Demetric Vance is delayed again.
If you’re the type of fan able to put a positive spin on MSU’s blowout loss to Ohio State, I’ll respect the hell out of that. The journey will be long. An honorable, noble task that should be celebrated, really.
Despite the blowout loss to Ohio State, the Spartans are ranked No. 17 in the third College Football Playoff ranking.
Between the Spartans and Buckeyes, going into their marquee, top-15 matchup, there were a number of similarities. For one, the records were the same. A 7-2 overall mark, 5-1 in the Big Ten, a chance at the Big Ten East crown for the conference foes.
Unsurprisingly, after a startling, deflating 48-3 loss to Ohio State, the Spartans have fallen. Hard.
No. 12 MSU lost 48-3 to No. 13 Ohio State on Saturday in Columbus.
For all the Spartans have accomplished this year, between a bounceback from 3-9 and real aspirations of a Big Ten title, head coach Mark Dantonio has time and again made one aspect clear — MSU has not played its best game of the season yet.
Here's helpful gameday information for Saturday's game:
Sam Metry, Souichi Terada and Colton Wood are back to talk about the joys of three and a half hour rain delays, Nick Bosa, and make their weekly Big Ten picks.
On Saturday, the Spartans face off against the Buckeyes on the road in Columbus, with the winner taking the lone spot at the top of the Big Ten East Division standings.
“It’s like a championship game; winner of this game controls their destiny, so it’s something we’re preaching,” linebacker Joe Bachie said. “We control our destiny throughout this whole month of November. So this is the next game, we got to go 1-0 this week.”
To better understand life in Ohio, The State News interviewed Colin Hass-Hill, sports editor for The Lantern, and asked him four questions on Ohio State football.
Shortly before the Spartans took to the field to face off against then-No. 7 Penn State last Saturday, MSU cornerback Josh Butler found out the news no child ever wants to hear.
Butler’s father had passed away suddenly, leaving Butler in a state of shock and sadness.
The Spartans come in at No. 12 in the latest poll, joined by No. 13 Ohio State and No. 14 Penn State, the Big Ten East foes all bunched up together.
Last week, Matt Coghlin went 1-for-3 last week against Northwestern, with both missed field goals hitting the uprights, leaving crucial points on the board late in the game.
Jump forward seven days to Saturday night and Coghlin is surrounded by his teammates after hitting a 32-yard field goal to tie it up 24-24, and hitting a 34-yard field goal as time expired to beat No. 7 Penn State, 27-24, and bring the Land-Grant Trophy back to East Lansing.
So let’s come together to rightfully acknowledge and crown this MSU offense for its desperate need to deliver down the stretch; shock a poor group of fans who just want a comfortable, blowout win.
The hype train known as Saquon Barkley finally made its stop in East Lansing.
“We had guys laying down, putting games on, college football in the locker rooms, they were watching college football.”