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No. 10 MSU (8-2 overall, 5-1 Big Ten) will return to Spartan Stadium Saturday to take on Rutgers (6-4 overall, 2-4 Big Ten) for its final home game of the 2014 season. Head coach Mark Dantonio addressed the media Tuesday and talked about senior day, off the field incidents and injuries during his weekly press conference.
No. 10 MSU got a much-needed bounce back victory Saturday, topping the Maryland Terrapins, 37-15, from Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium. The Spartans used a stifling defensive performance and powerful rushing attack to bulldoze to another road conference win.
No. 10 MSU (8-2 overall, 5-1 Big Ten) got knocked down against No. 7 Ohio State (9-1 overall, 6-0 Big Ten)mtg when they lost 49-37 Nov. 8
With the final whistle Saturday in College Park, Maryland, it was officially time for MSU’s seniors to focus on one final game at Spartan Stadium.
No. 12 MSU (8-2 overall, 5-1 Big Ten) rebounded from last week’s disappointing loss to knock off Maryland (6-4 overall, 3-3 Big Ten), 37-15, from Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium on Saturday night.The Spartans were led by a stout defensive performance, holding the Terrapins to only 252 total yards and 11 first downs.
No. 12 MSU football will enter uncharted territory on Saturday — College Park, Maryland.
Football reporters Robert Bondy and Geoff Preston preview MSU football's matchup against Maryland on Saturday.
Football beat writers Geoff Preston and Robert Bondy predict the outcome of MSU football's match against Maryland on Saturday.
At times, football is an unforgiving game.
It’s been nearly a week since No. 12 MSU’s playoff hopes and dreams were slashed by No. 8 Ohio State and the Spartans are now left picking up the pieces.
MSU football reporters Robert Bondy and Geoff Preston discuss the most recent College Football Playoff rankings and possible bowl destinations for the Spartans this off-season.
The loss to No. 8 Ohio State has put to bed any hope of playing in the College Football Playoff for No. 12 MSU, but that doesn’t mean the Spartans won’t have a nice trip for a bowl game this post-season.
Junior linebacker Darien Harris has had an eventful week. The native of Silver Springs, Md. has been working the phones to ensure that as many of his family and friends are able to go to College Park, Md. to see No. 12 MSU (7-2 overall, 4-1 Big Ten) take on Maryland (6-3 overall, 3-2 Big Ten).
The mood was different this week when Mark Dantonio stepped up to the podium for his weekly press conference, following No. 12 MSU’s (7-2 overall, 4-1 Big Ten) 49-37 loss to No. 8 Ohio State (8-1 overall, 5-0 Big Ten).
The MSU student section has been under fire this season for poor attendance at home football games, and athletic director Mark Hollis is searching for a solution.Before Saturday’s game against Ohio State, Hollis told ABC 57 that he is looking into the possibility of heating the student section at Spartan Stadium.Hollis previously displayed disappointment in the student section after fans had emptied the section by the end of the Nebraska game.
No. 12 MSU football fell on Saturday, losing to No. 8 Ohio State, 49-37, at Spartan Stadium. The loss was spurred by an impressive performance from Buckeye freshman quarterback J.T. Barrett and ultimately killed any hopes and dreams of MSU qualifying for the inaugural College Football Playoff this postseason.
On Sunday, Alpha Phi sorority hosted their second annual “Capture A-Phi” philanthropy flag football game to raise money for the Alpha Phi Foundation, which supports women’s heart health.
The dream is over.
I woke up on Sunday morning thinking about what I had witnessed the evening before at Spartan Stadium and realized it would be easy to write how the season is lost. That all of the goals are off the table. And MSU can simply pack it in until next fall. But that’s not the case.