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Michigan State senior right tackle Jordan Reid announced via Twitter that he would be opting-out of the 2020 season, citing COVID-19 concerns. Reid also said that he will returning next year as a fifth-year senior after earning his degree this December.
The start of the Mel Tucker era has been "very unique” according to the man himself. Other than watching some tape from prior games and some workouts, Tucker hasn’t seen a football in the hand of any of his players as fall camp is finally set to begin on Friday, Aug. 7. With a month to go until the first scheduled game in the upcoming conference-only season, there’s only one goal for Michigan State football.
The Big Ten is attempting to piece together an altered college football season in the midst of a global pandemic, and for the first time, there is a plan in place.
Hours after the Big Ten released the 2020 conference-only season schedule, Michigan State's starting defensive tackle Jacub Panasiuk announced via Twitter that he would be opting out of the 2020 season.
The effort to make fall college sports a reality continues as a group of more than 1,000 Big Ten football players have released a proposal in the Players Tribune named “#BigTenUnited” asking for more “common-sense” COVID-19 safety protocols, economic assistance, and accountability measures.
The Big Ten has released its plan and schedule for the upcoming football season that will include 10 games versus six division opponents and four outside-the-division opponents.
After the departure of Xavier Tillman to the NBA Draft, Michigan State head basketball coach Tom Izzo has given redshirt junior guard Jack Hoiberg the team’s final scholarship.
On July 30-31, MSU tested 127 student-athletes and seven have tested positive for COVID-19 with zero new cases among the 50 staff members tested.
If this were Game of Thrones, Enoch Boakye would be the King of the North.
Michigan State basketball's Xavier Tillman announced Sunday he will keep his name in the 2020 NBA draft instead of playing for what would be his senior season.
2022 five-star center Enoch Boakye announced his commitment to Michigan State on Instagram Live, joining Emoni Bates in MSU head basketball coach Tom Izzo’s 2022 recruiting class.
He is the No. 1-rated recruit in the class of 2022 and has been one of just seven high school athletes ever to earn a perfect rating from 247sports composite rankings. If you live in the sports world and don’t know a high school junior basketball player’s name, it usually means you’re living under a rock. This is one of those cases.
From July 20-24, Michigan State conducted COVID-19 testing on 122 student-athletes, resulting in 16 positive tests and four positive tests for athletic staff members. The two staff members and one student-athlete who had tested positive last week were included in those numbers.
After shutting down voluntary practices when one football staff member tested positive for COVID-19, another football staff member has tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday, which led the football program to ask all members of the football team to quarantine or isolate for the next two weeks.
Life without sports from March until the end of June when the NWSL and Premier League restarted was a rough time for myself and many sports fans across the world.
Michigan State football announced late Wednesday that the program would be pausing workouts after one staff member had tested positive for COVID-19.
Michigan State University athletics announced temporary pay cuts Thursday for any staff member making $100,000 or greater for the next year. MSU Athletic Director Bill Beekman will be taking a 10% pay cut, head men’s basketball coach Tom Izzo and head football coach Mel Tucker will each take a 7% pay cut.
Lightning never strikes the same place twice … or at least that’s how the saying is supposed to go, but not in East Lansing, not for Tom Izzo and Michigan State basketball.
This week on the State News Sports Roundtable, host Eli McKown is joined by Sara Tidwell and Jayna Bardahl to discuss what the Big Ten's conference-only schedule could mean for MSU, football, the non-revenue sports and much more. Also, it's MSU campus trivia time!
The Big Ten became the first big domino to fall in making a change to the upcoming fall college sports schedule when the conference decided that they would be participating in a conference-only schedule for the fall. The one heading up that decision is Big Ten Commissioner Kevin Warren, who was appointed to the position in June of last year.