The turnaround is complete.
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The turnaround is complete.
What a season it’s been for the Spartans.
From 3-9 to 9-3 — the Spartans have come a long way.
As the hourglass on Damion Terry’s MSU career comes trickling to a close, his cumulative stats won’t pop off the page.
Following a 17-7 win over Maryland on Senior Day, MSU has inched up the College Football Playoff rankings. The Spartans are now No. 16 in the poll, up from No. 17 last week.
Thanksgiving weekend holds a special place in my heart. It's not because I get to skip class and consume thousands of calories completely disregarding my club sports team.
Senior running back Gerald Holmes knew there was football still left to play this season, but following MSU’s 17-7 win over Maryland, it was hard for him not to recognize the meaning of Saturday's game.
Through heavy rain Saturday, MSU’s offense, led by a dominant rushing attack, charged down the field on the Spartans’ opening possession and found the end zone on an 11-play, 69-yard scoring drive that was capped off by a 2-yard rush by LJ Scott.
As head coach Mark Dantonio took the podium following his team’s 17-7 win over Maryland, he cracked a joke. Which he does on occasion, believe it or not.
Through the rain, wintry mix and heavy snow, the Spartans’ run game rebounded from a dismal outing last weekend against Ohio State as No. 17 MSU defeated Maryland 17-7 Saturday in the Spartans‘ last home game of the season.
The Spartans and fans had to endure another game where the weather unforgivingly played a role — but no matter. MSU took care of business winning its eight game of the year, defeating Maryland 17-7.
The Spartans no longer control their own destiny in the Big Ten Conference, but the team will look to send its seniors out on top in their last home game of their Spartan careers.
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.
Despite the blowout loss to Ohio State, the Spartans are ranked No. 17 in the third College Football Playoff ranking.
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.
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.
It’s been one memorable ride for MSU’s senior class.
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.