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When former longtime Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delaney stepped down in the beginning of the new year, the Big Ten decided to make a decision that would create several firsts when they decided to appoint a tenured Minnesota Vikings executive, Kevin Warren. Warren is not only the first ever African American commissioner of the Big Ten, he is also the first African American to ever hold the position in any of the "Power Five" conferences.
Michigan State men’s tennis was dominated by the #25 Arizona State Sun Devils, losing 7-0.
The No. 19 Michigan State hockey team (14-13-1) bounced back in a big way Saturday night, taking down Minnesota (13-11-4) 4-2 to salvage a weekend series split.
“We had a lot of adrenaline going into the game,” junior forward Xavier Tillman said. “Everybody was ready to play. It was just tough to make shots. You could just tell it was just going to be a tough night to make shots early on. We only had 23 points in the first half. My open threes weren't really going.”
Michigan State women's tennis after trailing early, bounced back and defeated the Xavier Musketeers 4-1 Saturday morning.
ANN ARBOR — In what started as an offensive catastrophe, with MSU and Michigan combining for a total of six points in the first six minutes of the match-up, the Wolverines found the answer from the three-point line, and took the second rivalry meeting of the season, 77-68.
The red-hot Minnesota Golden Gophers (13-10-4) extended their winning streak to six Friday night, taking down No. 19 Michigan State (13-13-1) by a score of 4-1.
Even before coach Tom Izzo called a 7:30 a.m. meeting the morning after dropping its second straight to Penn State and proceeded to have a practice full of “energy,” a focal point of late, you could get a sense Michigan State had a grasp on its recent struggles ahead of its rematch with Michigan Saturday at 12 p.m.
Know Thy Enemy is a weekly Q&A where the perspective changes from the eyes of The State News to the eyes of the student newspaper of Michigan State basketball's opponent.
Following a week off, the No. 19 Michigan State hockey team (13-12-1) will hit the road this weekend to take on Minnesota (12-10-4) in a two-game set at Mariucci Arena. Game one will start at 8 p.m. Friday night, followed by game two at 6 p.m. Saturday night.
Former Michigan State wide receiver and current NFL player Bennie Fowler III released his first book last month, titled “Silver Spoon: The Imperfect Guide to Success.”
In the midst of his second season on the team, sophomore defender Dennis Cesana is quietly becoming one of the better all-around defenders in college hockey, hoping to help lead No. 19 Michigan State into the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2012. But how did the Providence, Rhode Island native end up in East Lansing?
The Michigan State Spartans (1-4-0) and the Rutgers Scarlet Knights (1-4-0) gymnastics teams are slated for an in-conference dual Saturday, Feb. 8, both desperate to dig themselves out of equal losing streaks.
One voice stood out to senior guard Cassius Winston in a Breslin Center crowd that struck near deafening all night.
Mark Dantonio approached his retirement press conference Tuesday with the same defiance he has attacked every challenge he has faced during his 13 years at Michigan State.
No. 16 Michigan State (16-7, 8-4 Big Ten) fell to No. 22 Penn State (17-5, 7-4 Big ten), 75-70, at the Breslin Center on Tuesday night.
Mark Dantonio stunned the Michigan State community when he announced his retirement via Twitter Feb. 4. In 13 years as coach, Dantonio became the all-time winningest coach in MSU history and notched quite a list of accomplishments at MSU including a Rose Bowl, a College Football Playoff appearance and three Big Ten championships.
Michigan State football coach Mark Dantonio resigned from his position Tuesday in an announcement on Twitter. He will continue on in an unspecified role in the athletic department, for which he will be compensated $1 million for a term of one year.
All chapters must close, and all stories must end. A story closed Tuesday, for Michigan State football coach Mark Dantonio. Dantonio announced that he will no longer be the head coach for the Spartans, in a letter via his twitter.