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Seven gameday afternoons every Fall, the Michigan State football team participates in its "Spartan Walk" across campus. Hundreds of fans border the East Lansing streets as the team travels from the Kellogg Center, across the Spartan Statue and into the Spartan Stadium tunnel, prepared to go to work against that week's adversaries.
After a hard fought game that resulted in a 1-1 tie and the Spartans unable to pick up the extra point in the shootout the night before, the skaters ran it back against No. 3 Notre Dame Saturday night looking for the same compete level, but a different result.
Michigan State ends its five-game losing streak in New Jersey, beating Rutgers 27-0. The Spartan offense showed energy, something it'd been lacking over the losing streak. Junior wide receiver Cody White was a crucial factor for MSU.
Prior to the game's start, before the players laced up their skates and made their way onto the ice, they started with a warm-up.
After winning the Big Ten and the Great Lakes Regional in back to back meets, the Spartans finished off the year in sixth place at the NCAA Championships in Terre Haute, Indiana.
Michigan State seals it first win since September, against Rutgers. The Spartans' determination for bowl eligibility took over, and they overcame the Scarlet Knights 27-0.
Friday evening Michigan State Ice Hockey (5-5-1) met with No. 3 Notre Dame (8-1-2) in the first game of their two-game series. The Spartans, fresh off a sweep of the Michigan Wolverines, looked to keep their success rolling.
After sweeping the Wolverines for the first time since 2009 last week, the Spartans (5-5) will look to stay hot, as they meet No. 3 Notre Dame (8-1-1) for a two game series at Munn Ice Arena.
Michigan State's losing streak hit a new low last Saturday in a 44-10 loss to Michigan. The Spartans took an early 7-0 lead in the first quarter, then the Wolverines poured it on with no signs of showing mercy. Now, Michigan State's losing streak is at five games. And with the Spartans sitting at 4-6, there is zero room for error. If the Spartans want to play in a bowl game, they must win their final two games, starting with Saturday's matchup against the Scarlet Knights.
The only time Michigan State was ineligible for a bowl game under coach Mark Dantonio was in 2016, when the Spartans went 3-9. They are cutting it close this season, going 5-6, with just one game left. MSU took down their first challenge on the road yesterday, 27-0, and will finish at home against Maryland next week.
The suspicions are confirmed.
As the weeks pass by and the losses pile up in Michigan State's disappointing year, it's been easy for fans to turn their attention to the future of next season.
Last year after competing in the NCAA Championships, the women’s cross country team took no time to reflect on what had happened, but rather look to what they needed to do to get to the next level.
Michigan State has 25 freshmen on its latest depth chart, ten of those being true freshmen. The Spartans played 12 true freshmen last week against Michigan, where they came up short 44-10. Although the inexperience and lack of veteran leadership is evident on the field, young players are taking advantage of the playtime.
Michigan State hockey has signed four recruits for the 2020-21 season, Head Coach Danton Cole announced on Wednesday. Pierce Charleson, Calvin Dybicz, Aiden Gallacher and Kristof Papp have all officially signed their National Letters of Intent, securing their spots on the team for next season.
A season to forget. That is what could sum up this season for men’s soccer. They could write the three win year off as an outlier; And should.
The No. 15 Spartans continue their hot start of the season by defeating in-state foe Oakland, 76-56. While the score may show a dominant effort, the Golden Grizzlies made the green and white grind for a win on their home court.
As Michigan State's struggling season continued its downward spiral with a blowout loss at Michigan on Saturday, Mark Dantonio faced ongoing questions about his future plans as the head coach of the Spartan football program.
Some much-needed speed will be back for Michigan State's offense in the form of sophomore wideout Jalen Nailor.
It was a big night for Cassius Winston.