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SAN DIEGO — For all the goodwill, the optimism, the sheer faith the Spartan football team injected into its fans in 2017, there were always the buts, the what ifs. The minuscule cracks in the armor, in other words. The flaws a pessimist could point at and dig into, revealing a sometimes bitter truth.
SAN DIEGO — Just like he has for his entire football career, quarterback Damion Terry received the snap. Just another play, much like the thousands he’s seen over practices and games.
After No. 16 MSU beat No. 18 Washington State in dominating fashion in Thursday night's Holiday Bowl, junior running back LJ Scott announced on the Fox Sports 1 postgame show that he'll be returning to East Lansing for his senior season.
SAN DIEGO — A slow start had Spartan fans squirming in their seats amid a freezing tundra, but the offense exploded for its season-high point total en route to a blowout Holiday Bowl win.
SAN DIEGO — With football finally back, follow along with The State News as No. 16 MSU takes on No. 18 Washington State in the Holiday Bowl.
SAN DIEGO — It's certainly been a minute but MSU football is finally back for the last time this season.
SAN DIEGO - Despite the moans and groans of Spartan fans around the nation, there are arguably worse places to be than sunny San Diego.
Know Thy Enemy is a weekly Q&A where the perspective changes, from the eyes of the Spartans to the eyes of MSU football’s next foe. The State News asks the opposing team's student newspaper a few questions and see football through a different lens.
SAN DIEGO - It’s time — finally.
National Signing Day wasn't early-February like most years, but it came and went by nonetheless for MSU. And there was no drama, as all 20 expected recruits signed with the Spartans.
As football teams across the country take a break from their impending bowl game, thousands of high school students will see their dream come true as they sign their Letter of Intent for National Signing Day.
Between the waves of optimism and the endless gushing of a young MSU core, there was a select group of Spartans guiding their underclassmen counterparts along the way.
As news circulated MSU was passed up for U-M in its bowl game Sunday — the Spartans heading to the Holiday Bowl, Wolverines to Outback — there were some murmurs on the Internet.
It's officially official, the No. 16 Spartans are headed to a bowl.
Buy your tickets and pack your bags because MSU is headed to San Diego for the Holiday Bowl.
Sam Metry and Souichi Terada are back to briefly talk about MSU's victory over Rutgers and then get into looking at the Spartans season as a whole.
After announcing the All-Big Ten teams for defense and special teams Tuesday — the offense has arrived.
After a long, successful 12-game slate for Big Ten teams around the Midwest — and parts of the East coast now — the All-Big Ten teams have been announced.
MSU is being sued regarding its handling of a sexual assault report from 2015. The lawsuit, filed Sunday by "Jane Doe," alleges MSU mishandled her sexual assault complaint against former MSU football player Keith Mumphery.
The turnaround is complete.