President Stanley sits down with The State News to discuss the return of Big Ten Football, his COVID-19 concerns, and what made him and other Presidents change their vote on the upcoming season.
Michigan State football begins the much anticipated 2020 football season this Saturday against Rutgers.
The State News spoke with sports reporter Dylan McCoy of The Daily Targum to dive into Saturday's matchup between MSU and Rutgers.
"Meat and potatoes" and physicality is the focus for the Michigan State Spartans heading into week one against Rutgers.
A group of 12 mayors from several Big Ten school communities — including East Lansing Mayor Aaron Stephens and Lansing Mayor Andy Schor — signed a letter to Big Ten Conference officials requesting practical measures to ensure safety from COVID-19 as the beginning of football season nears.
Former MSU football chaplain Father Jake Foglio died Monday, Oct. 5 at the age of 91. His lasting impact was profound, as players, coaches and fellow clergymen remembered his words, life and friendship.
Michigan State football beat writers Joe Dandron and Brendan Gumbel predict how the season will play out for the Spartans.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to take its toll financially on different athletic departments across the country, Dantonio is now a victim of an agreed upon furlough.
After showing flashes of solid production last season, Beesley hopes he can fully tap into his potential in 2020.
The decision was made based on the health and safety of Spartans amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Additionally, MSUPD officers will strictly enforce University Ordinance 21.03.
President Samuel L. Stanley Jr. sent an email to students Tuesday afternoon regarding the looming start of Big Ten football.