The MSU and University of Michigan rivalry is arguably one of the biggest rivalries in sports, academics and anything else you can possibly imagine within the state of Michigan. There’s very little love lost between the fans and students of the two universities, causing a lot of bad blood.
The Michigan State men's basketball team has several returning key players for the 2018-19 season, but there are still some questions being raised about the projected starting lineup.
If you’re still trying to figure out who you want to live with, which gets easier and easier every year, I — the elder senior — can help guide you on where you should live during your four years at Michigan State.
On Saturday afternoon, then-No. 20 Michigan State had an opportunity to prepare itself for the next two weeks against No. 11 Penn State and No. 15 Michigan.
When No. 20 MSU was leading 31-3 with 4:18 left in the third quarter Saturday against Central Michigan, it looked like the Spartans were going to finally blow out an opponent. And then the fourth quarter happened.
In their Big Ten season opener, the Spartans either could have regained momentum after the bye week and falling to Arizona State, or went back to their winning ways. They went with the former, beating Indiana, 35-21, at Memorial Stadium.
Youth has not proven to be an issue for the Spartans this season thus far. But now, Big Ten competition awaits, starting with a matchup with Iowa (8-3) on Friday. But if you asked the Spartans what their confidence level is heading into conference play, they would tell you it's through the roof.
Former Michigan State running back Le'Veon Bell has yet to play a game for the Pittsburg Steelers amidst an on-going contract dispute with the team.
A loss at Indiana to start off Big Ten play could be the beginning of a much different season than originally anticipated for MSU.
The Spartans' upcoming bye week will give them some much-needed time to correct some of their flaws, shown in their Saturday night loss to No. 23 Arizona State.
Michigan State was able to defeat Utah State in the home opener. But the Aggies might have exposed some issues for the Spartans.
After a huge turnaround from MSU football's 2016 3-9 football season to a 2017 10-3 record, the hype is still there, but now the question being asked is if the team and head coach Mark Dantonio will continue on their successful run.