Michigan State begins spring practices this week and the quarterback position likely will gain the most attention.
Pass rush specialist Brandon Jordan is on his way to the NFL, joining the Seattle Seahawks in a similar role after two seasons with the Spartans. The Detroit Free Press confirmed Jordan's departure.
In a press conference Wednesday morning, Michigan State football welcomed a host of new faces to the program, including defensive line head coach Diron Reynolds, a couple of transfer portal additions and a few early enrollees.
Redshirt sophomore defensive back Khary Crump has been sentenced to 12 months of probation and 80 hours of community service for the misdemeanor assault charges filed after the incident in Michigan’s player tunnel.
Reynolds comes to East Lansing from Stanford where he spent the last seven seasons as the defensive line coach. During his career, Reynolds has won a Super Bowl ring with the Indianapolis Colts, coached multiple championship teams and worked with All-Americans and All-Pro players.
According to multiple reports, Big Ten Commissioner Kevin Warren will exit his role with the conference to become CEO and President of the Chicago Bears.
Coleman was hired last February from Georgia Tech after serving two seasons as their defensive end/linebackers coach.
Brule had a strong finish to the 2022 season, making 18 tackles and three sacks in the final four games.
Senior LB/DL Jacoby Windmon stated he will forgo the NFL draft and return to the Spartans next season. The announcement comes as an early Christmas present to the Spartan defense that struggled mightily during the 2022 season.
Aside from Crump, all players suspended from the team following the incident were since reinstated.
In addition to discussing the 2023 recruiting class, Tucker said he has no plans to make any changes to the coaching staff at this time.
The college football early signing period is officially here. Follow along for updates from the 2023 recruiting class.
A Michigan Court of Claims judge has ordered MSU to turn over the agreements between the university and the donors to the Detroit Free Press within 10 days.
Rutgers' Adam Korsak is the winner of the Ray Guy Award, given to the nation's top punter.