The MSU football team has lost what seems like a player-a-day to injury or ineligibility, but at least its linebacker picture was cleared-up as the team concluded its second preseason scrimmage Tuesday.
Vanilla Rice and Racy Lacy know whats up with Saturdays games The Spartans are undefeated, head coach Bobby Williams has only snapped at one reporter since school has started, and everyones gearing up for another exciting season.
For the past two weeks, the MSU football team survived grueling two-a-day practices, complete with countless sprints in 90-degree heat and intense sessions in the weight room. All that hard work raised many players expectations for the season and the mediocre pre-season media predictions have left some of them miffed.
With only two weeks before the season kicks off Sept. 8 against Central Michigan, the MSU football team has some holes to patch. The team took a big hit last week when senior tight end Chris Baker and senior linebacker Ivory McCoy both suffered long-term injuries during non-contact drills. Baker tore the meniscus cartilage in his left knee Aug.
I dont know what Im doing. Usually I dont admit so openly to that - I let the reader make that fairly obvious deduction based on my work. But now Im charged with predicting the final order of finish of the Big Tens 11 football teams and Im way overmatched. Have you seen these teams?