Michigan State takes its first step in beginning the 2020 football season by starting fall camp Friday, Aug. 7.
Big Ten football student-athletes are asking for enhanced COVID-19 safety protocols as the NCAA sets more guidelines for fall sports.
Michigan State announces 16 new student-athlete COVID-19 cases and four new staff member cases after a new round of testing last week.
MSU football will not be able to take the field for two weeks after a staff member tested positive for COVID-19.
Michigan State football announced late Wednesday that the program would be pausing their workouts after one staff member had tested positive for COVID-19.
The Michigan State Athletic Department has announced temporary pay cuts for any staff member making $100,000 or greater for the next year. In addition, MSU Athletic Director Bill Beekman will be taking a 10% pay cut, along with head men’s basketball coach Tom Izzo and head football coach Mel Tucker each taking a 7% pay cut.
Big Ten Commissioner Kevin Warren answers the burning questions on whether college sports will return this fall, what the conference-only schedule could look like and much more.
In addition to pausing the sale of football student ticket plans, the MSU Athletic Department has outlined what they are considering for fans looking to visit Spartan Stadium this fall.
MSU Athletic Director Bill Beekman said the plan is to give students the priority for tickets if fans are allowed into Spartan Stadium for football, but would students feel safe doing so?
After losing spring practices, the Division I Oversight Committee proposed a plan that will allow teams to begin practices three weeks earlier than usual.
Students, season ticket holders and major donors have priority to get the 20-30% of seats in Spartan Stadium if the season goes as currently planned. Students, how do you feel about returning to the stadium?
A U.S. District Court Judge has dismissed an ongoing lawsuit from Curtis Blackwell against Mark Dantonio and other MSU officials.
There's been a rise in fan energy surrounding MSU football, even during a global pandemic. The question is, how?