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Michigan State Spartans Football

Michigan State Spartans Football

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  1. Ohio State lost its star quarterback, but guess what: Ohio State also lost to Michigan State last year. It’s the Spartans, not the Buckeyes, who represent the Big Ten ... FULL ARTICLE AT Raleigh News & Observer

  2. Reggie Gallaspy is getting closer to making his college decision. The 2015 Greensboro (N.C.) Southern Guilford running back gave Scout.com the latest. FULL ARTICLE AT Scout.com

  1. Canton GlenOak senior tailback Jason Simon will be entering his third year as a starter for the Golden Eagles. Although he holds no offers to date, Simon is on the ... FULL ARTICLE AT Scout.com

  2. SpartanDigest takes a look at the most indispensable players for Michigan State this season. Cracking into the single-digit rankings is a tough offensive lineman in the middle. FULL ARTICLE AT Scout.com

  3. [slideshow_deploy id='129099'] FULL ARTICLE AT Rant Sports

  1. RantSports College Football Rankings: No. 2 Michigan State Spartans

    Ten years ago, you would have never considered the Michigan State Spartans a football school nor even one that had a remote shot to win multiple Big Ten titles. However ... FULL ARTICLE AT Rant Sports

  2. Greendale had a scare in their season opener, but junior linebacker Tristian Pipp helped them pull it off and showed why colleges need to be aware of him. FULL ARTICLE AT Scout.com

  3. SpartanDigest takes a look at the most indispensable players for Michigan State this season. No. 10 brings a junior wide receiver hoping to break out -- which the Spartans would gladly ... FULL ARTICLE AT Scout.com

  4. Five-star running back Kareem Walker, the No. 1 rated player at his position of in the 2016 class, visited Ohio State, Michigan and Rutgers. FULL ARTICLE AT Scout.com

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The Michigan State Spartans football program competes in NCAA Division I-A and the Big Ten Conference. Michigan State has won or shared a total of 6 national championships (1951, 1952, 1955, 1957, 1965, and 1966), two Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association championships (1903 and 1905), and 6 Big Ten championships (1953, 1965, 1966, 1978, 1987, and 1990). Currently 24 former Spartans are... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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