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Outgoing Michigan State football seniors still in need of 'statement game'

EAST LANSING — Michigan State’s outgoing seniors have yet to play their “statement game,” and 2014 has yet to be cast as a successful or disappointing season. 91 more words

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Michigan State moves up to No. 11 in College Football Playoff rankings, positioned to secure New Year's bowl

EAST LANSING — Michigan State moved up from No. 12 to No. 11 in the College Football Playoff selection committee rankings released Tuesday night on ESPN2. 171 more words

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Report: Mark Dantonio Is Second Highest Paid In College Football Behind Nick Saban

By: Evan Jankens

Ric Flair said it best: “To be the man, you have to beat the man.”

Mark Dantonio hasn’t exactly been able to beat the man yet, but he most certainly is being paid like he did. 101 more words


Four Big Ten coaches among 10 highest-paid in college football

USA TODAY released its annual list of NCAA college football coaches salaries Wednesday, and the Big Ten has four of the 10 highest-paid coaches.

Michigan State’s Mark Dantonio comes in at No. 137 more words

Mark Dantonio aiming Michigan State at elite bowl, Senior Day opponent Rutgers in the way

EAST LANSING — Mark Dantonio’s not exactly sure what these retooled bowls of the previously designated “BCS” level are called. He’s prone to refer to them as “Power Six.” But he knows for sure he wants Michigan State to play in one. 105 more words

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5 things to watch: A loss to Rutgers on Senior Day would spoil Michigan State's season

EAST LANSING — Michigan State’s seniors will take to their home turf at Spartan Stadium one final time at noon Saturday in a football game that might not be as easy as it appears on the surface. 116 more words

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Rutgers coach Flood cites MSU as model

Of the two Big Ten newcomers coming Michigan State’s way in consecutive weeks, Rutgers is more of a Big Ten team — or at least the traditional, MSU-preferred definition of a Big Ten team. 136 more words

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