EAST LANSING — Regardless of which side gets the ball first in what coach Mark Dantonio is calling a “program game,” Michigan State senior Tony Lippett will be starting Saturday. 191 more words
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Three things we learned about Michigan State
Free Press sports writer Joe Rexrode breaks down three lessons learned Saturday:
• The Spartans are going to do what they do: When you’re strong up front on both sides of the ball, there’s a lot less chance that outside factors are going to affect you. 23 more words
The 8-2 11th ranked Michigan State Spartans will battle 6-4 Rutgers at noon on Saturday in East Lansing. It will be the last time Spartan fans see Jeremy Langford, Tony Lippett, Marcus Rush, and 15 other Seniors suit up in Spartan Stadium. 963 more words
EAST LANSING — There were times, Tony Lippett remembers, when things “got a little dark” as far as his goals at Michigan State.
But with a Rose Bowl victory under his belt and the Big Ten receiving yardage crown within his grasp, Lippett heads into his final home game at Spartan Stadium having seen the light. 134 more words
COLLEGE PARK, Md. – The Michigan State senior class that will be honored before its final home game Saturday represents its program perfectly.
You’ve got gritty walk-ons who turned themselves into starters (Connor Kruse, Andrew Gleichert). 69 more words
Michigan State recorded a school record 9th straight Big Ten road win when the Spartans took care of the over-matched Terrapins 37-15 on Saturday to move to 8-2 overall and 5-1 in the conference. 1,425 more words