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Michigan State Spartans

Michigan State Spartans
The Spartans are the athletic teams of Michigan State University in East Lansing, Mich. The school colors are green and white and all teams compete in the Big Ten conference except the hockey team. Past teams have won 11 National Championships. Famous athletes include Earvin "Magic" Johnson, Scott Skiles, Kirk Gibson, Steve Garvey, Bubba Smith and Ryan Miller.
The Spartans are the athletic teams of Michigan State University in East Lansing, Mich. The school colors are green and white and all teams compete in the Big Ten conference except the hockey team. Past teams have won 11 National Championships. Famous athletes include Earvin "Magic" Johnson, Scott Skiles, Kirk Gibson, Steve Garvey, Bubba Smith and Ryan Miller. « Show less

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  • Ohio State makes Urban Meyer the highest paid coach in Big Ten

    Ohio State makes Urban Meyer the highest paid coach in Big Ten
      Ohio State has rewarded Urban Meyer with a new contract extension making him the second highest paid coach in the nation and the highest paid coach in the Big Ten. The new deal, which is retroactive to Feb. 1, could keep Meyer at the school...
  • Scott Donley, Craig Dedelow on a hitting tear for Indiana in baseball

    Scott Donley, Craig Dedelow on a hitting tear for Indiana in baseball
    Northwest Indiana's Scott Donley and Craig Dedelow provide a 1-2 punch for Indiana's Hoosiers. Donley (Crown Point) extended his hitting streak to nine games in a weekend sweep of Rutgers, scoring the winning run in a 5-4 victory. He boosted his team-...
  • BTN announces primetime schedule

    BTN announces primetime schedule
    The Big Ten network announced six primetime games that will air on the station this coming fall. Featured on the schedule is Michigan State, Michigan and Wisconsin. Counting earlier announced games and those that will air in limited markets, 12 of the...
  • Wisconsin faces rebuilding after falling just short of goal

    Wisconsin faces rebuilding after falling just short of goal
    INDIANAPOLIS — The scene was as difficult for Wisconsin players to absorb as it was for them to believe. Junior forward Sam Dekker clasped his palms behind his head. Frank Kaminskystared in disbelief as Duke's players celebrated before squatting...
  • Greg Gumbel couldn't have been listening to Bo Ryan after the NCAA title game

    Greg Gumbel couldn't have been listening to Bo Ryan after the NCAA title game
    TV studio anchors often have a difficult task because they're listening to what others around the desk are saying in one ear and have to listen to the producer barking instructions constantly in the other ear. The latter must have distracted CBS host...
  • Football recruiting notes: West Aurora's Spears a foot away from full strength

    Football recruiting notes: West Aurora's Spears a foot away from full strength
    Drake Spears is anxious for his football recruitment to pick up a bit. Perhaps that will happen after he finally boots the basketball injury next week. The West Aurora junior sat out his team's 50-49 loss to Bolingbrook in the Class 4A Hinsdale...
  • Terps transfer Robert Carter Jr. pays his way to Chicago for Big Ten tournament

    Terps transfer Robert Carter Jr. pays his way to Chicago for Big Ten tournament
    The tallest Maryland men's basketball fan at United Center sat nearly anonymously in the crowd for Saturday’s Big Ten Conference tournament semifinal against Michigan State, dressed in a red-and-black beanie and a red warmup jacket, rooting for a...
  • Big Ten coaches have taken notice of Maryland

    Big Ten coaches have taken notice of Maryland
    Minnesota men's basketball coach Richard Pitino didn't seemed too shocked by the outcome of Saturday's game at Maryland. As nervous as Terps coach Mark Turgeon appeared before the Big Ten home opener, Pitino knew his Golden Gophers had a difficult task...
  • Northwestern edges Iowa in overtime for 1st win of 2015

    Northwestern edges Iowa in overtime for 1st win of 2015
    Happy new year, Northwestern. The Wildcats snapped a 10-game losing streak by outlasting Iowa 66-61 in overtime Sunday at Welsh-Ryan Arena. Afterward, they celebrated in the locker room as if it meant a championship. Northwestern (11-14, 2-10 Big Ten)...
  • Lemont's Tyler Jay making his pitch for Illinois

    Lemont's Tyler Jay making his pitch for Illinois
    While the 2015 season has just begun, University of Illinois pitcher Tyler Jay has already started accumulating accolades. The junior left-hander has been chosen to USA Baseball's Golden Spikes Award Watch List as well as the National Collegiate...
  • Terps feel win over Indiana could be 'really, really big' going forward

    Terps feel win over Indiana could be 'really, really big' going forward
    The grind of a college basketball season and the grit of the Big Ten Conference had seemingly caught up with 19th-ranked Maryland in recent weeks. Going into Wednesday night's game against Indiana, the Terps had lost badly on three straight road trips,...