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The Big Ten and Pac-12 won’t play football this fall because of concerns about COVID-19, taking two of college football’s five power conferences out of a crumbling season amid the pandemic.

 


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Tom Izzo has been named Big Ten Coach of the Decade by the Big Ten Network; Cam Newton signs a one-year deal with the New England Patriots; Weekend Winners


Spartan Stadium
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The Michigan State football team will open its season on Friday, Aug. 30 against Tulsa at Spartan Stadium. The game was initially scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 31. No game time and TV network have been announced yet. 

Michigan State Wades into the World of E-Sports Through League of Legends

Oct 3, 2018
E-Sports
Trevor Toczydlowski

MSU’s League of Legends team part of growing collegiate trend across the U.S., embracing the wave of e-sports competitors and fans.

Current Sports | August 15, 2018

Aug 15, 2018
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DJ Durkin; Maryland Football; Wallace Loh; Damon Evans; Jordan McNair; Big Ten Network; Comcast


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"The Big Ten Network has grown significantly over the years," says Mark Silverman, president of National Networks at Fox Sports and president of the Big Ten Network. "We're always looking to add more games, show some interesting stories, and do all we can to represent our schools and our conference in a way that viewers, alumni, fans and students will enjoy. The network has enjoyed growing ratings, numerous awards, and become a key part of football Saturday to Big Ten fans."


Spartan Stadium North Gate
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The Big Ten Network will triple its prime-time national TV exposure during football season and add more basketball games in the time slot, thanks to new deals with broadcast partners FOX, ABC/ESPN and CBS.

Current Sports | March 6, 2017

Mar 6, 2017
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MSU Men's Basketball; Michigan Men's Basketball; Scott Pohl; eGames; East Lansing Girl's Basketball; Rob Smith 


League of Legends game image
Courtesy photo / Big Ten Network

Televised sports come in all sorts of forms. This time of year, basketball dominates sports broadcasting, but there’s hockey, too, and spring training baseball is getting started. At the Big Ten Network, they’re adding something different to the lineup: League of Legends. Teams from conference schools are competing right now in the popular video game, and the championship will be televised at the end of March.


Current Sports | 11/4/16 | #818

Nov 4, 2016
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Big Ten Friday Games, High School Football, Brooks Laimbeer, Lansing Lugnuts, New Turf and MSU Football Preview.

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