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After a closer-than-expected win over Utah State in the season opener, Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio pointed out that this was nothing new for the Spartans.

Current Sports | September 10, 2018

Sep 10, 2018
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Mark Dantonio; LJ Scott; Brian Lewerke; Cody White; Ameer Abdullah: Golden Tate; Kerryon Johnson; Matthew Stafford; 


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Brandon Ruiz hit a 28-yard field goal as time expired, Manny Wilkins threw for 380 yards and a touchdown, and Arizona State rallied to beat No. 15 Michigan State 16-13 on Saturday night.

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Michigan State desperately needed a big play to avoid an upset and Felton Davis delivered. Davis made a fully extended, 31-yard catch to help set up Connor Heyward's second touchdown with 2 minutes left to put the 11th-ranked Spartans ahead and they held on to beat Utah State 38-31 on Friday night.

Current Sports | August 31, 2018

Aug 31, 2018
Mark Dantonio
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MSU Football; Utah State; NCAA football; NCAA; Mark Dantonio/Tom Izzo investigation; Paula Lavigne; Larry Nassar; Reflection Friday


Current Sports | July 5, 2018

Jul 5, 2018
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NHL; Slava Voynov; Michigan State Football; B1G Standings; Mark Dantonio; Urban Meyer; Throwback Thursday


Current Sports | April 9, 2018

Apr 9, 2018
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Michigan State Football Spring Game; Mark Dantonio; Connor Heyward; Brian Lewerke; 2018 Masters; Patrick Reed

Current Sports | December 29, 2017

Jan 3, 2018
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Michigan State Football; Holiday Bowl; Mark Dantonio; College Football Playoff; Michigan State Basketball; Tom Izzo; Cleveland State

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Michigan State put a nice, big exclamation mark on its turnaround season. Brian Lewerke threw for 213 yards and three touchdowns, and LJ Scott ran for 110 yards and two scores for No. 18 Michigan State, which took advantage of Luke Falk's absence to rout No. 21 Washington State 42-17 in the Holiday Bowl on Thursday night.

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Brian Lewerke threw for a touchdown and ran for another and No. 21 Michigan State held the ball for more than 47 minutes in defeating Rutgers 40-7 on Saturday to cap a terrific turnaround season.

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