College Sports

A Much Different IZZONE This MSU Men's Basketball Season

Jan 4, 2021
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In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, a big part of the MSU men's basketball team is missing during home games.

LISTEN: Pandemic Has Shut Down Many College Sports, Leaving Athletes To Wonder When They Will Play

Dec 30, 2020
Cornerstone Basketball
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Bigger conferences, such as the Big Ten, are playing football and basketball. But smaller conferences and institutions are only playing a waiting game, hoping to get their seasons underway sometime soon.  

Elena Shklyar
Elena Shklyar

Spartan varsity athletes have navigated a lot of challenges due to the pandemic, with Shklyar and her teammates keeping an eye on playing this season.

Michigan Lawmakers OK Bills To Let College Athletes Be Paid

Dec 16, 2020
Football Helmet and Ball
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Lawmakers on Wednesday gave final approval to bills that would clear the way for college athletes to be paid for the use of their names, images or likeness rights — putting Michigan on the cusp of becoming at least the fourth state with such a law.

Jim Harbaugh
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The Michigan football team has struggled this season, but they were able to find a win against Rutgers this past weekend. What does it mean for the future of head coach Jim Harbaugh?

Jim Harbaugh
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Michigan State and Michigan both lost games at home this past weekend. Al reacts to what is going wrong for both programs. 

Josh Langford
MSU Athletics

A loaded show today, as we discuss the sports city of Los Angeles, which added another championship for the month last night. The Dodgers topped the Tampa Bay Rays to win their first World Series since 1988! Also, hear from beloved MSU men's basketball senior guard Josh Langford

Swimming and Diving
MSU Athletics

The financial impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic are being felt by Michigan State University Athletics. So much so, that the university has announced that it will no longer sponsor men’s and women’s swimming and diving as varsity sports after this season. 


Big Ten Football
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We discuss all things all things Big Ten football, which has been given the green light to officially begin in late October. Why now? What has changed? How safe is it?

Justin Fields
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A petition started by a major name in Big Ten college football is floating around that is vying for the sport to resume this fall. Also, a few MSU football players are going to have to make some tough decisions come spring of 2021.