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Tom Izzo
Al Martin / WKAR-MSU

Listen to what MSU men's basketball coach Tom Izzo has to say as the Spartans now prepare to play host to Notre Dame tomorrow night. 


The Masters
Flickr / Creative Commons

"The Masters" and college football is coming right at ya!


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


Rutgers Snaps Big Ten Skid, Beats Michigan State 38-27

Oct 24, 2020
MSU Football
AP Photo/Carlos Osorio

EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Isaih Pacheco ran for two first-half touchdowns, and Rutgers snapped a 21-game Big Ten losing streak Saturday, beating Michigan State 38-27 in coach Greg Schiano’s first game back with the Scarlet Knights.

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. 

 


Esports Opens Doors For Gamers To Make Money From Their Play

Oct 21, 2020
Esports
Ryan Collins

The Michigan State Esports Association is using the streaming platform Twitch to make a path in the revenue side of gaming.

Mel Tucker
MSU Athletics

Listen to what MSU head football coach Mel Tucker had to say this week during his first-ever Spartans game week press conference! 


Big Ten Football
Flickr / Creative Commons

What do you think about a possible Thanksgiving start for the Big Ten? How realistic is it? 


test kit
Stan Sochay / WKAR/MSU

Michigan State University begins its fall semester next week under the shadow of COVID-19.  A team of researchers is working on a saliva test than can track the coronavirus from a group of people back to infected individuals. 


Samuel Stanley Jr.
Michigan State University

This fall, Michigan State University's campus is going to be a lot emptier.

Earlier this week, President Samuel Stanley Jr. announced undergraduate courses would stay fully online, and that most students are being asked to stay off campus and stay home for the semester.


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