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We recap all things the MSU foootball spring game from Saturday afternoon. What were the biggest takeaways and what conclusions, if any, can we draw for the upcoming season?


MSU Football
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Al weighs-in on the LeBron James Twitter backlash in regards to the death of Ma'Khia Bryant. Also, the MSU football spring game is tomorrow. We hear from the two leading starting quarterback candidates for the Spartans... Anthony Russo and Payton Thorne. 


George Floyd
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We react to the verdict heard around the world as former Minnesota police officer Derek Chauvin was found guilty on all three charges for the killing of George Floyd. Also, hear what MSU football coach Mel Tucker and senior linebacker Noah Harvey have to say as we count down the days to Saturday's spring game!


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We react to the news concerning the MSU football program allowing fans to attend this weekend's spring game at an 8% capacity. Also, the sports world braces for the George Floyd / Derek Chauvin trial result. 


Thomas Kithier
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Michigan State men's basketball has yet another player who has decided to hit the transfer portal. What does this mean for the team moving forward? Also, hear what MSU football coach Mel Tucker had to say concerning the second scrimmage of spring football for the Spartans. 


Baylor Basketball
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We recap the NCAA men's basketball championship game from last night, which crowned the Baylor Bears as the kings of college hoops, as Gonzaga falls short of history. 


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We are now less than 24 hours away from the start of the 2020 Michigan State football season! Al breaks down the X's and O's of the opening game against Rutgers on Saturday afternoon. 


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In the trying year that has been the COVID-19 pandemic, intermixed with the unusual hiring process of Mel Tucker, what exactly are the realistic expectations for the MSU football team?


Mike Tressel
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The Michigan State football team has opened up as double-digit favorites to beat Rutgers in the season-opener later this month. We discuss why, as well as roll-in an interview with safeties coach Mike Tressel. 


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The Big Ten Conference announced its 10-game, conference-only college football schedule this morning. Current Sports host Al Martin has more. 


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