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MSU Recruiting Coordinator Curtis Blackwell II


WR Coach Terrence Samuel


The following image is from ESPN.com and the final rankings they gave the 2016 MSU player rankings for recruits. Some sites vary on how many stars a recruit gets. 

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Cam Chambers


WR 6'3 203 lbs

Sicklerville, New Jersey 


Mufi Hunt

DE 6'6 215 lbs

Sandy, Utah


Messiah deWeaver

QB 6'4 215 lbs

Huber Heights, Ohio


Kenney Lyke

S 6'2 185 lbs

Hoffman Estates, Illinois


Donnie Corley 

WR/CB 6'3 185 lbs

Detroit, Michigan


Joe Bachie

LB 6'2 225 lbs

Brookpark, Ohio


Thiyo Lukusa

OT 6'5 330 lbs

Traverse City, Michigan


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MSU 0 Alabama 38

Jan 01, 2016 Seth Newman | View Comments

Michigan State was shut out for the first time under Mark Dantonio's tenure as head coach, and it came at the worst time. The Spartans lost 38-0 to Alabama in the College Football Playoffs Semi-Finals. After shutting down Heisman Trophy winner Derrick Henry for most of the game, Alabama quarterback Jake Coker torched the Spartans deep numerous times, as the Tide ran away with the game. This one hurts, after waiting nearly three weeks for the game, you would like to see a better performance by the Spartans. MSU got off to a great start, shutting down the Tide for the first quarter, while being able to move the ball, but once Alabama discovered it could throw deep, the Spartans lost confidence. 

Let's take a look at three factors on how the Spartans lost. 

1. Connor Cook's interception. If you could pick any play in the game to erase, it would be Cook's interception right before halftime. The Spartans were driving down the field, ready to score either a touchdown or a field goal to make it 10-7 or 10-3. That score would of been huge, to keep the Spartans in the game and give them [..]

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LJ Scott carried all of Michigan State's dreams and hopes in his arms as he ran toward the goal line with less than 30 seconds to play in the Big Ten Championship against Iowa. Ahead of him, senior […]

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Michigan State has been here before. The Spartans have reached Indy once again, and will face the Iowa Hawkeyes in the Big Ten Championship game on Saturday. This will be the third trip for the […]

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