The Jim Miller Blog
The 2011 Spartans literally had their day in the sun while defeating the Georgia Bulldogs in the Outback Bowl 33-30 in triple overtime. The Spartans were the better team who […]
Remember comedian Bill Cosby’s famous skit “I’m sick and tired”? Well, I’m just tired at this point of everyone talking about the […]
Some things you just cannot explain to Spartan fans. I can get pretty in depth football-wise to all the Spartan Sports Network faithful, but I know why Michigan State […]
No, I’m not referring to the World War II film starring Lee Marvin and Mark Hamill which delves into the experiences of several US soldiers and the effects war has on […]
From the Field Blog
EAST LANSING, Mich. – Former Michigan State two-time All-American Percy Snow is one of 12 players and two coaches named to the College Football Hall of […]
Ron Burton, a 21-year coaching veteran who also played four seasons in the NFL, has been named the defensive line coach at Michigan State, seventh-year Spartan head coach […]
The rumors had been swirling all season long. Would running back Le'Veon Bell and tight end Dion Sims be playing their final season in East Lansing?
Well, we […]
Brian Hoyer learned from a couple of the best minds in the NFL during the first three years of his NFL career in New England. While every quarterback wants to be the starter, […]
Men's Basketball Blog
Draymond Green is one of the best all-around players in the history of Michigan State basketball. I mean, there's no question about that, right?
In each of Green's […]
The 16th annual Big Ten tournament tips off in Chicago for Michigan State on Friday. This is the 8th time that the conference tournament has been held at the United Center. […]
Tonight's game could be just what the doctor ordered for Michigan State as they look to snap their three game losing skid and try to stay in the running for a Big Ten […]
The MSU women's basketball team finished the regular season with a 22-7 record overall with a 10-6, third place finish in Big Ten play.
As a four seed in the […]
The Hockey Blog
We’re hearing an awful lot about the impact that college defensemen are having on the professional game this season. Hockeytown has been buzzing about the […]
By Scott Moore
Seems like everywhere I go, the number one topic of conversation has been the Big Ten Hockey Conference, and what it will mean to the CCHA. […]
By Scott Moore
It seems hard to believe that Tom Anastos has been Michigan State's Head Hockey Coach for 2 months now. When Tom was introduced as […]