Posts tagged Michigan State Spartans
Posts tagged Michigan State Spartans
Pat Narduzzi turns down offer for head coaching job at UConn.
Some MSU student’s car got flipped during the Rose Bowl Riots on Saturday night in East Lansing. So some wonderful people have started a fund to help pay for a new car. Most people are donating only $5-$10 and the last I knew they were already up to $2,000 and wanted to get to $3,000. Even if you can’t afford to help, at least pass this along so others can. Thanks!
Sounds like SOMEONE is jealous that their team lost to my Spartans 29-6. The fact that Michigan State put his team on blast and totally dominated the game.
Wait… -48 rushing yards… what?
He’s also probably jealous that his team sat at home and watched their 2 rivals play in the Big Ten Championship Game and Michigan State is now going to a BCS game… THE ROSE BOWL!
Remember last year when all of the UM fans “made fun” of MSU for going to the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl? Look where you are going this year… LOL
They won’t wear leather helmets in the 100th installment of the Rose Bowl, but Michigan State and Stanford promise to take the Granddaddy of ‘Em All back to its roots in a smashmouth matchup of old-school sensibilities.
Michigan State upset the balance of the entire BCS landscape with its dominating, 34-24 win over previously second-ranked Ohio State in the Big Ten Championship. In spoiling the Buckeyes’ national championship aspirations, the Spartans booked their first trip to the Rose Bowl since 1987.
For Stanford, the 2014 Rose Bowl is the program’s second in as many years, marking its first back-to-back trips to Pasadena since 1970 and 1971.
There may not be two more similarly constructed teams in college football than these two. They have the No. 1 and No. 3-ranked rush defenses, and the No. 4 and No. 10 scoring defenses. The offense that can muster any big play could stake its claim to history in college football’s oldest bowl game.
Choosing the lineup of BCS games is anything but a perfect science. It’s more about ticket sales, shoulder rubs and favors for particular conferences and, of course, money. It’s always about money.
In the final year of this soon-to-be retired system, however, we have been handed a lineup of captivating matchups. It isn’t perfect—and the shoulder rubs are clearly in play yet again—but there is variety.
More importantly, there are quality teams playing against one another in a buffet of football intrigue.
…the excitement begins with the Orange Bowl.
Ohio State’s loss to Michigan State in the Big Ten Football Championship Game is our gain in a strange way. The Buckeyes will take on Clemson, and the possibility for an obscene amount of points and endless touchdowns seems likely.
Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney wasted little time showing his appreciation for the team he’s facing next.
Braxton Miller, Tajh Boyd, Sammy Watkins and Carlos Hyde will all meet on the same field and the result could be scoreboard destruction. You’ve been warned.
On the completely opposite end of the spectrum—but on par in terms of excitement—is this year’s Rose Bowl matchup.
Michigan State and Stanford will meet up in a game that your grandfather would adore. You should as well. Both defenses have been exceptional in 2013, and the blueprints for both teams are pretty clear: Run, stop the run, win the line of scrimmage and hit people into oblivion.
LoL! I love this.
Mark Dantonio Talks About “Type A Way” and Rich Homie Quan
HERE is the first video of the head coach dancing after the victory over Michigan.
Big Ten Championship Game Friday Night Video
Watch this! It is awesome.
Michigan State’s Taiwan Jones
Michigan State’s Kurtis Drummond