Detroit station WXYZ reported on Monday that former Michigan State basketball player Keith Appling had been arrested Sunday night for bringing a loaded rifle to a strip club in Dearborn, Mich. According to a more detailed report from the Detroit Free Press, Appling had a handgun in his car, and a “loaded weapon” in…
Former Michigan State point guard Keith Appling was arrested Sunday after he brought a loaded gun to a strip club in Dearborn, Mich., according to a report from Detroit ABC affiliate WXYZ.
After Denzel Valentine collapsed, Michael Jordan cried, and Middle Tennessee State was done celebrating their 90-81 win over Michigan State, people started to contextualize the historic upset. Michigan State was a two-seed, sure, but they were among the favorites to win the whole shit. The NCAA said they were the …
The Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders entered college basketball immortality after a wire-to-wire upset of second-seeded Michigan State, becoming just the eighth 15-seed to win in the NCAA tournament’s round of 64.
Former Michigan State basketball star and NBA player Mateen Cleaves has been charged with multiple counts of sexual assault following an alleged assault on a 24-year-old woman.
Warriors forward Draymond Green spent four years at Michigan State, and ended his career there as only the third player in Spartans history to record 1,000 points and 1,000 rebounds. He’s very loyal to his alma mater, as demonstrated by the reaction he had to a reporter wearing a Michigan shirt:
Check out this cool profile of Draymond Green from Diamond Leung. It has a lot of great stuff on Saginaw, Michigan, his time in high school, and his pastor, who told him, “I need for you to bring me King James’ head on a platter.”
Michigan State head coach Mark Dantonio wasn’t about to suffer multiple questions from ESPN’s Heather Cox before tonight’s Cotton Bowl playoff matchup against Alabama, so the Michigan State head coach went full Popovich and walked away. Maybe he heard about this.
ESPN has gone all-in on its Latin American programming strategy, with today’s college football semifinals airing on ESPN Deportes, a Deportes simulcast on ESPN2, and on the main ESPN in Mexico. Unfortunately, some confusion still reigns as you can see in this promo that ran on Deportes (and ESPN2) during halftime of…
We love these incredible basketball plays, so here’s Michigan State’s Alvin Ellis scoring on his own basket while trying to deflect an Iowa inbound pass. It’s emblematic of the Spartans’ rough night in Iowa City; they fell to the Hawkeyes 83-70.
ESPN just revealed the matchups for the second annual College Football Playoff. #1 Clemson will take on #4 Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl, and #2 Alabama has #3 Michigan State in the Cotton Bowl. Both games will be played on December 31, with the final on January 11 in Arizona.
Michigan State went 82 yards on a whopping 22 plays before L.J. Scott pushed his way into the end zone for the Spartans’ first touchdown of the night, one that earned them a 16-13 win that ended Iowa’s unbeaten season.
Lick it up, kids, because this is probably our last College GameDay sign roundup.
Michigan State senior center Jack Allen lined up in the backfield today in the Spartans’ blowout over Penn State, and the 300-pounder made the most of his opportunity in finding the end zone while showing off some elite rushing skills. Happy Senior Day!
Michigan State is in the midst of what looks like it should be a comfortable home win against Maryland. Early in the second quarter, the Spartans’s Macgarrett Kings Jr. hauled in this left-handed catch in a tight window to give his team a first down.
Michigan State’s undefeated season is no more after officials awarded a game-winning touchdown to Nebraska’s Brandon Reilly despite the fact the Cornhuskers receiver appeared to go out of bounds on his own before re-entering the field to catch the pass with just seconds remaining in Lincoln.
When we put this photo in our work chat room, Kyle asked if the chipmunks were dead.
Michigan simply had to execute a punt—any punt—to beat Michigan State. They couldn’t, and the immediate and inexplicable reversal of fortune left Michigan State’s radio announcers on WJR (above) in ecstasy; it left the Wolverines’ announcers on WTKA (below) despondent.
Michigan State found victory in the most unlikely of circumstances when the Spartans returned a botched long snap on the final play of the game to turn what the world assumed would be a 23-21 Michigan win into a 27-23 loss. This is absoutely bonkers.