on espn right now. 8:30 to 9 is the BCS selection show and 9pm to 11pm is the rest of the bowls.
EDIT: here they all are official: http://espn.go.com/college-football/story/_/id/9301782/2013-14-bowl-schedule
Welp this should answer all questions
Title says it all, here is the link: (I hope)
He is a really good coach. Now is he the heart and soul of MSU's defense? I have not seen anything stating whether MSU has granted the interview or even if Narduzzi is interested.
Ok so my first post, please be gentle.
I don't know if anyone has seen this yet, but a video showing what some are claiming as bullying at Oregon has gone viral. In the video, several Oregon football players can be seen taking part in a campus snowball fight which ends when people and players begin to attack a car and a man who stepped out of it with snowballs.
One of such players was former Michigan commit Pharaoh Brown.
"A photo posted by Register-Guard photographer Chris Pietsch shows UO tight end Pharaoh Brown dumping a bucket of snow on another student. The viral video shows someone wearing the same outfit using a similar looking bucket to dump snow on the driver of the car."
Although this is kind of a dick move, to me it just comes off as young kids making a bad decision. I was wondering what the MgoBlog community thought of this.
How good will Michigan State be next year without this group of seniors? Since 2011 I had always assumed MSU would have a strong team through 2013 based on the group of defensive players that graduate this year. But, MSU also has a number of offensive players graduating this year too, namely 3 offensive linemen. But, the majority of difference makers will be lost on defense including Lewis, Dennard, Bullough, Allen, Hoover, and Reynolds. I also wonder if Drummond may enter the draft. That’s a lot of experienced defenders up the middle. I personally see them taking a step back next year. What are your thoughts? I know it seems silly to worry about MSU but lets face, they’ve won 5 of the last 6 and we haven’t beaten them in E. Lansing since Carr and “Little brother”.