"It's a lot easier being a drug dealer than an AAU coach" - this guy. Tell me something I don't know. I mean, don't think but have never tried either.
Some more changes for Spartans 2013 offensive strategy.
And is Dantonio pursuing future endeavors elsewhere?
Tom Izzo has announced that sophomore SF Brandan Kearney is transferring from the MSU program. He was a 3-star from Detroit Southeastern and was considered to be a key piece down the road for the Spartans.
Looks like Izzo will need to scratch even harder to fill a one- or two-man class for next year.
Unfortunately, the only link currently available is from the Freep:
With that Butch Davis back in the picture and Tuberville slapping graduate assistants live, starting a player straight out of jail or making cracks at an opposing players height isn't an issue anymore. Or ever was, according to some MSU fans.
Also, Dantonio probably knows by now he's at a huge recruiting disadvantage with Hoke and Meyer offering every elite player in sight, and if Bielema can get hired at 3 million plus a year, he's not gonna be there much longer.
Odds on him opening 2014 as MSU's coach? If not what school could fire their HC next year look for a defensive minded coach?
Sparty fans speculating that Denard won't be able to finish the game. Time for another bounty investigation, this time by the NCAA.
Here are the departing seniors as listed on the depth charts posted at the official Michigan State and Michigan websites:
SAM 50 Steve Gardiner (6-1, 224, Sr.-5)
FC 32 Mitchell White (5-11, 185, Sr.-5)
BC 5 JOHNNY ADAMS (5-11, 177, Sr.-5)
WR 21 Roy Roundtree (6-0, 180, 5th Sr.)
LG 52 Ricky Barnum (6-3, 296, 5th Sr.)
C 57 Elliott Mealer (6-5, 308, 5th Sr.)
RG 65 Patrick Omameh (6-4, 305, 5th Sr.)
TE 87 Brandon Moore (6-5, 268, 5th Sr.)
TE 81 Mike Kwiatkowski (6-5, 262, 5th Sr.)
QB 16 Denard Robinson (6-0, 197, Sr./Sr.)
FB 31 Paul Gyarmati (6-1, 234, 5th Sr.)
RB 2 Vincent Smith (5-6, 175, Sr./Sr.)
DT 73 Will Campbell (6-5, 308, Sr./Sr.)
DE 88 Craig Roh (6-5, 281, Sr./Sr.)
MLB 25 Kenny Demens (6-1, 242, 5th Sr.)
WLB 7 Brandin Hawthorne (6-0, 220, Sr./Sr.)
SS 32 Jordan Kovacs (6-0, 202, Sr./Jr.) [Should be listed as "5th Sr."]
SS 23 Floyd Simmons (6-0, 200, 5th Sr.)
RCB 8 J.T. Floyd (6-0, 183, 5th Sr.)
Last year Michigan State punched Michigan in the mouth. They literally punched them in the mouth. After being called for 13 penalties (6 of them of the 15 yard variety) Michigan State Defensive Coordinator Pat Narduzzi famously said, "That's what we try to do. Sixty minutes of unnecessary roughness. I'm just happy it didn't get called on every snap."
State has clearly been the more physical team of late and their boundary pushing gameplans have paid off to the tune of four straight wins in the rivalry. This wallpaper was inspired by their bold and reckless tactics. I picture the Michigan State coaching staff handing out stacks of flash cards like those used to teach sight words to kindergarteners. Yes, this is a dig at the level of intelligence required to gain acceptance to the state university. Yes, I attended a state university (not that state university) so I am licensed to dig.
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