Saturday, April 30, 2011
Slideshow with about 11 of my 100 photos - :
Thursday, April 28, 2011
Mind you, the ES will post a more extensive listing here by Mid-May, but thanks to my bro out in Chi-town, he notes MSU's national prowess (despite our being thumped by 'Bama). And, yes, this is all football, NOT men's hoops:
It's nearly May - we're 4 months and 5 days away from opening kickoff for MSU. Here's a quick glance of preseason rankings via a quick google search:
www.bleacherreport.com - MSU #10 (2nd in B1G behind Nebraska, #1 Oklahoma)
collegefootball.about.com - MSU #14 (4th in B1G behind OSU, Nebraska and Wisc, #1 Oregon)
collegefootballcafeteria.com - MSU #13 (3rd B1G behind OSU and Wisc, #1 Oklahoma)
fftoolbox.com - MSU #25 (B1G behind everyone, #1 'Bama)
espn.com - MSU #16 (3rd in B1G behind OSU and Wis, #1 Oklahoma)
nationalchamps.net - MSU #12 (2nd in B1G behind OSU, #1 Oklahoma)
sbnation.com - MSU #10 (2nd in B1G behind Nebraska, #1 Oklahoma)
Our first game is against Youngstown State (no, that isn't a typo) on 03 September.
Thursday, April 14, 2011
As part of our month-long spring football coverage, The Big Ten Network will stream Michigan State’s spring football game live at 1:30pm ET on Saturday, April 30 on www.bigtennetwork.com. It will also be televised that night at 8pm ET. Will Tieman and Jayson Strayhorn will call the game.
The Big Ten Spring Football Report, with Dave Revsine, Gerry DiNardo and Howard Griffith, will offer highlights and analysis of the game at 10pm ET.
Additionally, the network will air Big Ten Spring Football Report studio shows on Wednesday and Saturday nights throughout April beginning the 13th.