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Michigan State Spartans Football 2015 News and Updates
9/30/15 - The Michigan State Spartans football team is sitting pretty as the number two ranked college football team in the nation. They are currently undefeated, but haven’t had the easiest schedule thus far. Their biggest win so far has been against the Oregon Ducks on September 12. Also, thanks to the Spartans special teams blocking multiple field goals on September 26, they were able to defeat Central Michigan Chippewas. This week the competition shouldn’t be too tough against the Purdue Boilermakers. Watch the Spartans live when they hit the field at 11:00 am on October 3. Tickets are still available for purchase, so get yours today. The ticket prices range from $56-$166.
9/23/15 - Three opponents, three victories—this is how the 2015 season opened for Michigan State Spartans Football. Most recently, the Spartans knocked off Air Force, 35-21. Connor Cook led No. 2 Michigan with four touchdown passes on 247 yards, connecting often with Aaron Burbridge. The senior WR logged 156 yards and three scores on just eight catches, helping spark the Spartans offense to remain undefeated this year. The next test for MSU is neighbor Central Michigan, and you can still score tickets to be a part of the game in-person! Come out to Spartan Stadium with seats starting at just $31 and see Michigan State take on the Chippewas this Saturday!
9/16/15 - One of the most talked about games over the weekend was against the Michigan State Spartans and the Oregon Ducks. The Spartans ranked number four and the Ducks ranked number seven meant that a good game was ahead on September 12. The Spartans crowd and team alike were pumped up throughout the entire game and it showed on the scoreboard. Between the Spartans outstanding offense and hard hitting defense, they were able to barely hold the Ducks at bay during the fourth quarter. It all came down to the wire, but the Spartans defense pulled through and stopped the Ducks from scoring in the final minutes. The Spartans won 31-28 and were beaming from ear to ear. Watch the Michigan State Spartans football team live on September 19 when they take on the undefeated Air Force Falcons.
9/9/15 - The Michigan State Spartans are one of the highest ranked teams in associated press standings. At number five, the Spartans are expected to bring great things to the field this season. The Michigan State football team charged the field on September 4 against the Western Michigan Broncos, one of their state rivals. Even though the Broncos aren’t ranked, they brought some heat with them against the Spartans. The Spartans successfully scored an impressive 20 points in the first quarter, but slowed down the rest of the game while the Broncos stayed steady and strong offensively. It all ended with a score of 37-24 for Michigan State making them one step closer to a national title. Watch them live this weekend against the Oregon Ducks who are ranked number seven this season.
9/3/15 - The college football scene is getting underway this weekend, but Michigan State Spartans football fans will have to wait until next weekend for their team to have a home game they can attend. In the meantime, be sure to keep an eye out for the results of the season opener, being played on the Western Michigan Broncos' field. That match is anticipated to be very intense, but there's nothing like being there in person. Secure your spot in the stand for September 12th's matchup against the Organ Ducks and cheer them to victory. This is likely your last chance to get tickets. They are already up to $163: a true sign that it is bound to be an exciting game that is already nearly sold out.
8/27/15 - The Michigan State Spartans football team fans are eagerly analyzing their team's schedule. Unfortunately for the Spartans, they have to start their 2015 season with an away game. It is disappointing, but they follow it up with four consecutive home games, which is a rare sight for any team. On September 5th, the Spartans will be traveling to Western Michigan to take on the Broncos. Following that game, they will return to host the Oregon Ducks on September 12th. Tickets are nearly sold out, but if you want to be there for their home opener, you can still attend starting at $128. The Spartans will be playing home games for three weeks following the September 12th weekend, so you have plenty of chances to catch them live.
8/18/15 - As the Michigan State Spartans football team prepares for the 2015 season, fans are speculating about a few positions on the team. Last week, Ed Davis unfortunately ended his season early with a knee injury during the first full pad practice. This means that the starting spot is open, with plenty of people lined up to take it, including Chris Frey, Tyriq Thompson, T.J. Harrell, and Drake Martinez. The main competition to watch is on for replacing Jeremy Langford in the running back position starring L.J. Scott, Madre London, Gerald Holmes, and Delton Williams. The Spartans kick off the 2015 season in Kalamazoo against the Western Michigan Broncos on Friday, September 4. You can still get tickets to see the game in person, with prices starting at $100.
7/22/15 - Even though the Michigan State Spartans football team's off-season is nearly over, they are still looking to recruit a new wide receiver. Donnie Corley, one of the most promising college football players in Michigan, is looking like the optimal choice. Still, nothing is set in stone. Regardless, even without Corley, many are considering the Spartans one of the top teams to keep an eye on. There is just over a month before the season gets underway, the first home game being on September 12th. Tickets for the home opener, against the Oregon Ducks, are available starting at $130. If you want to be among the first to see how the Spartans are shaping up, secure your spot in the stands and buy your tickets today.
12/10/14 - Despite finishing second in the Big Ten’s East Division, the Michigan State Spartans still found themselves invited to one of the “Big Six” New Year’s Day bowls. The Spartans (No. 8 in the final CFP rankings) will take on Baylor (No. 5 CFP) in the Cotton Bowl, at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
12/3/14 - They finished their season on a three-game winning streak, these Michigan State Spartans. Now it’s just a matter of waiting to see where the 10-2 Spartans (No. 8 CFP/No. 7 AP/USA Today) land in a bowl game; there’s little consensus but top projections include one of three of the Big Six bowls.
11/19/14 - After welcoming Maryland to the B1G with a 37-15 victory last weekend, the Michigan State Spartans will head to New Jersey this weekend to take on the other new school to the conference, Rutgers. MSU is ranked No. 11 in the latest College Football Playoff rankings.
11/12/14 - As expected, the Michigan State Spartans’ loss to Ohio State this past weekend knocked the Spartans out of the College Football Playoff top ten. Sparty and the Buckeyes essentially traded positions in the latest CFP rankings, with OSU moving up to No. 8 while MSU fell to No. 12. The Spartans head to Maryland this weekend.
10/30/14 - They’re in their bye week now. But looming next on the radar for the Michigan State Spartans is the Big Ten Conference battle everyone’s been waiting for, and which will go a long way to determining whether or not there’s a seat in the College Football Playoff for B1G: the Ohio State Buckeyes.
10/23/14 - Some are calling it a trap game. But the Michigan State Spartans’ upcoming home game against in-state conference rival Michigan comes after a pair of decisive road victories against Purdue and Indiana.
9/25/14 - Is this any way to treat your neighbors? The Michigan State Spartans (#9 AP and USA Today) absolutely demolished Eastern Michigan last weekend, 73-14 – a game in which Sparty posted 320 yards of total offense by halftime, to just a single yard by the Eagles. Quarterback Connor Cook threw for three touchdowns in the first quarter as part of a very short day in which he was 5-for-6 with 83 yards; he was part of a Spartan quarterback parade which saw MSU go four deep at the position on the day. The Spartans had 336 yards of rushing, spread among 10 players with double-figure rushing yardage totals; chief among these was Delton Williams’ 103 yards on 10 carries. This weekend, the Spartans close out their nonconference schedule with a visit from Wyoming of the Mountain West Conference.
9/19/14 - It was a weekend that the Big Ten Conference would mostly like to forget – one in which three marquee schools, in Ohio State, Michigan State, and to a lesser extent the University of Michigan – all lost in key non-conference matchups. However, the road gets a little smoother for Sparty, as they host Eastern Michigan from the Mid-American Conference this weekend. Quarterback Connor Cook is completing roughly two of every three passes (41-for-60 in the two games), for 628 yards and five scores; three of those passing TD’s have been to Tony Lippett, as part of his 15 catches for 300 yards. The Spartans have four touchdowns on the ground as well, two from Nick Hill, and one each from leading rusher Jeremy Langford, and one from Tyler O’Connor.
8/4/14 – In less than four weeks, Michigan State Spartans Football will hit the gridiron for a season opener under Friday night lights. The players donned full pads for the first time of the year today, as the Spartans charge towards a 2014 season that pits them as “the hunted,” as opposed to the hunters, according to eighth-year head coach Mark Dantonio. Score Michigan State Spartans tickets and see them kick things into high gear Aug. 29 against Jacksonville State. Get into Spartan Stadium in East Lansing for as little as $17 for your fist dose of college football.
7/20/14 – With media days for each conference getting underway, we are full steam ahead for the 2014 Michigan State Spartans season. One of the can’t-miss showdowns in the Big Ten comes November against the conference favorite Ohio State Buckeyes. Without question, the Bucks’ biggest roadblock to getting into the College Football Playoffs is Michigan State. The Spartans are returning Connor Cook and Jeremy Langford on the offense, with a strong defensive line coached by Pat Narduzzi—virtually the same squad who took down Ohio State and Stanford in the Rose Bowl last year. Buy your Ohio State Buckeyes vs. Michigan State Spartans tickets for as little as $106 on 11/8.
6/25/14 – Sports Illustrated released their top 10 most anticipated non-conference games this season, and one figuring Michigan State topped the list! Did you guess which game ranked No.1? The Michigan State at Oregon game on Sept 6 is the unanimous winner. Make sure you lock in your Michigan State Spartans tickets ASAP because everyone will want to be in the stands at Autzen Stadium for this classic Pac 12-Big Ten matchup of offense vs. defense. The Spartans’ top-ranked, and notoriously stout Narduzzi defense will take on Heisman contending quarterback Marcus Mariota and his stellar weapons. This game has huge implications in the Big Ten, so Oregon will have to bring their A-game against Connor Cook and Co. to ensure playoff contention beyond Week 2. Spartans tickets for this early must-watch matchup start at $123.
6/13/14 – The Michigan State Spartans’ primary objective this year is to ensure their top ranked defense does not backslide following the departure of a sizeable amount talent. The line lost five solid players to the NFL, but return both defensive ends and ferocious pass rushers in Shilique Calhoun, Big Ten Defensive Lineman of the Year, and Marcus Rush. Head coach Mark Dantonio and the top recruits in the country are flocking to the Sound Mind-Sound Body camp this week, an academic, athletic and character-building program. While Dantonio will attend primarily as a speaker, he and the MSU staff will keep their eyes on a number of prospects, chiefly running backs and defensive linemen. Buy Michigan State Spartans tickets and see if the East Lansing recruits and returners have sufficiently prepared their minds and bodies for the upcoming season!
6/4/14 – The price of Ohio State vs. Michigan State tickets have skyrocketed in the last two weeks, more than doubling (avg. $401). Now the most expensive game on the Spartans schedule, it’ll cost you $90 just to get in the stadium. Lower section endzone seats start from $94 while 50 yard line begin at $402 (MSU side) and $307 (visitor). MSU is predicted to go to the Fiesta Bowl while experts have Ohio State in the CFP Semifinal playing Florida State. The defending Big Ten champions may have lost top talent in defense, but Michigan State has no shortage of future NFL talent on their roster (i.e. Shilique Calhoun, Marcus Rush, Kurtis Drummond). See if the Spartans can exceed expectations and beat the Buckeyes with Michigan State Spartans tickets.
5/20/14 – MSU is a favorite to play in the first-ever college football playoff despite a challenging schedule that starts with a top 10 matchup on the road against Oregon. Another high-profile game will be here before you know it on Nov. 8 against the Ohio State Buckeyes (avg. $198). Last year’s Big Ten title game participants are expected to be the big dogs again this season, and they’ll faceoff in the all new East Division. Preseason polls have mixed reviews when ranking the two foes – Sports Illustrated and ESPN.com giving the Spartans the upper-hand. Michigan State Spartans tickets in East Lansing are relatively cheap, averaging $117 over seven home games with matchups against Nebraska (avg. $139), Michigan (avg. $241), and OSU the only prices above $100.
4/21/14 – The Spartans are coming off a 13-win season; a feat only two others teams have accomplished in Big Ten history! MSU will try to make history again by winning all eight conference games by double-digit points and earn back-to-back Big Ten titles for the second time in school history. Michigan State’s football schedule is highlighted by two home games against in-state rivals Michigan (min. $137) and B1G powerhouse Ohio State (min. $81). While the 2013 Rose Bowl Champs have lost Jim Thorpe Award winner for best defensive back Darqueze Dennard and linebackers Denicos Allen and Max Bullough, Michigan State’s supremacy seems far from over. Starting QB Connor Cook will lead the helm as the Mighty Spartans look to maintain adaptability in their pro-style offense.
2/4/14 - Michigan State may have missed the National Championship, but they won the next best thing: a 24-20 victory over Stanford in the Rose Bowl Game, getting there by upsetting the (then) No.2 Ohio State for the Big Ten title. MSU will be losing three offensive starters, and six on the defense (CB Darqueze Dennard, LBs Max Bullough and Denicos Allen), but MSU will also welcome back a more experienced QB Connor Cook and TB Jeremy Langford. Despite the raging rumor mill, defensive coordinator Pat Narduzzi turned down Connecticut’s head-coaching job and will rejoin head coach Mark Dantonio on the sidelines. The Spartans boast the No. 5 ranked recruiting class in the Big Ten, and if they land Malik McDowell (in talks with the rival Wolverines), they could land their most high-profile recruiting class in history.
Under the direction of head coach Mark Dantonio, the Michigan State Spartans began a steady march into becoming one of the elite teams of the Big Ten, culminating in 2013’s conference p game win over previously undefeated (for two seasons) Ohio State, who was just eligible for the postseason after a two-year ban. The Spartans have become known for a punishing, strong running game, and a stingy defense under Dantonio’s direction. In addition to the strong B1G schedule, the Spartans make a cross-country trek to Oregon for a key early season non-conference matchup.
11/25/13 – After knocking off Northwestern Saturday, the Spartans secured their second outright Legends Division title in three seasons. MSU also earned a trip to Indianapolis where they’ll face Ohio State in the Big Ten Football Championship held at Lucas Oil Stadium. Michigan State improved to 7-0 in Conference and 10-1 overall and moved to No. 11 in the BCS standings. A win in the regular season finale this weekend and another against the Buckeyes in Indy, would likely send the Spartans to the 100th Rose Bowl game in Pasadena. Michigan State’s defense ranks No. 1 in the nation, giving up just 236.6 yards per game; the program also leads the nation in rushing defense (59.4 yards).
11/5/13- The Michigan State Spartans have maintained their lead in the Legends Division with an 8-1 record. Recently, they defeated in-state rivals, Michigan, with a thrashing 29-6 victory, displaying another outstanding performance by their defense—which ranks No.1 in nearly every category, from rush to pass efficiency. Riding their triumphant momentum, MSU will hope to overcome Nebraska on November 16, and crush the Cornhusker’s hopes of stealing the top spot in the division and secure their own post-season berth.
The Michigan State Spartans are coming off a school-record six consecutive bowl games under head coach Mark Dantonio. The Spartans return seven starters off the nation’s No. 4 defense. Rebuilding around the defense will be key however; after losing First-Team All-Big Ten tailback Le’Veon Bell to the NFL, MSU is turning to Riley Bullough to fill the void at that position.
The Spartans will play four Big Ten conference games at Spartan Stadium in 2013: Indiana Hoosiers Football vs. Michigan State Spartans Football (avg. $74) for the Old Brass Spittoon, Purdue Boilermakers Football vs. Michigan State Spartans Football (avg. $76), Michigan Wolverines Football vs. Michigan State Spartans Football for the Paul Bunyan Trophy (avg. 269), and Minnesota Golden Gophers Football vs. Michigan State Spartans Football (avg. $68). MSU football tickets to the Michigan rivalry game are at least 3.5-times the cost of any other game. Although the Spartans lost the game last year, Michigan State won the four years prior and is expected to take the trophy again this season. Michigan State tickets to the rivalry game last year in Ann Arbor averaged $200. Spartan Stadium is set to undergo a $24.5 million stadium renovation with construction to begin in July.
Michigan State is one of three Big Ten programs to have an annual game against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. This year, the Michigan State vs. Notre Dame Fighting Irish football game will take place at Notre Dame Stadium and is averaging $374. The Spartans are looking for revenge as the Fighting Irish have taken the Megaphone Trophy the past two years. Last season Manti Te'o helped Notre Dame's defense, holding MSU to just three points.