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Under Head Coach Tom Izzo , MSU finished the 2021-22 season with a 23-13 overall record, including an 11-9 mark in the Big Ten Conference, and was selected to play in the NCAA Tournament for the 24th-straight season, the second-longest active streak in Division I men’s basketball.15 hours ago

Which Conference does Michigan State play in?

On Thursday, Palmer Ridge High School held a celebration to honor offensive lineman Connor Jones’ commitment. Jones signed his National Letter of Intent on Wednesday to play DI football at the University of Michigan. Michigan is in the Big Ten conference, and just won the conference title.

What county is Michigan in?

Welcome to Oakland County, Michigan “As we begin a new year, Oakland County remains dedicated to listening to the concerns of our residents, setting goals, measuring our progress and being transparent about how we’re doing on providing quality public services and advancing key strategic priorities.” David Coulter, County Executive Featured

What is a summary of conference?

The summary case conference is a meaningful discussion between the prosecution and the accused regarding pre-trial disclosure, the issues in dispute and the prospects of resolving the charges.

What is the time change in Michigan?

western Upper Peninsula, are officially in the Central Time Zone. Michigan does utilize Daylight Saving Time. Sunday March 14, 2021 at 2:00 AM local time. Sunday November 7, 2021 at 2:00 AM local time.

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GAME CENTER

  • Michigan State Spartans
    Q4 0:22
    Touchdown
    D.Beville pass INTERCEPTED at MSU 22. Intercepted by C.Haladay at MSU 22. C.Haladay for 78 yards, TOUCHDOWN.
    8 plays, 49 yds, 2:29
    21 – 30
  • Michigan State Spartans
    Q4 2:51
    Touchdown
    P.Thorne pass complete to PIT 22. Catch made by J.Reed at PIT 22. Gain of 22 yards. J.Reed for 22 yards, TOUCHDOWN. PENALTY on PIT-M.Devonshire, Defensive Pass Interference, 15 yards, declined. TWO-POINT CONVERSION ATTEMPT. P.Thorne steps back to pass. Catch made by J.Nailor at PIT 3. Gain of yards. TWO-POINT ATTEMPT SUCCEEDS.
    11 plays, 71 yds, 2:46
    21 – 24
  • Michigan State Spartans
    Q4 8:06
    Touchdown
    P.Thorne pass complete to PIT 15. Catch made by C.Heyward at PIT 15. Gain of 15 yards. C.Heyward for 15 yards, TOUCHDOWN. TWO-POINT CONVERSION ATTEMPT. P.Thorne steps back to pass. Catch made by C.Heyward at PIT 3. Gain of yards. Pushed out of bounds by PIT at PIT 3. TWO-POINT ATTEMPT FAILS.
    13 plays, 65 yds, 6:50
    21 – 16
  • Pittsburgh Panthers
    Q3 14:40
    Touchdown
    P.Thorne scrambles to MSU 26 for 1 yards. P.Thorne FUMBLES, forced by J.Morgan. Fumble RECOVERED by PIT-C.Bright at MSU 26. C.Bright for yards, TOUCHDOWN.
    3 plays, 1 yds, 0:20
    20 – 10
  • Pittsburgh Panthers
    Q2 1:02
    Touchdown
    D.Beville pass complete to MSU 4. Catch made by J.Wayne at MSU 4. Gain of 4 yards. J.Wayne for 4 yards, TOUCHDOWN. The Replay Official reviewed the pass completion and the play was upheld. S.Scarton extra point is good.
    6 plays, 87 yds, 1:01
    14 – 10
  • Michigan State Spartans
    Q1 2:39
    Field Goal
    M.Coghlin 36 yard field goal attempt is good, Center-H.Pepper, Holder-C.Waddell.
    11 plays, 57 yds, 5:18
    7 – 10
  • Pittsburgh Panthers
    Q1 7:57
    Touchdown
    N.Patti scrambles to MSU End Zone for 16 yards. N.Patti for 16 yards, TOUCHDOWN. S.Scarton extra point is good.
    12 plays, 75 yds, 5:14
    7 – 7
  • Michigan State Spartans
    Q1 13:11
    Touchdown
    P.Thorne pass complete to PIT 28. Catch made by J.Reed at PIT 28. Gain of 28 yards. J.Reed for 28 yards, TOUCHDOWN. The Replay Official reviewed the runner broke the plane and the play was upheld. M.Coghlin extra point is good.
    3 plays, 29 yds, 0:45
    0 – 7
All times are Eastern Time


GAMES


NEWS

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STANDINGS

East CONF W-L HOME AWAY STRK

Logo of the Michigan Wolverines

Michigan Wolverines 81 122 71 51 L1

Logo of the Ohio State Buckeyes

Ohio State Buckeyes 81 112 61 51 W1

Logo of the Michigan State Spartans

Michigan State Spartans 72 112 70 42 W2

Logo of the Penn State Nittany Lions

Penn State Nittany Lions 45 76 52 24 L2

Logo of the Maryland Terrapins

Maryland Terrapins 36 76 43 33 W2

Logo of the Rutgers Scarlet Knights

Rutgers Scarlet Knights 27 58 25 33 L3

Logo of the Indiana Hoosiers

Indiana Hoosiers 09 210 15 15 L8
West CONF W-L HOME AWAY STRK

Logo of the Iowa Hawkeyes

Iowa Hawkeyes 72 104 62 42 L2

Logo of the Minnesota Golden Gophers

Minnesota Golden Gophers 63 94 53 41 W3

Logo of the Wisconsin Badgers

Wisconsin Badgers 63 94 53 41 W1

Logo of the Purdue Boilermakers

Purdue Boilermakers 63 94 52 42 W3

Logo of the Illinois Fighting Illini

Illinois Fighting Illini 45 57 34 23 W1

Logo of the Nebraska Cornhuskers

Nebraska Cornhuskers 18 39 34 05 L6

Logo of the Northwestern Wildcats

Northwestern Wildcats 18 39 34 05 L6


RANKINGS

W L PCT STRK TREND
1

Alabama Crimson Tide 13 2 .867 L1

2

2

Michigan Wolverines 12 2 .857 L1

3

Georgia Bulldogs 14 1 .933 W2

2

4

Cincinnati Bearcats 13 1 .929 L1

5

Notre Dame Fighting Irish 11 2 .846 L1

1

6

Ohio State Buckeyes 11 2 .846 W1

1

7

Baylor Bears 12 2 .857 W5

2

8

Ole Miss Rebels 10 3 .769 L1

9

Oklahoma State Cowboys 12 2 .857 W1

4

10

Michigan State Spartans 11 2 .846 W2

1

11

Utah Utes 10 4 .714 L1

6

12

Pittsburgh Panthers 11 3 .786 L1

3

13

Brigham Young Cougars 10 3 .769 L1

1

14

Oregon Ducks 10 4 .714 L2

4

15

Iowa Hawkeyes 10 4 .714 L2

2

16

Oklahoma Sooners 11 2 .846 W1

2

17

Wake Forest Demon Deacons 11 3 .786 W1

1

18

North Carolina State Wolfpack 9 3 .750 W2

19

Clemson Tigers 10 3 .769 W6

1

20

Houston Cougars 12 2 .857 W1

1

21

Arkansas Razorbacks 9 4 .692 W2

1

22

Kentucky Wildcats 10 3 .769 W4

1

23

Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns 13 1 .929 W13

1

24

San Diego State Aztecs 12 2 .857 W1

5

25

Texas A&M Aggies 8 4 .667 L1


ROSTER

NO NAME POS HT WT
40

Powers Warren

Powers Warren TE 6’4″ 230
0

Jalen Berger

Jalen Berger RB 6’1″ 205
0

Michael Masunas

Michael Masunas TE 6’4″ 241
19

Zach Gillespie

Zach Gillespie QB 6’2″ 205
70

Dallas Fincher

Dallas Fincher OL 6’4″ 300
2

Harold Joiner

Harold Joiner RB 6’4″ 215
56

Matt Carrick

Matt Carrick G 6’5″ 325
17

Tre Mosley

Tre Mosley WR 6’2″ 195
75

Kevin Jarvis

Kevin Jarvis G 6’6″ 325
0

Jarek Broussard

Jarek Broussard RB 5’9″ 185
0

Antonio Gates

Antonio Gates WR 6’2″ 187
92

Evan Morris

Evan Morris TE 6’5″ 240
1

Jayden Reed

Jayden Reed WR 6’0″ 185
5

Hamp Fay

Hamp Fay QB 6’5″ 220
0

Jack Nickel

Jack Nickel TE 6’4″ 236
0

Jaron Glover

Jaron Glover WR 6’1″ 195
3

Terry Lockett

Terry Lockett WR 6’0″ 180
0

Brian Greene

Brian Greene OL 6’3″ 300
87

Jahz Watts

Jahz Watts WR 6’0″ 180
15

Anthony Russo

Anthony Russo QB 6’4″ 240
64

Matt Allen

Matt Allen OL 6’3″ 315
0

Kristian Phillips

Kristian Phillips G 6’4″ 350
58

Spencer Brown

Spencer Brown OL 6’6″ 320
59

Nick Samac

Nick Samac OL 6’4″ 310
14

Noah Kim

Noah Kim QB 6’2″ 185
0

Keon Coleman

Keon Coleman WR 6’4″ 210
0

Tyrell Henry

Tyrell Henry WR 6’0″ 171
47

Jackson Morse

Jackson Morse TE 6’3″ 230
62

Luke Campbell

Luke Campbell OL 6’5″ 290
24

Elijah Collins

Elijah Collins RB 6’1″ 225
70

Kevin Wigenton

Kevin Wigenton OL 6’5″ 330
0

Katin Houser

Katin Houser QB 6’3″ 195
42

Nick Hunter

Nick Hunter WR 5’10” 190
69

Blake Bueter

Blake Bueter OL 6’4″ 320
6

Maliq Carr

Maliq Carr TE 6’5″ 245
10

Payton Thorne

Payton Thorne QB 6’2″ 210
25

Joseph Martinez

Joseph Martinez WR 5’9″ 195
67

J.D. Duplain

J.D. Duplain OL 6’4″ 305
0

Daniel Barker

Daniel Barker TE 6’4″ 250
16

Christian Fitzpatrick

Christian Fitzpatrick WR 6’4″ 205
30

Davion Primm

Davion Primm RB 6’0″ 195
83

Montorie Foster

Montorie Foster WR 6’0″ 185
22

Jordon Simmons

Jordon Simmons RB 5’11” 195
85

Cade McDonald

Cade McDonald WR 5’11” 195
77

Ethan Boyd

Ethan Boyd OL 6’7″ 315
0

Germie Bernard

Germie Bernard WR 6’0″ 199
86

Aubrey Dawkins

Aubrey Dawkins WR 5’10” 180
0

Gavin Broscious

Gavin Broscious OL 6’4″ 305
18

Andrew Schofaar

Andrew Schofaar QB 6’2″ 195
44

Adam Berghorst

Adam Berghorst TE 6’7″ 260
97

Tyler Hunt

Tyler Hunt TE 6’3″ 235
13

Sebastian Brown

Sebastian Brown WR 6’3″ 190
74

Geno VanDeMark

Geno VanDeMark OL 6’5″ 325


Overview

Michigan State University (Michigan State, MSU) is a public land-grant research university in East Lansing, Michigan, founded in 1855 as the Agricultural College of the State of Michigan, the first of its kind in the United States, predating the Agricultural College of Pennsylvania. After the introduction of the Morrill Act in 1862, the state designated the college a land-grant institution in 1863, making it one of the first land-grant colleges in the United States. The college became coed…


History

The rise of scientific agriculture in Europe in the first half of the nineteenth century and the desire for formal agricultural education at the college level by forward looking agriculturalists in Michigan gave impetus to a movement that led to the establishment of the Agricultural College of the State of Michigan in 1855, the first of its kind in the United States, predating the Agricultural College of Pennsylvania (founded in 1855, renamed in 1862), the Maryland Agricultural College (founded in 1…


Campus

MSU’s sprawling campus is in East Lansing, Michigan. The campus is perched on the banks of the Red Cedar River. Development of the campus started in 1856 with three buildings: a multipurpose College Hall building, a dormitory later called “Saints’ Rest”, and a barn. Today, MSU’s contiguous campus consists of 5,300 acres (2,100 ha), 2,000 acres (810 ha) of which are developed. There are 563 buildings: 107 for academics, 131 for agriculture, 166 for housing and food service, and …


Academics

Michigan State offers a rolling admissions system, with an early admission deadline in October. MSU is considered “more selective” by U.S. News & World Report. For the Class of 2023 (enrolling Fall 2019), MSU received 44,322 applications and accepted 31,522 (71.1%), with 8,801 enrolling. The middle 50% range of SAT scores for enrolling freshmen was 550-650 for reading and writing, and 550-670 for math. The middle 50% ACT composite score range was 23–29. The average hig…


Colleges

MSU has over 200 academic programs offered by 17 degree-granting colleges.
MSU’s first residential college, Justin Morrill College started in 1965 with an interdisciplinary curriculum. MSU closed Morrill College in 1979, but today the university has three residential colleges, including the recent opening of the Residential College in Arts & Humanities (RCAH) located in Snyder and Phillips halls.


Athletics

Michigan State’s NCAA Division I-A program offers 12 varsity sports for men and 13 for women. Since their teams are called the Spartans, MSU’s mascot is a Spartan warrior named Sparty. The university participates in the Big Ten Conference in all varsity sports, including the new Big Ten hockey conference, featuring 6 teams. The current athletic director is Bill Beekman who replaced Mark Hollis. Bill Beekman officially assumed the role of MSU’s 19th athletic director on July 17, …


Student life

East Lansing is very much a college town, with 63.5% of the population between the ages of 15 and 24. President John A. Hannah’s push to expand in the 1950s and 1960s resulted in the largest residence hall system in the United States. Around 16,000 students live in MSU’s 23 undergraduate halls, one graduate hall, and three apartment villages. Each residence hall has its own hall government, with representatives in the Residence Halls Association. Yet despite the size and ex…


People

Important College leaders in the 19th century include John C. Holmes, the founder; Joseph R. Williams, the first president, and Theophilus C. Abbot, the third president who stabilized the college after the Civil War, were both key in establishing and maintaining the college’s early balanced liberal/practical curriculum. Also of importance was botany professor William J. Beal, an early plant (hybrid corn) pre-geneticist who championed the laboratory teaching method. Anothe…

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