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RIP Baylor's kicker. He's with Jesus now.
Michigan State students absolutely killed it on College GameDay this morning in East Lansing, tackling everything from Urban Meyer, the SEC bias, and Papa Johns.
Here's video of Michigan football players doing a really dumb thing during a rivalry game.
Uh oh, things just got real in the Michigan and Michigan State rivalry and it looks like the Spartans have delivered the first blow.
An Indiana fan may have just given us the Vine of the year.
Shilique Calhoun is a bad, bad man. Here's his belly-to-back suplex called by legendary WWE announcer Jim Ross.
Best false start ever? Best false start ever.
Watch Jim Ross call this brutal suplex of Eastern Michigan quarterback Robert Bolden.
At Michigan State, everybody tackles violently including the offensive lineman.
Virginia, winners in 18 of their last 19 games, won the ACC regular season title as well as the ACC Tournament but have been disrespected for most of the season.
Mailk McDowell is a 5-star football recruit who wants to go to Michigan State, but his mom won't sign his letter of intent.
We have entered the dog days of February and the madness is only a month away.
My Fox Detroit uncovered tweets from the security guard former Michigan State recruit Jayru Campbell bodyslammed last month, and he totally deserved it.
High school QB and Michigan State recruit Jayru Campbell is in trouble after (shoot) bodyslamming a security guard. Time for the People's Elbow!
The Michigan State Spartans brought back their Daniel Bryan/Rose Bowl victory YES chants during halftime at a basketball game against Ohio State. YES! YES!
To celebrate their first Rose Bowl victory in almost 30 years, the Michigan State Spartans broke out a YES chant a la WWE's Daniel Bryan. YES! YES! YES!
Michigan State coach Tom Izzo stopped a game with two minutes left to honor retiring referee Ed Hightower, a man who's made him mad for years.
During Friday's Michigan State Columbia almost-upset, where the Ivy Leaguers held a seven-point advantage in the second half, the Spartans crowd played a hand in their team's avoidance of said upset.