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Yeah, but you never want a season where people say --- you only won cause of this or that, ya know.

It's unfortunate, though I see where you're coming from.

Point taken, but our Big Ten schedule is still really tough. We still have to go to Nebraska and Iowa...play Wisconsin and you guy at home. If we win the Big Ten I'm sure we would have proved ourselves on the field.

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From what I read I inferred that he will be somewhat involved with the football program through an internship. It sounds like he is making the best out of bad/sad situation.

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Sims back full time. Dantonio said he did everything he needed to get back on the team. Listed at 277 lbs. Holy crap and also behind Celek as Number 2.

Linthicum and Bullough listed last at their positions and sitting first two practices.

Foreman going to miss entire spring practice due to wrist surgery in offseason.

Schofner listed as Starting RT

Baker/Caper/Bell listed as co-starters

Gholston listed as starting DE.

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Depth Chart

X 3 B.J. CUNNINGHAM (6-2, 223, Sr.-5) OR

7 KEITH NICHOL (6-2, 222, Sr.-5)

14 Tony Lippett (6-2, 185, R-Fr.)

81 Brad Sonntag (5-8, 177, Sr.-5)

15 Donald Spencer (6-2, 203, So.)

18 Jordan Benton (6-0, 184, So.)

LT 75 JARED MCGAHA (6-6, 292, Sr.-5)

79 David Barrent (6-8, 308, So.) OR

65 Michael Dennis (6-7, 307, R-Fr.)

LG 71 JOHN DEYO (6-6, 295, Jr.) OR

60 MICAJAH REYNOLDS (6-5, 318, So.)

72 Nate Klatt (6-4, 285, So.)

C 68 ETHAN RUHLAND (6-5, 288, Jr.) OR

64 BLAKE TREADWELL (6-3, 292, Jr.) OR

72 NATE KLATT (6-4, 285, So.) OR

63 TRAVIS JACKSON (6-3, 265, R-Fr.)

RG 62 CHRIS MCDONALD (6-5, 290, Jr.)

64 Blake Treadwell (6-3, 292, Jr.) OR

74 Zach Hueter (6-6, 324, Jr.)

RT 70 SKYLER SCHOFNER (6-7, 305, R-Fr.)

59 Dan France (6-6, 304, So.)

69 Shawn Kamm (6-7, 303, R-Fr.)

TE 85 GARRETT CELEK (6-5, 247, Sr.-5)

80 Dion Sims (6-5, 277, So.)

84 Derek Hoebing (6-7, 265, So.) OR

48 Drew Stevens (6-4, 247, Jr.) OR

92 Andrew Gleichert (6-5, 243, R-Fr.) OR

88 Brian Linthicum (6-5, 243, Sr.-5)

Z 82 KESHAWN MARTIN (5-11, 185, Sr.)

13 Bennie Fowler (6-1, 212, So.)

25 Keith Mumphery (6-0, 205, R-Fr.)

16 Chris D. Rucker (5-9, 175, Sr.-5)

17 Kyle Nichol (5-9, 180, So.)

87 Milton Colbert (6-4, 208, Jr.)

QB 8 KIRK COUSINS (6-3, 202, Sr.-5)

10 Andrew Maxwell (6-3, 208, So.)

12 Peter Badovinac (6-2, 218, Jr.)

FB 42 TODD ANDERSON (6-2, 253, Sr.-5)

38 Niko Palazeti (6-1, 250, R-Fr.)

86 Fred Smith (6-2, 236, Jr.)

47 Adam Setterbo (6-3, 243, Sr.-5)

37 Chris Hessell (5-11, 230, R-So.)

45 Jeff Bobek (6-1, 240, Jr.)

TB 4 EDWIN BAKER (5-9, 208, Jr.) OR

22 LARRY CAPER (5-11, 220, Jr.) OR

24 LE’VEON BELL (6-2, 237, So.)

20 Nick Hill (5-7, 182, R-Fr.)

33 Jeremy Langford (5-11, 199, R-Fr.)

LE 91 TYLER HOOVER (6-7, 274, Jr.)

44 Marcus Rush (6-2, 250, R-Fr.)

52 Denzel Drone (6-2, 260, So.)

DT 99 JEREL WORTHY (6-3, 305, Jr.)

57 Johnathan Strayhorn (6-0, 278, Sr.-5)

69 Blake Pacheco (6-1, 260, Sr.-5)

65 Doug Curtis (6-2, 262, Jr.)

NT 98 ANTHONY RASHAD WHITE (6-2, 320, Jr.)

61 Antonio Jeremiah (6-5, 365, Sr.-5)

58 Jordan Sanders (6-1, 288, R-Fr.)

RE 2 WILLIAM GHOLSTON (6-7, 265, So.)

55 Corey Freeman (6-2, 236, Jr.)

94 Taylor Calero (6-3, 230, R-Fr.)

SAM 10 CHRIS NORMAN (6-1, 225, Jr.)

47 Jeremy Gainer (6-1, 227, So.)

42 Ty Hamilton (6-0, 228, R-Fr.)

MIKE 50 STEVE GARDINER (6-1, 215, Jr.)

49 TyQuan Hammock (6-0, 227, So.) OR

40 Max Bullough (6-3, 240, So.)

STAR 28 DENICOS ALLEN (5-10, 218, So.)

41 Kyler Elsworth (6-1, 209, So.)

FC 5 JOHNNY ADAMS (5-11, 170, Jr.)

32 Mitchell White (5-11, 174, Jr.)

12 Dana Dixon (6-2, 171, So.)

FS 39 TRENTON ROBINSON (5-10, 195, Sr.)

6 Mylan Hicks (5-11, 187, R-Fr.)

19 Danny Folino (5-9, 196, So.)

SS 23 JAIRUS JONES (6-1, 205, So.)

9 Isaiah Lewis (5-10, 199, So.)

27 Kurtis Drummond (6-1, 200, R-Fr.)

BC 31 DARQUEZE DENNARD (5-11, 185, So.)

14 Tony Lippett (6-2, 185, R-Fr.)

36 Arjen Colquhoun (6-0, 187, Fr.)

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Sparty pride - MSU is the only school to have multiple national championships in football, basketball, and hockey.

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UMD now shares an MSU feat of having won a football and hockey NC in the same year. Although UMD football is obviously a lower level...Still impressive.

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Anyone going to the Green and White (Spring) Game this Saturday? My brother's been in and around the Duffy and Skandalaris this week...Lot's of positive vibes ringing around the walls.

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Rexrode:

The final week is here. To start, the quote of the day. By Pat Narduzzi, on Johnny Adams: "Johnny Adams is playing like an All-Big Ten first team, maybe defensive player of the year ... Totally new level. I mean, last year he had probably an average to a below-average spring, but he has turned it up. And he’s playing exceptionally well. He’s a little bigger, more physical, and just making plays. He knows what he’s doing and he’s playing with confidence, you know? He’s tough to throw against, period.”

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Worthy was the next overall selection, would have been first pick if the coin toss had gone to the white team. Rexrode breaks it all down nicely.

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