Former Michigan State wide receiver Andre Rison says he was slapped by an assistant coach in 1986.
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In most sports, the question "Who won the title?" is a straightforward one. Not so in college football. As we get ready for a season unlike any other, here's a look at some of the strangest title claims and races in the sport's history.
- Former MSU WR Rison says assistant struck him
- Judge recommends tossing suit against Dantonio
- Ex-MSU recruiting director suit details violations
- Spartans hire K-State's Hazelton as new DC
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College football coaches are relying on Zoom, old-school workouts and, in some cases, having backyard rodeos while adjusting to a spring upended by the coronavirus.
A federal judge has recommended that a former Michigan State football staff member's claims against former Spartans coach Mark Dantonio, former athletic director Mark Hollis and former school president Lou Anna Simon should be dismissed.
Missing the NCAA tournament and spring football? Well, here's an early look at what might happen if Mike Leach had his way and we had a 64-team college football playoff.
In a new lawsuit filed in state court, former Michigan State recruiting director Curtis Blackwell said that the Spartans illegally and secretly taped the practices of an opposing team, and improperly visited recruits' homes, among other violations.
Scottie Hazelton, who spent last season as Kansas State's defensive coordinator and linebackers coach, has been hired as Michigan State's defensive coordinator, the Spartans announced Friday.
Dick Tamburo, an athletic director at Texas Tech, Arizona State and Missouri, and an All-American center at Michigan State, has died. He was 90. Michigan State won two national championships during his three seasons with the Spartans.