Michigan state – Blissfield http://blissfield.net/ Sun, 28 Nov 2021 19:07:35 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://blissfield.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-3-120x120.png Michigan state – Blissfield http://blissfield.net/ 32 32 How to Watch Michigan State vs. Penn State: TV Channel, Kick-off Time, Live Stream https://blissfield.net/how-to-watch-michigan-state-vs-penn-state-tv-channel-kick-off-time-live-stream/ Sat, 27 Nov 2021 11:02:00 +0000 https://blissfield.net/how-to-watch-michigan-state-vs-penn-state-tv-channel-kick-off-time-live-stream/ Michigan State may not be playing for a spot in the Big Ten title game anymore, but it still plays for a lot of other things as Penn State comes to town in the regular season finale: The first regular season. of 10 program wins since 2015, a potential spot in the New Years Six […]]]>

Michigan State may not be playing for a spot in the Big Ten title game anymore, but it still plays for a lot of other things as Penn State comes to town in the regular season finale: The first regular season. of 10 program wins since 2015, a potential spot in the New Years Six Bowl, and of course the Land Grant Trophy.

GAME INFORMATION

Who: No.12 Michigan State (9-2, 6-2) vs. Penn State (7-4, 4-4)

When: 3:36 p.m.

Where: Spartan Stadium, East Lansing

Twitter: Follow Matt Wenzel

Live updates: join the MLive conversation at 2:30 p.m.

Last row: Penn State -1

HOW TO WATCH

Television Network: ABC (Sean McDonough, Todd Blackledge, Molly McGrath)

Streaming options

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Main cable companies

Comcast: Channel 3/231 (HD) | Diffusion

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Flat: Canal 53 | Diffusion

DIRECTV: Channel 53 | Diffusion

* Channel numbers shown are for Michigan subscribers and may change by geographic area. Check local listings.

HOW TO LISTEN

Radio network: Spartan Media Network

Affiliates: WJR-AM 760 Detroit; WJIM-AM 1240 / WMMQ-FM 94.9 Lansing; 22 other Michigan affiliates listed on MSUSpartans.com

Live broadcast: MSUSpartans.com | iPhone application | Android app

Satellite: SiriusXM channel. 83

IN CASE YOU MISS IT

Five essential readings before kick-off:

* Mel Tucker has a few more dollars in his pocket and Michigan State is hoping he will coach him for a long time. Tucker signed a new 10-year, $ 95 million contract on Wednesday to make him the second-highest-paid college football coach behind Alabama’s Nick Saban.

* Michigan state’s injury woes have piled up: they could do without their top two wide receivers, left tackle and more on Saturday. Kenneth Walker III is also attacked. Coaches are looking to a multitude of reserves to step up and help end the season strong.

* Tucker took a rare moment to meet his team’s outward expectations this week after the team’s 49-point loss to Ohio State. He pointed out that while the Spartans have already far surpassed what others expected of them (their upper / lower win tally was four), they also weren’t “playing with house money.”

* How much Walker is available, how the Michigan State pass defense is reacting and how many fans are in the stands are among the five things to watch for Matt Wenzel on Saturday.

* Connor Heyward is among the Michigan State players entering the field for Seniors Day on Saturday, and he has one of the most interesting stories ever: A player who entered the transfer portal was retired, changed positions and became an NFL prospect.

STATUTORY OFFICERS

Michigan State

* Passes: Payton Thorne 187-309, 2,611 yards, 22 TD, 8 INT

* Rushing: Kenneth Walker III 233 carries, 1,498 yards, 17 TD

* Receive: Jayden Reed 47 catches, 857 yards, 7 touchdowns

* Tackles: Xavier Henderson 89

* Bags: Jeff Pietrowski, Jacub Panasiuk 5.5

* Interceptions: Henderson, Charles Brantley, Noah Harvey, Chester Kimbrough, Justin White, Cal Haladay, Darius Snow, Angelo Grose, Xavier Henderson, Ronald Williams 1

State of pennsylvania

* Passing: Sean Clifford 224-362, 2599 yards, 17 TD, 6 INT

* Rushing: Keyvone Lee 89 carries, 416 yards, 2 TD

* Receiving: Jahan Dotson 83 catches, 1,045 yards, 10 touchdowns

* Attacks: Ellis Brooks 91

* Bags: Arnold Ebiketie 9.5

* Interceptions: Ji-Ayir Brown 4

BIG TEN SCHEDULE (with predictions)

Friday November 26

Iowa 28, Nebraska 21

Saturday November 27

Ohio State, Michigan, noon (FOX)

Maryland at Rutgers, noon (BTN)

Penn State at Michigan State, 3:30 p.m. (ABC)

Indiana at Purdue, 3:30 p.m. (FS1)

Northwestern Illinois, 3:30 p.m. ET (BTN)

Wisconsin vs. Minnesota, 4 p.m. ET (FOX)



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No.6 Baylor defeats Michigan State 75-58 for Atlantis title https://blissfield.net/no-6-baylor-defeats-michigan-state-75-58-for-atlantis-title/ Fri, 26 Nov 2021 18:09:01 +0000 https://blissfield.net/no-6-baylor-defeats-michigan-state-75-58-for-atlantis-title/ In this photo provided by Bahamas Visual Services, Baylor goaltender James Akinjo (11) and Michigan state goalie Tyson Walker (2) fight for the ball in an NCAA college basketball game in Paradise Island, Bahamas on Friday, November 26, 2021 (Tim Aylen / Bahamas Visual Services via AP) Tim Aylen PA PARADISAL ISLAND, Bahamas James Akinjo […]]]>

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In this photo provided by Bahamas Visual Services, Baylor goaltender James Akinjo (11) and Michigan state goalie Tyson Walker (2) fight for the ball in an NCAA college basketball game in Paradise Island, Bahamas on Friday, November 26, 2021 (Tim Aylen / Bahamas Visual Services via AP)

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James Akinjo scored 15 points and No.6 Baylor opened the game after halftime to beat Michigan State 75-58 on Friday for the Battle 4 Atlantis Championship.

The reigning national champions led just 38-36 at the break. But they started to take control in the opening minutes of the second half, throwing defensive looks across the pitch at the Spartans and capitalizing on their mistakes.

The Bears used an 8-0 run to stretch to a double-digit lead, ending when Akinjo circled an in-bounds pass thrown against pressure from Tyson Walker and buried a 3-pointer to carry the score at 55-42 with 13:57 to go. .

Baylor (7-0) never left Michigan State in single digits again, dropping to 6-0 all-time at Atlantis to return to their 2016 championship run.

Freshman Kendall Brown added 12 points on a 6-7 shot for the Bears, who shot 49% and four players scored in double digits. Akinjo was selected MVP of Atlantis.

Gabe Brown scored 13 points for the Spartans (5-2), who shot only 37% and missed all seven of their 3 points after halftime. Michigan State also committed 19 turnovers for the game.

BIG PICTURE

Baylor: The Bears defeated Arizona State 75-63 in the first round on Wednesday, then drove to a 69-61 victory over VCU in Thursday’s semifinal, with that result marking their first game decided by a single-digit margin. They seemed to be heading for another close one, but their poise and athleticism allowed them to pounce when the Spartans made mistakes. Baylor has now won 13 straight titles since last year’s title in the Indianapolis bubble.

Michigan State: The Spartans hadn’t lost since falling to fourth-seeded Kansas in the Champions Classic opener. They had to fight their way through their first two games in the Bahamas by beating Loyola Chicago 63-61 on a last-second dunk from Marcus Bingham Jr., then beating No.22 UConn 64-60 in closing the game. on a 9-0 series. But they couldn’t counter Baylor’s depth after half-time.

A GOOD PRESAGE?

If recent history is any indication, the Bears could have another title in the future.

Villanova won the 2017 Atlantis title and won a second NCAA Championship in three seasons the following April in San Antonio. Then Virginia followed the same route, winning here in 2018, then winning the program’s first national title in 2019 in Minneapolis.

But the 2019 winner Michigan didn’t have a chance to test the trend once the 2020 NCAA tournament was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which ultimately put the Atlantis tournament on hiatus for a year.

FOLLOWING

Baylor: The Bears have a week off before hosting Arkansas-Pine Bluff on December 4.

State of Michigan: The Spartans host Louisville for the ACC / Big Ten challenge on Wednesday.

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Big Ten Power Poll, After Week 12: Michigan State Takes Down, Wisconsin Up? https://blissfield.net/big-ten-power-poll-after-week-12-michigan-state-takes-down-wisconsin-up/ Wed, 24 Nov 2021 17:15:00 +0000 https://blissfield.net/big-ten-power-poll-after-week-12-michigan-state-takes-down-wisconsin-up/ My family is celebrating Thanksgiving Wednesday and I’m organizing, which means instead of writing this I should wipe down the baseboards or something. I always see memes about cleaning baseboards while on vacation, and I’m not sure I’ve cleaned my baseboards before, to be honest with you, either I’m gross or you who have dirty […]]]>

My family is celebrating Thanksgiving Wednesday and I’m organizing, which means instead of writing this I should wipe down the baseboards or something. I always see memes about cleaning baseboards while on vacation, and I’m not sure I’ve cleaned my baseboards before, to be honest with you, either I’m gross or you who have dirty baseboards are.

I don’t have a ton of time to waste this week anyway, thanks to the burdens of the holiday season. Now is a good time to remind our predominantly male readership that the pressure, work and planning of the holiday season falls disproportionately on women, so if you have a woman in your life maybe try to do something to lighten the burden. or improve his life in some way or another in the weeks to come.

On that note, I chose a low-effort method to conduct this Power Poll AND the gentlemen of the OTE writing team kindly participated as well. We all spend way too much time on the internet (so do you) and so, compiling this collection of gifs for the Big Ten teams was a lot of fun. Let us know what evidence we missed in the comments!

And Happy Thanksgiving to you all! (Except the Iowa fans. They know why.) At OTE, we are grateful to all of you who read our silly stories and esoteric walks. We know there are finer, simpler places to play your sport without being disturbed by Victoriana, Hamilton’s words and evolutionary milestones, but we’re very happy that you choose to join us here.

A GOAT among the Big Ten gifs.

High: 1 | Low: 1 | Last week: 1st

What about everyone’s least favorite behemoth? Not a lot. They are good. They are boring. At first they lost to Oregon, which is hilarious in retrospect …


via Thumpasaurus

… but ultimately wasn’t as bad as it could have been.

Now in full Death Star mode, they eagerly await a showdown with Michigan:


via StewMonkey

Or maybe they don’t really care, and just eagerly awaiting another playoff appearance, another top five, same old, same old, blah blah blah.

Congratulations I guess.


LW: 2 | High: 2 | Low: 3

A few of these teams feature characters associated with them that are themselves unique, and none more than Jim Harbaugh of Michigan. MGoBlog even hosted a Harbaugh Gif tournament in 2016.


I could probably do a Power Poll just from Harbaugh’s reaction gifs, and that would be amazing. Remind me to do this if Harbaugh gets fired.

He won’t get fired this year as Michigan is doing pretty well. Sure, they needed a little luck to beat Nebraska and they lost to Little Brother again, but overall it’s a decent year to be a Wolverine.


Lol, wishes from Michigan.

Good luck with OSU, folks. 🙂


LW: 4 | High: 2 | Low: 5

Stew named a timeless truth as the epitome of Wisconsin:


via StewMonkey

And while that’s certainly true, it’s more representative of the rest of the Hate Quadrangle than the badgers themselves. So I was forced to consider other gifs that reminded me of Wisconsin. This one, for the way their spooky mascot looks like a box of popcorn with a rodent head:


This one for the spooky way they have a “laid back weekend with friends and cheese:”


But after being written off early in the season, the West’s sheer yearning put them in position for another trip to Indianapolis for some real fun with the Buckeyes. So…


LW: 3 | High: 3 | Low: 6

Our first instinct was to honor Mel Tucker by being paid:



Good for you, Mel.

Granted, they followed that up by getting destroyed quickly by OSU, but they’ve already beaten Michigan, and they’re 9-2 and


LW: 6 | High: 3 | Low: 8

Raise your hand if you feel sorry for Penn State! Yeah, me neither. But they’re not in a completely enviable position – they’re pretty decent, but they have an unfavorable division – forever behind Ohio State, and this year behind Michigan and MSU as well. Franklin isn’t bad enough to get rid of him, and in fact … he just got a Mel Tucker salary, so we’ll see Franklin on the sidelines for a long time:

So this guy will be behind him, yuck.

Penn State seems doomed to always trying to make their way through a division where it’s really, really hard to do:


via Misdreavus

Good luck, Nits!


Participant East Division!

LW: 5 | High: 4 | Low: 7

To begin with, we must first make the homage obvious. Yes, we’ve seen it before, but it’s the Mona Lisa of the Big Ten gif, and we need to respect it where it belongs. I’m talking of course about Hawkeyes on My Belly.


Hang it in the Louvre.

Either way, Iowa has had an interesting season. They were ranked No.2 and, while at the peak of their power, had a controversial moment in the Penn State game. As several PSU players suffered injuries, the Iowa crowd chanted:


Alleging that the “ho on fire” was a plot to “slow down the offense,” unbiased observers as well as Penn State fans pointed out that this was almost certainly not true, as it is about the Iowa offense:


Rather than condemning this, HC Kirk Ferentz appeared to double down on the plot. But you know what they say:


via Misdreavus

Soon Iowa was no longer No. 2 in the country. Hell, they’re not even close to second place in this poll. There’s nothing wrong with a 10-2 regular season, but in this case the pride definitely came before the fall.

LW: 7 | High: 5 | Low: 8

Here is a collection of old-fashioned train gifs:




This concludes my thoughts on Purdue.

LW: 8 | High: 6 | G: 8

The Minnesota course did not go well this year. Hilariously, they dropped an early game at… Bowling Green ?!


Although the ship was righted for a while, an inexplicable 14-6 loss to the mighty … Illinois ?! complicated things for the Gophers:


They have a chance of winning the division, mathematically. But euh…


Good luck, Gopher.


LW: 12 | High: 9 | Low: 12

The story of the season:


Scott didn’t know at the time against Michigan that it could, in fact, be a lot worse. The faith of Husker fans has been tried and tried and tried again this season. They don’t blow themselves up, and that’s good, but they’re almost comically determined to lose close games to a point I’ve certainly never seen on any other team.

Some fans broke:


The most extreme of these examples was Milton Munson, Jr., a longtime Husker fan who passed away on November 16. His obituary reads as follows:

“The grim reality of the Nebraska Cornhuskers ending another season with a record losing record proved too much to bear for Milton Andrew Munson, who decided he had seen enough of this world during the recent week off from the club. ‘team,’ the notice read.

“The Huskers may not have sent him to the afterlife with a win, but at least they didn’t lose. And sometimes that’s the best you can hope for.

This season is definitely the best you can hope for. By the way, Munson had one last wish:

“Instead of flowers, please place an irresponsible bet on Nebraska beating Iowa.”

Rest in peace, Mr. Munson. I hope the Huskers can win one for you, but honestly I’m not very optimistic.

LW: 11 | High: 9 | Low: 12

As with Iowa, we must first recognize a unique gif in Maryland:


I wonder where she is now. Hope she’s okay. And I hope this guy in the end has finally recovered too.

While everything in this gif is awesome, the real Maryland theme this year is pretty juuuuuuuuuuuut. They got just enough wins at the start of the season that they were able to get their butt kicked by most of their division. They’re on the cusp of a bowl game, and they just have to get past the mighty Rutgers. This is traditionally when Maryland plants the face:


The interesting thing here is that this is ALSO traditionally when Rutgers faces:


This should be a lot of fun for all weirdos.

LW: 9 | High: 9 | Low: 13

Illinois has been interesting this season, haven’t you? They get knocked down, and they get up:


And then they lose to a snail pace offense in Iowa City.


Boo!

Illinois won’t bowling this year and has hovered between competent appearance and victory in a 9 OT extravaganza over Penn State.


They did all of this without a functioning quarterback, at least that’s what Thump informed me.

LW: 10 | High: 9 | Low: 14

Misdreavus has found the perfect gif for Rutgers this season – after the first signs this year that the promised sleeping giant may be stirring. go back to bed.


The lows for the Scarlet Knights this season have been significant: They are the only team to lose to a putrid team from the Northwest. Although they’ve beaten a completely demoralized Indiana team, the punches have grown in intensity lately: a 52-3 beating at Wisconsin and a 28-0 loss at PSU may have revised the timeline a bit. Schiano.


Like Maryland, despite the general incompetence, the Gers can advance to a bowl game with a win on Saturday, which would be a big step in the right direction for the program. This means Big Ten fans get to see two teams fighting quite poorly for relatively high stakes. Hopefully some hijinks ensue, or like the giant we will be wondering:


LW: 13 | High: 11 | Low: 14

If you’ve ever read GoForThree’s Sunday Morning Coming Down, you know that Northwestern enjoys a strong gif heritage, thanks to the popularity of chats on the internet. However, this season there have been fewer cats rolling around happily, and more … that.


via pkloa


via MNWildcat


LW: 14 | High: 12 | Low: 14

Indiana. A story in pictures.


via Misdreavus


via Stewmonkey


via Candystripes



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Michigan State Football: Okay, Now What? https://blissfield.net/michigan-state-football-okay-now-what/ Mon, 22 Nov 2021 17:04:28 +0000 https://blissfield.net/michigan-state-football-okay-now-what/ Well, the state of Michigan was punched in the mouth, kidneys, liver, solar plexuses and other areas by the state of Ohio last Saturday at Horseshoe 56-7. The loss officially eliminates the Spartans from the Big Ten East race with two losses in the conference. And that also removes them from any consideration for college […]]]>

Well, the state of Michigan was punched in the mouth, kidneys, liver, solar plexuses and other areas by the state of Ohio last Saturday at Horseshoe 56-7. The loss officially eliminates the Spartans from the Big Ten East race with two losses in the conference. And that also removes them from any consideration for college football qualifiers (CFP).

Ok, so what does Michigan State have to play for now?

A BOWL SIX FOR THE NEW YEAR

With a win over Penn State next Saturday, MSU would finish 10-2 and possibly in the Top 10. That would also put them in high consideration for one of the Six New Years Bowls (Rose, Orange, Sugar, Fiesta, Cotton , and peach bowls).

The Cotton and Orange Bowls are the CFP’s semi-final games this season. So they don’t go.

The Rose Bowl is to take the Big Ten champion (as long as they’re not in the playoffs) and the Pac-12 champion (who won’t be in the playoffs this season). However, if Ohio State makes the CFP and the MSU is 10-2, the Spartans would be candidates for that game (as would a Michigan team 10-2, assuming they lose to Ohio State).

Many observers estimate in this scenario that the Rose Bowl would take Michigan 10-2 over MSU. This would move the Spartans to the Peach, Fiesta, or Sugar Bowls.

WHAT IF THE STATE LOSES FOR THE STATE OF PENN?

A 9-3 MSU team is probably out of the New Years Six Bowls. That would take them to the Florida Citrus Bowl (Orlando) or the Outback Bowl (Tampa) where they would play against an SEC team.

Iowa, if they beat Nebraska, would finish 10-2. Considering the fact that Iowa fans tend to travel well, they might find themselves in a higher bowl than State.

And there are those who believe the State could fall below 8-4 Penn State (if they beat MSU), 8-4 Purdue (assuming they beat Indiana), and maybe a team from the Wisconsin 9-4 (if they beat Minnesota but lose in the game for the Big Ten title) in the pecking order of the bowls.

OK, IF IT’S NOT CITRUS OR THE OUTBACK, WHAT’S NEXT?

The Las Vegas and Music City Bowls (Nashville) are next in line. A 9-3 Michigan State team wouldn’t fall below those two bowls. The Pinstripe Bowl is located below the Music City Bowl (New York City). State went there two years ago, they won’t be coming back to New York.

IN SUMMARY

If MSU beats Penn State, their bowl improves a lot. If they lose, they could slip into the Music City Bowl in Nashville. It would be a big disappointment for a team that was 8-0 and in the top four after beating Michigan on October 30 at East Lansing.

So go beat Penn State!

Michigan’s Greatest Sports Traditions

Part of the appeal of the sport is its sense of tradition, and these Michigan traditions are something fans look forward to every year.


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State of Ohio 49 State of Michigan 7; Final https://blissfield.net/state-of-ohio-49-state-of-michigan-7-final/ Sat, 20 Nov 2021 20:03:06 +0000 https://blissfield.net/state-of-ohio-49-state-of-michigan-7-final/ COLUMBUS – My how time flies. Looks like just yesterday Ohio State was gearing up for its first home game of the season against Oregon. On Saturday, the fourth-seeded Buckeyes will play the final game of the year at Ohio Stadium as the No.7 from Michigan State arrives in town. Scarlet and Gray and the […]]]>

COLUMBUS My how time flies. Looks like just yesterday Ohio State was gearing up for its first home game of the season against Oregon. On Saturday, the fourth-seeded Buckeyes will play the final game of the year at Ohio Stadium as the No.7 from Michigan State arrives in town.

Scarlet and Gray and the Spartans both have plenty to play in this contest. Every team’s dreams of winning the Big Ten title and making the college football playoffs still live on. So there is a lot to play on this game.

Ohio State has not lost since that Week 2 game against Oregon, having won eight straight games to reach 9-1 so far this year. Michigan State was undefeated after eight games, including beating rivals Michigan, before losing a disappointing road loss to Purdue two weeks ago.

The Buckeyes and Spartans will premiere at 12 p.m. ET on ABC. Follow Bucknuts as you watch the game for updates and analysis throughout the contest.

Fourth trimester

  • Michigan State touched up a few points here in the second half, but Buckeye’s defensive saves have been solid.
  • The Ohio State offense has hit breaks since CJ Stroud came out. The Buckeyes again.

TOUCHDOWN (14:55) Ohio Stat 49 Michigan State 7

  • The state of Michigan is finally on the board of directors. It’s a 12-yard touchdown pass from Payton Thorne to Keon Coleman.

Third quarter

  • Another reverse pass. This time it’s Zach Harrison who forces the third down.
  • Kyle McCord’s first pass attempt is intercepted.
  • Kyle McCord in the game for Ohio State quarterback. CJ Stroud ended that monster day by completing 32 of 35 passes for 432 yards and six touchdowns.
  • The Spartans kick again. This second-string Buckeye defense still does its job.
  • Michigan state backer Kenneth Walker’s previous season low were seven carries and 57 yards (and 1 touchdown) against Youngstown State this year. He has six carries for 25 yards (no touchdowns) today against Ohio State and is on the sidelines while the Spartans are on offense.
  • Noah Ruggles misses his first pitch of the season at 38 meters.
  • CJ Stroud sacked. Field goal unit entering the field for Ohio State.
  • Ohio State’s three starting receivers – Chris Olave, Garrett Wilson, Jaxon Smith-Njigba – all received over 100 yards today.
  • Master Teague is now on the run after taking part in the pre-game Seniors Day celebrations.
  • CJ Stroud remains in the game to start the second half.
  • And Ohio State still forces a punt.
  • Lots of second-team players are there to defend Ohio State
  • Ohio State kicks off the second half. Cade Kacherski down for the Buckeyes

Second quarter

  • CJ Stroud kneels down.
  • The Ohio State defense forces another Michigan State punt. The Buckeyes may have a chance to score again.
  • CJ Stroud’s sixth touchdown of the game – it’s the first half – equaled a one-game record in Ohio State.

TOUCHDOWN (1:37) State of Ohio 49 State of Michigan 0

  • Jaxon Smith-Njigba couldn’t be more open on a five-yard touchdown
  • CJ Stroud’s first half on 25, 330 yards, and 5 touchdowns (with 5:46 left) is impressive. But that Buckeye defense kept the nation’s top rusher at 24 yards.
  • Three and once against Michigan State.

TOUCHDOWN (7:01) Ohio State 42 Michigan State 0

  • This play is repeated for the Ohio State offense. Easy driving and a wide open Garrett Wilson this time around.
  • Tyreke Smith ended Michigan State’s last practice, reversing a third-place pass at the line of scrimmage.
  • CJ Stroud’s pass to bring the Buckeyes back to the one-yard line broke the Ohio State back-to-back completion record. He’s 17 in a row, beating the previous mark set by JT Barrett and Justin Fields.

TOUCHDOWN (10:02) Ohio State 35 Michigan State 0

  • Another effective workout for Ohio State ends with a one-yard run from Miyan Williams.
  • Cameron Brown almost has a pick, which could have gone for six, but drops him on the sidelines.
  • This is Julian Fleming’s first touchdown in his career.

TOUCHDOWN (14:05) State of Ohio 28 State of Michigan 0

  • On the other side of the field, same result. Julian Fleming with the touchdown grab.

First shift

  • Ronnie Hickman forced a fumble and Ty Hamilton recovered. The Buckeyes get the ball right away.

TOUCHDOWN (2:31) State of Ohio 21 State of Michigan 0

  • It’s another touchdown from Chris Olave, this time at 43 meters.
  • And Michigan State misses the wide field goal on the right.
  • The exam judges that this is an incomplete passage. Fourth-and-10
  • In the third apparent conversion of the Spartans’ third down, the ball comes out. This is called a catch and down in the field but it is under review.
  • Michigan State moving the ball. They recorded third and long term conversions.

TOUCHDOWN (8:03) Ohio State 14 Michigan State 0

  • Garrett Wilson lines up behind his defender, CJ Stroud puts him on the money. It’s a 77-yard touchdown.
  • The Spartans got a first goal on that possession, but couldn’t do much more. The pressure and coverage were great for the Buckeyes.
  • Ohio State putting a lot of pressure on Michigan State’s first possession
  • CJ Stroud was 9 of 10 on that drive for 76 yards. A nice catch from Chris Olave on the score.

TOUCHDOWN (10:42) Ohio State 7 Michigan State 0

  • CJ Stroud finds Chris Olave for a 23-yard touchdown after an efficient first practice.
  • Miyan Williams in half offensive
  • Lots of Ohio State’s quick passes early on, including a number on the outside.
  • Julian Fleming back on the Buckeyes kickoff.

Pre-match

  • The Ohio State game captains today are Kam Babb, Chris Olave, Thayer Munford and Haskell Garrett. Michigan State wins the toss and defers. Buckeyes star with the ball.
  • Huge standing ovation for running back Master Teague, who is a junior redshirt but chose to make the senior day for Ohio State. The biggest standing ovation, however, goes to Ohio State wide receiver Chris Olave.
  • Seniors’ day activities have started.

Here are some pre-game reads from our coverage this weekend:

Ohio State to be deprived of 15 players against Michigan State

10 pressing questions as the Buckeyes prepare to face the Spartans

A Look Behind Enemy Lines with Spartan Tailgate’s Stephen Brooks

Do you take the Buckeyes or the Spartans against the spread?

Predictions for Ohio State vs Michigan State

Get Excited With This Week’s Ohio State Game Trailer

Ohio State’s ‘March Madness’ approach at end of season has Buckeyes ready for tough stretch

Everything you need to know to be ready for the Buckeyes vs. the Spartans

Live Updates From This Week’s Ryan Day Show

Buckeyes could be first Big Ten team to have three 1,000-yard receivers

How to watch Ohio State vs. Michigan State

Buckeyes remain at No 4 in latest college football playoff standings

Everything Ryan Day Said to Kick off Michigan State Week

Ohio State’s ‘scary’ offense has potential to lift Buckeyes to titles when everything clicks

Ohio State to honor 24 Buckeyes as part of Senior Day before Michigan State game

Where the state of Ohio is statistically after week 11

CJ Stroud and Garrett Wilson take Big Ten Player of the Week honors

A first look at the Spartans ahead of this week’s game

The Buckeyes opened as big favorites against Michigan State

Garett Wilson shows he completes Ohio State offensive


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Gymnastics makes national television appearances in 2022 https://blissfield.net/gymnastics-makes-national-television-appearances-in-2022/ Thu, 18 Nov 2021 21:14:23 +0000 https://blissfield.net/gymnastics-makes-national-television-appearances-in-2022/ History links EAST LANSING, Michigan. – Michigan State Gymnastics will appear on ESPN networks in the upcoming 2022 season, in addition to the NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Championships airing on ESPN2 and ABC, the league said Thursday. The Spartans make their first televised appearance when they meet reigning national champion Michigan on Jan.30. The encounter will […]]]>

EAST LANSING, Michigan. – Michigan State Gymnastics will appear on ESPN networks in the upcoming 2022 season, in addition to the NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Championships airing on ESPN2 and ABC, the league said Thursday.

The Spartans make their first televised appearance when they meet reigning national champion Michigan on Jan.30. The encounter will be broadcast live on ESPNU at 2 p.m. with a streaming option on ESPN +.

On February 13, the Green & White hosted Illinois for a double meet at 4 p.m., broadcast on the Big Ten Network. All other MSU meetings will be available to stream on BTN +.

Playoff competition begins with the Big Ten Championships on March 18 in Iowa City, Iowa. The NCAA Regional Championships will be hosted on various regional sites and the matches will be broadcast on ESPN3 / ESPN +. The April 14 semi-finals will be available on ESPN2 and the finals will air on ABC in prime time on April 16.

The Spartans kick off their season this Saturday at 1 p.m. with Meet the Spartans, a showcase event where fans can interact with the team and preview upcoming routines. The team’s Green and White intra-team meeting is on December 11 at 1 p.m.


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Crosstown Showdown between Spartans and Lugnuts back in 2022 https://blissfield.net/crosstown-showdown-between-spartans-and-lugnuts-back-in-2022/ Tue, 16 Nov 2021 19:12:05 +0000 https://blissfield.net/crosstown-showdown-between-spartans-and-lugnuts-back-in-2022/ History links LANSING, Michigan – The Lansing Lugnuts, High-A branch of Oakland Athletics, and Michigan State Spartans meet at Jackson® Field ™ on April 6, 2022, resuming the Crosstown Showdown after a two-year hiatus, it was announced Tuesday. The Crosstown Showdown between the Lugnuts and the Spartans began in 2007 as a celebration of baseball […]]]>

LANSING, Michigan – The Lansing Lugnuts, High-A branch of Oakland Athletics, and Michigan State Spartans meet at Jackson® Field ™ on April 6, 2022, resuming the Crosstown Showdown after a two-year hiatus, it was announced Tuesday.

The Crosstown Showdown between the Lugnuts and the Spartans began in 2007 as a celebration of baseball in Mid Michigan. From 2007 to 2019, the match was a huge success, drawing over 100,000 fans in total, averaging over 8,000 per game, broadcast on BTN in 2013 and drawing the three biggest crowds in the history of the stadium, including 12,997 for the 2012 Showdown.

The match featured 37 future Major Leaguers between the two teams, including current MLB superstars Vladimir Guerrero, Jr., and Bo Bichette, who faced off in a memorable pre-game Home Run Derby in 2016.

“We are excited to bring the Crosstown Showdown back in 2022 and beyond,” said Lugnuts CEO Tyler parsons. “This is a unique event that has a lot of history and it’s a great way for us to connect our communities together. We are incredibly grateful to our friends with Michigan State Athletics and our partners with Oakland Athletics for working. with us to bring this event back. We can’t wait to see everyone on April 6th – Go Green and Go Nuts! “

“We are very excited to continue the tradition of playing in the Crosstown Showdown next spring,” said the Michigan state baseball head coach. Jake boss jr. “This is a special opportunity for our program and our student-athletes to not only play against professional baseball players, but also to play in a great atmosphere in a first-class facility at Jackson Field.

“The Crosstown Showdown is an event our players will remember for a lifetime and is just one of many unique experiences they have the chance to participate in as a member of our program here at Michigan State University,” added Boss. . “Lugnuts General Manager Tyler Parsons, along with all reception and stadium staff, are doing a wonderful job with this event. We are proud to continue this annual event and our guys are excited to perform in front of a lively crowd cheering on the Greens and Whites on April 6th. “

“This is a unique event and a tremendous opportunity for our athletic program, our student-athletes and our fans,” said Michigan State Vice President and Athletic Director. Alain haller noted. “It’s a fantastic way to unite Michigan State Athletics with downtown Lansing and engage our community for a baseball game. We look forward to continuing this long-standing relationship we have formed with the organization. Lansing Lugnuts. “

“The Lugnuts and their fans have been incredibly supportive of our players and staff during our first year at Lansing,” said Oakland Athletics general manager. David Forst noted. “We are thrilled to be able to participate in the Crosstown Showdown to celebrate such a great baseball city.”

The Lugnuts will open their 26th minor league baseball season two days after the Crosstown Showdown, welcoming the Lake County captains on Friday, April 8.

For more information and to get tickets for the Crosstown Showdown, visit lansinglugnuts.com or call (517) 485-4500.


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Michigan State No.8 looks to tighten defense against Maryland https://blissfield.net/michigan-state-no-8-looks-to-tighten-defense-against-maryland/ https://blissfield.net/michigan-state-no-8-looks-to-tighten-defense-against-maryland/#respond Fri, 12 Nov 2021 03:32:18 +0000 https://blissfield.net/michigan-state-no-8-looks-to-tighten-defense-against-maryland/ Michigan State Head Coach Mel Tucker yells from the sideline during the second half of an NCAA college football game against Purdue in West Lafayette, Indiana on Saturday, November 6, 2021. (AP Photo / Michael Conroy) Michel conroy PA Coach Mel Tucker attributed Michigan State’s first loss this season to “death by inches.” Another loss […]]]>

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Coach Mel Tucker attributed Michigan State’s first loss this season to “death by inches.” Another loss could kill Michigan State’s dreams of a Big Ten championship.

After an exhilarating victory over rival Michigan, the Spartans collapsed defensively in a 40-29 loss to Purdue last weekend. They’ll try to bounce back when they host Maryland on Saturday.

Boilermakers quarterback Aidan O’Connell shredded Michigan State’s pass defense, throwing for 536 yards.

“It wasn’t really a big difference between what we saw on Saturday and what we saw in previous games,” said Tucker, the second-year Spartans coach. “It’s just that we haven’t made enough plays to pull it off. It’s a complete lack of execution – missed tackles, focus – it’s death by inches. All it takes is that mistake, that mental mistake, that missed mission, or whatever, to kill the game on offense, defense, or special teams.

The Spartans (8-1 overall, 5-1 Big Ten) moved from No. 5 to No. 8 in the standings. They are tied for second in the East Division with the Wolverines, one game away from Ohio State.

Michigan State still has three regular season games, including a clash with the Buckeyes on Nov. 20 and Penn State on Nov. 27. Tucker is eager to see how his team handles adversity.

“I think these guys will react well, but we’ll find out,” he said. “We will have to be at our best as a coaching staff and our leaders have to step up. … You have to be able to respond to a loss.

Maryland (5-4, 2-4) have gone 1-4 in their last five games, including a 31-14 home loss to Penn State last weekend. The Terrapins have allowed 217 points during that streak.

They face a powerful offense from the Spartans with Heisman Trophy contender Kenneth Walker III, who leads the FBS with 1,340 rushing yards and an average of 148.9 yards per game.

“He’s one of those guys who, you better bring all your protection and all your friends when you attack him because he has a great contact balance,” said Maryland coach Michael Locksley. “He’s the guy we have to try to get off the game plan this week.”

WHO IS THE KICKER?

Matt Coghlin has been taking on the Spartans’ spot-kicker duties since the 2017 season, so it was weird not to see him on the pitch last weekend.

Coghlin missed the loss at Purdue with an undisclosed injury and real freshman Stephen Rusnak took his place. Rusnak scored three more points and missed his only attempt at 43 yards.

Tucker would not reveal Coghlin’s status for this week’s game. Coghlin holds the school record with 74 goals scored and has never missed an extra point attempt.

FIND PAYDIRT AGAIN

Michigan State wide receiver Tre Mosley touched down in his second career game of the 2019 season. Payton Thorne.

An injury limited Mosley to four games last season and he has been eclipsed by fellow extended Jayden Reed and Jalen Nailor this season. The runner-up had at least one reception in every game this fall until it was empty against Michigan on Oct. 30.

Mosley was pushed into a bigger role last week with Nailor sidelined by a right hand injury.

INTENSIFY

Maryland’s receiver depth was tested by the season-ending injuries of Dontay Demus and Jeshaun Jones. In their absence, tight ends Chigoziem Okonkwo and Corey Dyches had the opportunity to shine.

“We get the ball is no different from receivers who get the ball in my opinion,” Dyches said. “They were able to trust us and we made plays.”

Okonkwo has 32 catches for 262 yards and three touchdowns this season. Dyches has 16 receptions for 165 yards and two touchdowns. Okonkwo had 12 catches for 85 yards in last weekend’s 31-14 loss to Penn State.

CLIMB THE CHARTES

Quarterback Taulia Tagovailoa’s 41 goals last week against Penn State were the second in Maryland program history. He now has 47 goals behind John Kaleo’s single-season record of 286 in 1992.

Tagovailoa has five games with 300 yards this season, the most in the Big Ten and tied for most in school history. This weekend, he faces a team from Michigan State that allowed by far the most passing yards in the conference.


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Ohio State drops to 4, Michigan State slips to 7 in latest CFP rankings https://blissfield.net/ohio-state-drops-to-4-michigan-state-slips-to-7-in-latest-cfp-rankings/ https://blissfield.net/ohio-state-drops-to-4-michigan-state-slips-to-7-in-latest-cfp-rankings/#respond Wed, 10 Nov 2021 03:14:34 +0000 https://blissfield.net/ohio-state-drops-to-4-michigan-state-slips-to-7-in-latest-cfp-rankings/ Oakland News Now – Ohio State drops to 4, Michigan State drops to 7 in latest CFP ranking | College football on ESPN – video produced by the YouTube channel with the logo at the top left of the video. OaklandNewsNow.com is the original blog post for this type of video blog content. Rece Davis, […]]]>

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Team-satisfied Michigan State coach Tom Izzo can’t wait to see what he has in tough test against Kansas https://blissfield.net/team-satisfied-michigan-state-coach-tom-izzo-cant-wait-to-see-what-he-has-in-tough-test-against-kansas/ https://blissfield.net/team-satisfied-michigan-state-coach-tom-izzo-cant-wait-to-see-what-he-has-in-tough-test-against-kansas/#respond Sun, 07 Nov 2021 08:18:09 +0000 https://blissfield.net/team-satisfied-michigan-state-coach-tom-izzo-cant-wait-to-see-what-he-has-in-tough-test-against-kansas/ After his team’s 83-60 victory over Grand Valley State earlier this week, Michigan State coach Tom Izzo said he loved his team and not just because they won a easy victory. “I really like what I have to work with,” said Izzo. “They are good guys and good students. How good they are as basketball […]]]>

After his team’s 83-60 victory over Grand Valley State earlier this week, Michigan State coach Tom Izzo said he loved his team and not just because they won a easy victory.

“I really like what I have to work with,” said Izzo. “They are good guys and good students.

How good they are as basketball players – and, more importantly, as a team – will be revealed in a few days, when the Spartans face the No. 3 Kansas Jayhawks in the season opener for both teams in New York.

Reunited for the fourth time in the Champions Classic, this time at famed Madison Square Garden, the unranked Spartans enter as a 4.5-point underdog against Bill Self and company. Michigan State leads the Champions Classic series with Kansas 2-1.

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But Izzo seems a lot less worried about who wins and who loses and is more keen on what just playing in the game will do for his 2021-22 Spartans, who have talent, experience and versatility. but still trying to lock in an identity.

“The beauty of these games, like Kansas, is that you can see where you are at,” Izzo said after the win over Grand Valley State. “… We are immediately in the fire.”

The Spartans just finished a 15-13 season a year ago, which included a under 0.500 mark of 9-11 in the Big Ten game. It was enough for them to squeeze into the NCAA tournament, but it did get the Spartans to secure an 11 seed and a date in top-four games, where they lost to the eventual participant. at the UCLA Final Four in overtime.

The Spartans led by 11 in that game and imploded a little later.

After a pair of exhibition wins, Izzo’s squad appear to be locked into a rotation of nine or 10 players. But Izzo would like to see that number reduced a bit and may not have the luxury of going 10 against Kansas.

“(I would) like to reduce it a bit,” he said. “I think we have seven right now that are set in stone. What you hope to have is a squad of eight players and then two guys who can come up in (some) situations. I think we are close.

Izzo called his current reality of almost “seven starters”.

He started the same five players in the two show wins – Gabe Brown, Max Christie, Joey Hauser, Marcus Bingham Jr. and northeast transfer Tyson Walker – but seems to believe that Malik Hall and AJ Hoggard could also be worthy starters.

Christie, the 6-foot-6 first-year shooting guard who was ranked No. 20 in the 2021 class, led the team with 31 points in the combined exhibition game. But Brown was right behind at 30 and Hauser, the former Marquette star, had 22 points and 15 rebounds in the two wins.

The makeup of the list gives Izzo more programming versatility than it usually has. He showed this in exhibition games by playing his top two pointers (Hoggard and Walker) together and also playing small with the 6-9 Hauser at 5 and tall, with the 6-8, 225 pounds junior Hall at 3 .

Like most of Izzo’s teams have been, these Spartans are big and physical and have good length in all five spots on the floor as well. More than that, however, Izzo said this week that he believes his current squad is already better than last year’s squad defensively, on glass and in transition.

“We will find out shortly how much better it is,” said Izzo. “I watched Kansas last night (and) things are getting a little more real now.”

Said Christie of opening her college career to the big stage against a blue blood program in the Big Apple, “It’s going to be a really good test for us right now, and we want it. We are ready for the test and we want nothing more than to play the best teams in the country right away. “

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Here are some of Izzo’s thoughts on his top nine players from an interview he gave to 247 Sports in late October.

On co-captain F Gabe Brown (6-8, 215, Sr.) – “He’s one of the best shooters on this team. He improved his shot. He improved his arch. He improved a lot in handling the ball. What he needs to improve is his defense, and he’s made some progress, and his rebound, which I think will be two key things in getting him from good to great.

On F Marcus Bingham Jr. (7-0, 230, Sr.) – “He shoots the ball very well when he spots it. I’d like to see him pull more on that hook, it’s deadly, that’s fine.

On F Joey Hauser (6-9, 230, Sr.) – “He could be the smartest player on my team and he could be one of the best assisters on my team. He’s definitely one of the best shooters.

On co-captain F Malik Hill (6-8, 225, Jr.) – “I think Malik is a guy who is ready for a breakout season. He can keep 1 to 5. He got even stronger. He always had a great basketball body. He adapted very well to the game.

On PG Tyson Walker (6-0, 175, Jr.) – “He’s a multidimensional child. He has phenomenal athleticism. Not the biggest guy, but can dunk him like you need to. He’s a real playmaker. He can pass it, he can shoot it, but he has the athletic ability and he has phenomenal hands. He gets his hands on more balls than anyone else I’ve had in a long time.

On PG AJ Hoggard (6-4, 210, Soph.) – “He’s running our break as well as anyone since Mateen (Cleaves). He passes the ball from A to B quickly.

On G Max Christie (6-6, 190, Fr.) – “He’s a bulldog to learn. He’s a cinephile. He’s a guy who doesn’t like it, doesn’t like it, he lives the game. A phenomenal student. It has everything and has a deep, deep, deep reach. He can shoot it.

On ground Jaden Akins (6-4, 180, Fr.) – “I think he could be a defensive dynamo. But his attack is much better than I thought. He shoots the ball well. He creates, he can create from the dribble. He’s a phenomenal athlete.

On C Mady Sissoko (6-9, 235, Soph.) – “He became more aggressive. He’s always been a great shot blocker and he helps us with his strength (and) his muscles. ”


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