In Defeat, Spartans Find Offensive Line

If you're looking for a silver lining in what turn out to be a crushing defeat for Michigan State on the road at Notre Dame, take a look at the Spartans offensive line. The Spartans revamped offensive front sprung freshman Larry Caper for 51 yards on 12 carries and two TDs.
September 20, 2009


Afterwards players Keith Nichol, Andrew Hawken, Larry Caper, Rocco Cironi, Blair White, Kirk Cousins, Eric Gordon, Trevor Anderson and Greg Jones all addressed the media to give their take on what happened in this stunning loss that could seriously damages MSU's post season hopes.
September 13, 2009

ScoutTV: Speed and Power

GSN caught up with wide receiver B.J. Cunningham and right tackle Rocco Cironi after MSU's second consecutive Big Ten victory.
October 4, 2008

ScoutTV One-on-One: Rocco Cironi

GSN sat down with Spartan left tackle Rocco Cironi and talked about the spotlight he's now in at such an important position, protecting Hoyer's blind side, how the line can make Heisman waves for Ringer and more.
August 8, 2008

Rocco Cironi Has Two on Top

When GoBlueWolverine Magazine last spoke with offensive lineman <b>Rocco Cironi</b> from Warren Harding High School in Warren, Ohio he was anxiously awaiting a visit from a pair Michigan coaches. He stated that if he was offered he would seriously consider committing on the spot. The visit happened Thursday. Did the offer come along and will Cironi be Wolverine?
November 10, 2004

LM Rocco Cironi Looking Forward to Visit from U-M

Warren G. Harding High School is already home to one Michigan commitment this year. Wide receiver <b>Mario Manningham</b> made the pledge to the Wolverines in February. Will his teammate, offensive lineman <b>Rocco Cironi</b> join in him Ann Arbor? <br><br> Two Michigan coaches will be at Harding on Thursday to take a look at Cironi. He spoke with GoBlueWolverine Magazine about the upcoming visit.
November 2, 2004

Where in the world, er, Ohio is Gary Housteau?

Last week, Gary Housteau took to the road and traveled throughout the state of Ohio on a quest to see Ohio's top high school football teams and players. His first stop was up in Northeast Ohio at Youngstown Ursuline and Warren Harding. We have part one of this four-part series today.
August 16, 2004