Spartan 66 2011 Ranking #65

The Michigan State Spartans won a share of the Big Ten title in 2010. Last year, looked in-depth at sixty-six Spartans and their importance to the team's success. We look at 66 Spartans as 1966 was the last time MSU won a National Championship. It is now time to start looking at 2011 with player #65.
July 3, 2011

Spartan Lines Take Hits

Michigan State head coach Mark Dantonio made an injury announcement on Friday that concerns both the offensive and defensive lines for the Spartans.
April 1, 2011

Spartan 66 Player Ranking #31

In looking at players on the current roster and players getting ready to enter Michigan State this fall, presents its Spartan 66 Rankings. What is our reason for naming sixty-six Spartans? Michigan State last won a National Championship in 1966. We're now at player #31.
June 12, 2010

D-tackle Battle Ongoing

One is 280 pounds, the other 320. Oren Wilson and Antonio Jeremiah bring different physiques to the gridiron, but both are showing defensive line coach Ted Gill they deserve to play.
August 15, 2008

FOOTBALL: Jeremiah to Contribute Early

Jeremiah will have the opportunity to make an immediate impact. He will be pushed by other freshman, upperclassmen, and the coaching staff. Jeremiah enters a situation that is screaming for success.
July 14, 2007

Antonio "The Giant" Jeremiah Interview-Photos

Those who have ever followed professional wrestling know when you talk about "The Giant" there is only one person it can be. Well if you ever get the chance to stand next to new Spartan Antonio Jeremiah you'll fully understand why "The Giant" is just the right word used to describe him. Saturday night we spoke with Antonio and took a few photos along the way.
June 18, 2007

RECRUITING RECAP: 23 New Spartans expected

Michigan State's first recruiting class under new head coach Mark Dantonio is a solid, but not spectacular group of 23 student athletes who will build the foundation for a new style of physical, smash mouth Spartan football.
February 7, 2007

Spartans land four star tackle Jeremiah

Michigan State's big time recruiting weekend paid immediate dividends when they landed a verbal commitment from one of the most sought after prep players in the region, four-star defensive tackle Antonio Jeremiah from Hillard Darby high school in Ohio.
December 10, 2006