Spartans Win 49-14, Stay In Bowl Picture

Michigan State scored an impressive 49-14 knockout win over Western Michigan at Spartan Stadium today, but results around the conference have the Spartans fighting for one of the last two bowl positions.
November 7, 2009

Offense Wins "Situational" Scrimmage 73-61

Freshman Dion Sims sparkles in controlled scrimmage catching seven passes for 60 yards and Keith Nichol completed 17-of-26 passes for three touchdowns to lead the offense to a 73-61 win over the defense.
August 18, 2009

RB Battle Raging Behind Ringer

Competition brings out the best in a football player, and Michigan State's three-way race for playing time behind stud running back Javon Ringer is doing just that. GSN takes a closer look and analyzes the on-going depth chart battle at RB.
August 11, 2008

Leggett, Cunningham Getting Bowl Reps

Michigan State's head coach Mark Dantonio will treat bowl practices the same way he treats spring practices - he'll experiment with different player groups and two players he's targeted are running back Ashton Leggett of Muskegon and B.J. Cunningham of Westerville, OH.
December 1, 2007

MSU's Class: Two back tandem for the future

Michigan State has a pair of talented backs that they can stash away for the future. Barrington's (IL) Andre Anderson and Muskegon's (MI) Ashton Leggett are the kind of physical backs who can carry the freight in a smash-mouth attack.
February 7, 2007

Ashton Leggett: Junior Highlights

Michigan State recently received a committment from one of the state's best runners in Muskegon FB/TB Ashton Leggett. Watch Leggett run amok through defenders as a fullback in the Big Reds' veer offense in our first set of junior year highlights.
January 10, 2007

Spartan Impact - Ashton Leggett

The Spartans have got their man in running back Ashton Leggett. See why this running back will have a Spartan Impact over the course of his Michigan State career.
December 28, 2006

Spartans grab commitment from Leggett

Leggett was one of the driving forces behind Muskegon's run to the State Championship. The 5-foot-11, 225-pound running back flew under the radar screen despite rushing for an incredible 2,000 yards and 31 touchdown for the Big Red.
December 26, 2006