Football theonlycolors.com —  Williams is clearly large, so large in comparison to most of his opponents and teammates, that one basically doesn't need the arrow before the play to point out where he is. Williams is the player you think he is on first look. He is able to push around his opposition on both sides of the field due to this physical edge alone, and you can see him regularly plow through double teams from two offensive linemen to get into the back-field.
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Football mlive.com —  Michigan State's Class of 2015 added another pillar by virtue of verbal commitment pledge on Friday night when Raequan Williams announced he's signing with the Spartans in February, according to multiple reports.
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Football detroitnews.com —  It's going to be difficult for Michigan State to replace Mike Sadler. And only some of that has to do with everything the fifth-year senior has accomplished on the field.
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Football detroitnews.com —  Michigan State defensive coordinator Pat Narduzzi said Tuesday that his focus is on preparing for the Spartans' matchup with Baylor at the Cotton Bowl on Jan. 1. But that isn't stopping Narduzzi from exploring head coaching possibilities.
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Football isportsweb.com —  As the No. 8 Michigan State Spartans start preparation for the Goodyear Cotton Bowl, where they will face the No. 5 Baylor Bears, you can’t help but notice how the bowl culture of the Spartan football program has changed.
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Football mlive.com —  Baylor coach Art Briles said this week that his Bears will be facing "one of the greatest teams in America" when they take the field for the Cotton Bowl Classic on Jan. 1. "There have been four football programs that have played in back-to-back BCS games,'' Briles said at his Cotton Bowl press conference on Wednesday. "You're talking to one of them (Baylor) and Michigan State is one of them, Florida State and Alabama. So, you choose your company, and that's pretty good company in my book.''
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Football detroitnews.com —  Friday is decision day for Chicago DePaul Prep defensive tackle Raequan Williams, a 6-foot-5, 280-pound senior who is considered one of the nation's best at his position. Williams told Scout's Beth Long that he is down to Iowa and Michigan State. While the Hawkeyes appeared to be in the catbird seat for much of his recruitment, Long believes the Spartans are due to add another piece to their 2015 class.
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Football mlive.com —  The Cotton Bowl Classic is a football game, not a track meet, but you might not know it talking to the Michigan State football players. The word "tempo" has been sprinkled into most every interview conducted by the Spartans' defensive players when asked about taking on a Baylor hurry-up offense that leads the nation in scoring and yardage.
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Football freep.com —  It's exhausting just listening to MSU players talk about this week's bowl practices – sounds like Damion Terry and Tyler O'Connor are basically throwing bombs every other play or so as they alternate between taking second-team offense reps and scout-team reps. Those two are combining to emulate Baylor's Bryce Petty. It's the most they can do for this team until one of them succeeds Connor Cook in 2016.
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Football freep.com —  Rivals 4-star and top 250 football recruit Raequan Williams of DePaul Collegiate High School in Chicago will decide which college he will attend tonight prior to his basketball game. The 6-foot-6, 280-pound prospect has an impressive offer list which includes Michigan State, Iowa, Oregon, Penn State, Arizona, Missouri and a host of other BCS programs.
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Football spartansportsnetwork.com —  This Week George And Coach Preview The Cotton Bowl Game Against Baylor. They Also Recap The Season. Guest Include Senior Receiver Tony Lippett And Senior Defensive Back Kurtis Drummond.
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Football detroitnews.com —  Michigan State cornerback Trae Waynes insists he doesn't pay attention to reports about whether he'll return for his senior season. One thing the junior is clear about is he has yet to make a decision. "I haven't really thought about it," Waynes said. "The main thing I'm thinking about is sending out the seniors with a win and hopefully finish in the top five again for another year."
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Football freep.com —  Michigan State had three juniors looking at the NFL two years ago and lost all three – Le'Veon Bell, Will Gholston and Dion Sims. Now there are three more in that position, and it looks like much more of a mixed bag with a couple weeks left until the No. 7 Spartans (10-2) finish their season against No. 4 Baylor (11-1) in the Jan. 1 Cotton Bowl in Arlington, Texas (12:30 p.m., ESPN).
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Football mlive.com —  Waynes said his parents are coming to East Lansing on Friday and will meet with him and the MSU coaching staff to discuss his future.
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Football theonlycolors.com —  The Big Ten Network reveals who you voted in on Michigan State football's Mount Rushmore at 6 PM Eastern tonight. Here's how SpartanDan and Pete see it.
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Football mlive.com —  Strong, reliable and determined, Michigan State tailback Jeremy Langford represents the ultimate blue-collar back in college football. What the 6-foot-1, 208-pound senior lacks in glitz and glamour, he more than makes up for in production, as Langford will roll into the Cotton Bowl Classic riding a school-record streak of nine-straight 100-yard rushing performances.
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Football freep.com —  One of the top prospects in the Midwest for the class of 2016 is Eden Prairie (Minn.) linebacker Carter Coughlin. Rivals.com ranks the 6-foot-4, 205-pound prospect the No. 2 player in Minnesota and the No. 18 outside linebacker in the nation. Michigan State has been very active recruiting the Land of 10,000 Lakes the last few years because of the work of primary recruiter Brad Salem. This summer, Coughlin was able to camp at MSU and this fall the Spartans were able to have him on campus for the game against Michigan.
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Football detroitnews.com —  To Michigan State opponents, center Jack Allen is one of the most intense players they face. The junior doesn't exactly make a lot of friends on game day, and as offensive line coach Mark Staten said, Allen "plays with a nasty edge every play, every series and every game." To his teammates, Allen is all of that — and more.
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Football onlyfans.cstv.com —  Michigan State fifth-year senior defensive back Kurtis Drummond has been named first-team All-American by the Football Writers Association of America, while junior defensive lineman Shilique Calhoun has earned second-team honors.
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Football freep.com —  ESPN analyst Ed Cunningham did not hold back in his criticism of Michigan State quarterback Connor Cook's footwork during two broadcasts this season, which earned him the ire of some MSU fans. But Cunningham also didn't hold back his praise of the No. 7 Spartans (10-2) when asked on ESPN Radio's "SVP & Russillo" show Wednesday to name the best team in college football this season.
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