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Wednesday, January 4, 2012


This the kind of post I'll enter regularly - someday! Read all the stuff, summarize and link to the best. In absence of daily posts, you can go to the of the for the link - updated real time.

Here's M-live's version:

Michigan State Spartans Links: 10 years in the making

Published: Tuesday, January 03, 2012, 10:22 AM     Updated: Tuesday, January 03, 2012, 11:00 AM
denicos-allen-02.jpgMichigan State's Denicos Allen sacks Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray during the first half of the Outback Bowl.
  • In so many ways, Monday's triple-overtime Outback Bowl win was typical MSU: falling behind big early, coming back but throwing an interception in overtime and on the brink of collapse. But then it was typical Mark Dantonio MSU: Fighting through everything and making the big play in the final moments for the win. After being labeled a sleeping giant for years, Dantonio finally has MSU at the level it should be — competing with anyone in the country. A win over Georgia cemeted Dantonio's stamp. [DetNews]
  • When William Gholston's commitment to MSU as a recruit was questioned, Dantonio had faith in him. When Gholston was suspended for punching a Michigan player, Dantonio had faith in him, knowing that play didn't define him. Gholston rewarded his head coach with five tackles for loss, two sacks and a fumble recovery in the win over Georgia. [Freep]
  • MSU was the only Big Ten school able to hold its own on Monday, and they did it against a top-level SEC team. MSU's defense proved it could stop Big Ten teams this year, but against that world-famous SEC speed, and the biggest offensive line in the nation, MSU's defenseproved it could play with anyone[ESPN]
  • Georgia-native Darqueze Dennard certainly had a first half to forget against the Bulldogs, as he was picked on and beat deep several times. But the sophomore responded in the second half with two interceptions, the first of which led to a touchdown and the second of which he returned for a touchdown. [Freep]
  • For all that Kirk Cousins had done in his time at MSU, it seemed like he could never really get over the hump and win on the big stage. But in his final game, he got one of the most thrilling, and most rewarding, wins of his memorable career. When it was over, Cousins wanted to soak it all in[LSJ]
  • It's not all football, as the men's basketball team has a chance to pick up a huge road win tonight. But the Kohl Center in Wisconsin is a house of horrors for MSU — as well as most opponents. MSU's 13-game winning streak will be put to the test. For everything Izzo has accomplished, he has never beaten Bo Ryan on the road. Tonight, he gets another chance.[Freep]
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