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  1. Article in the DFP about how Nick Gates hitting Joel Heath late, and no-calls on holding, threw Calhoun off his game. Includes an instagram photo of Calhoun being held in a headlock. lol Detrioit Free Press: Shilique Calhoun: "Dirty play" threw me off at Nebraska
  2. Here is a video preview by the ES, the oldest college FB blog in the Big Ten. It's from the most popular bar in East Lansing of the upcoming stint at Nebraska. We interview locals about their thoughts on the Spartans vs Corn, review the Spartans whipping of Indiana and the terrible reffing in the Big Ten... plus, video footage of the stumble into Spartan Stadium. Check it out and enjoy! Go GREEN. http://enlightenedspartan.blogspot.com/2015/11/enlightened-spartan-preview-6-mich.html
  3. Here's who MSU has played so far: W. Michigan: 117th total offense, 109th rushing offense S. Florida: 123rd total offense, 105th rushing offense Youngstown St: No rank total offense, No rank rushing offense Notre Dame: 86th total offense, 97th rushing offense Iowa: 69th total offense, 40th rushing offense Indiana: 9th total offense, 63rd rushing offense Purdue: 121st total offense, 121st rushing offense What this tells us is that MSU hasn't faced a rushing offense that is really good yet. It also tells us that when a really good passing offense (Indiana) met them, they got hit for 30 points and 250 yards through the air and 100 on the ground. What I conclude from this is...the defensive stats that has ESPN all worked up and many analysts out there jawboxing about are pretty much done against teams that aren't good. That makes me less worried about them than anyone else remaining on the schedule.
  4. What the title says. As long as you wear red and cheer loud, they're free. -Josh
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