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Dan Murphy ESPN Staff Writer
The Ingham County prosecutor has asked Michigan State University police for more information before she makes a decision on issuing arrest warrants for members of the school's football team involved in a sexual assault investigation.
Games against Iowa and Maryland could reveal whether Michigan State's 3-9 record in 2016 was a fluke or a sign of darker times ahead for the program.
Michigan State police have submitted requests for arrest warrants resulting from their investigation into a sexual assault claim involving three Spartans football players.
Questions about work ethic surround Malik McDowell, but there's no denying he's one of the most talented interior defensive linemen in this year's draft class.
NCAA tournament selection committee chair Mark Hollis has canceled a planned trip to focus on issues at Michigan State, where he is athletic director.
Nebraska, Northwestern and others have plenty of returning talent in the defensive backfield in 2017.
Three Michigan State football players were suspended from team activities and removed from on-campus housing amid a sexual assault investigation.
Urban Meyer and the Buckeyes will enter the fall with a talented and experienced group of productive performers along the defensive line.
Tight end Matt Dotson has the skills to be a threat in the passing game next year for Michigan State.
Brian Bennett ESPN Staff Writer
Michigan State offensive lineman Thiyo Lukusa has quit the team, according to the Detroit Free Press. Lukusa played eight games last year as a true freshman and was projected as the Spartans' starting right tackle in 2017. He told the Free Press that he was longer passionate about playing football.
Eight of the Big Ten's top 10 pass-catchers from 2016 have moved on, so the field is wide open for new stars to emerge.
Ohio State stays on top after signing a star-studded class ranked No. 2 in the country and an especially good haul in the defensive backfield.
Despite a 3-9 season, Mark Dantonio's Spartans landed another solid recruiting class with a consistent message that impressed incoming players.
Five Big Ten schools finished with better recruiting classes than Michigan State. Recruiting rankings, however, aren't an exact science. Just ask Kirk Cousins.
Maryland became the first Big Ten school other than Ohio State, Michigan or Penn State to sign more than five ESPN 300 recruits.
Ohio State and Michigan grabbed the headlines, but don't ignore what Penn State, Maryland -- Maryland! -- and Nebraska did on national signing day as the Big Ten flexed its recruiting muscles.
Spartans head coach Mark Dantonio flipped the script on what has become a national signing day tradition by putting on a hat from each Michigan State commit's high school as he talked about them.
Michigan State commit Donovan Winter was arrested in Florida on Monday night and did not send his letter of intent to the Spartans on Wednesday.
Don Coleman, Michigan State's first unanimous All-American football player, passed away Monday at the age of 88.
Few schools can win big with less
Since 2012, only four Power 5 schools have shared or won outright conference championships without a top-20 recruiting class. Michigan State has done it twice.
Don't overlook the importance of Wednesday's signing day developments. But don't assume those will tell the whole story in the Big Ten, either.
Visualizing the recruiting numbers that built the teams involved in the first three years of the College Football Playoff.
Michigan State is working with a sense of urgency on the trail in 2018 to overcome a tough season on the field in 2016. With two prospects from Ohio already committed in the junior class, the Spartans scored the biggest win yet on Sunday when ESPN Junior 300 tight end Trenton Gillison committed.