Michigan State Spartans Football News: Regular Season and Preseason Updates
Michigan State Spartans Football Tickets - We Are Spartans!
It's true that football has had a long tradition at the prestigious Michigan State in East Lansing, Michigan. Starting as a club sport in 1884, collegiate wisdom became privy to the power of the Spartans when the football team won the Rose Bowl in 1954, 1956, and then later in 1988. It was then that the Spartans were a team typically drafted for the NFL, most notably for four of the top eight selections in the 1967 NFL Draft, the only time a college football program has actually achieved that honor.
Michigan State Spartans Football Tickets - Their Home in East Lansing
The team competes in their very own Spartan Stadium, a renovated 75,005-seat stadium right on campus, and the current coach is Mark Dantonio, hired on November 27, 2006. Traditionally, the Spartans compete with all other Big Ten competition, most notably their longtime rivals the Wolverines from the University of Michigan just across the state in Ann Arbor. The Spartans are one of three Big Ten teams to have an annual non-conference football game against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish football team.
Michigan State Spartans Football Tickets - Their Future in Football
Nothing says great football, especially when you have powerhouses like the Spartans facing the Wolverines. You can see it in the eyes and movements of all players. Moreover, you can bet the Spartans aim for the championship every year.