Michigan State University

MSU jazz professor playing instrutments
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Sat. Dec. 17 at 8pm on 90.5 FM WKAR Radio| A Jazzy Little Christmas LIVE from the Fairchild Theatre!

MSU Faculty Recital Series
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Sat. Dec. 10 at 8pm on 90.5 FM WKAR Radio | MSU Faculty Recital Series presents Handel's Messiah LIVE from Wharton Center.

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The Michigan State Men's basketball team may have beaten Oral Roberts on Saturday afternoon at home, but head coach Tom Izzo isn't pleased. He called out his team saying "They didn't play hard enough." Listen to his postgame tirade as WKAR's Al Martin reports.

Spartans Push Buckeyes to the Brink

Nov 20, 2016
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The Michigan State football team almost upset the No. 2 Ohio State Buckeyes on Saturday afternoon at Spartan Stadium, 17-16 the final. The Spartans were down 17-10 when LJ Scott scored on a 1-yard run with 4:41 to play. Tyler O'Connor's pass was intercepted in the end zone on a 2pt conversion attempt that would've given MSU the lead.

MSU Rolls Rutgers to End Losing Streak

Nov 12, 2016
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The Michigan State football team ended a seven game skid with a 49-0 shutout win over Rutgers on Saturday afternoon at Spartan Stadium. It was the first win of the Big Ten season for the Spartans and the fourth time in head coach Mark Dantonio's tenure that his defense didn't allow a point.

MSU club hockey provides opportunity

Nov 12, 2016
Kamen Kessler / WKAR's Current Sports

Michigan State hockey’s annual Green versus White game is a fun fall kickoff event for the upcoming season, but for a few players, it is an extraordinary opportunity.

MSU club football players pay price to participate

Nov 12, 2016
Luke Robins / WKAR's Current Sports

EAST LANSING, Mich. – For the players on Michigan State’s club football team, their passion for the sport can end up costing hundreds of dollars. New members pay the $850 team fee, while returning players are charged $400. The money funds the team’s budget, and pays expenses during the season.

Amy Fouty Brainchild Behind Spartan Stadium Turf

Nov 4, 2016
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Amy Fouty has served as Michigan State's sports turf manager since 2003. Her 26-year career is one that has brought her acclaim and even Field of the Year honors from the Sports Turf Managers Association (STMA) in 2005.

Lights-Out for MSU Football After Fall to UM

Oct 29, 2016
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The Michigan football team topped Michigan State on Saturday afternoon, 32-23, for only the second time in the last nine meetings. Amara Darboh caught eight passes for a career-high 165 yards, and De'Veon Smith ran for two touchdowns. Michigan also scored on every offensive possession in the first half.

Wind Symphony | MSU Faculty Series

Oct 24, 2016
College of Music

Thu. Oct. 27 at 7:30pm on 90.5 FM | LIVE from the Cobb Great Hall, conductor Kevin L. Sedatole presents Wind Symphony!

MSU Freshies Turning Heads

Oct 20, 2016
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The MSU men's basketball team held Media Day on Thursday afternoon at the Breslin Center. As head coach Tom Izzo enters his 22nd season, he finds himself ushering-in his top recruiting class ever! With so much talent coupled with a ton of youth, what are the realistic expectations for the team?

MSU Women's Hoops Eyes Goal of Final Four

Oct 19, 2016
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The 2016-17 MSU women's basketball team brings back two starters from last year in junior guard Branndais Agee and senior guard Tori Jankoska. With so much turnover coming into the new season, the team took a Summer trip to Europe that focused on building team chemistry.

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The Michigan State football team lost to Brigham Young University on Saturday afternoon at Spartan Stadium, marking three straight loses for the Spartans. It's the first time the green and white met BYU on the gridiron, and the first time they have lost three straight games since 2009.

MSU club football a labor of love for coaches and players

Oct 5, 2016
MSU Club Football
Luke Robins / WKAR-MSU

EAST LANSING, Mich. – The Michigan State club football team might be not be playing for scholarships and potential pro careers, but that doesn't mean the 11 coaches dedicate anything less than everything to the success, on and off the field, to its players.

Smaller college football teams cash in with wins and checks

Oct 5, 2016
Nathaniel Bott / WKAR-MSU

Upsets are a spectacle of college football, giving rise to Goliaths of a season falling to the Davids. The FCS “Davids”, who win against Power Five schools, can leave fans with an “anything is possible” mentality and develop new allegiances.

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