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Matthew Mitchell / Michigan State Athletic Communications

After the final press conference on Wednesday, the day before kickoff of the 40th annual San Diego County Credit Union Holiday Bowl, Michigan State and Washington State had an eventful afternoon.

Matthew Mitchell / Michigan State Athletic Communications

The Michigan State football team spent Christmas Day at the San Diego Zoo as part of activities leading up to the 40th annual San Diego County Credit Union Holiday Bowl on Thursday night. 

Matt Mitchell / Michigan State Athletic Communications

The Michigan State football team was back on the practice field Sunday afternoon for its second workout of the weekend at Mesa College as the No. 16 Spartans continued to prepare for the 40th annual San Diego County Credit Union Holiday Bowl against No. 18 Washington State.

Smaller college football teams cash in with wins and checks

Oct 5, 2016
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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.

No "Quacking-Out" for MSU in Oregon Win, 31-28

Sep 14, 2015
WKAR

The MSU football team was able to hold on late to top the Oregon Ducks, 31-28, at Spartan Stadium on Saturday night in front of a primetime, nationally televised audience. With the win, the Spartans moved to number four in the Associated Press Poll. 

From Hoops to Hip Hop | Current Sports | WKAR

Sep 14, 2015
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Babi Mac, AKA Cait McMahan, is a former Tennessee Lady Vols women's basketball player who won two national championships under Pat Summit. She is now a hip hop recording artist and the official DJ of ESPN's "College GameDay." Current Sports host Al Martin chats with her about how she went from hoops to hip hop.