GREAT MOMENTS IN SPARTAN ATHLETIC HISTORY: A VIDEO ESSAY
THE ONE WITH THE EXTRA SECOND
NICK SABAN COACHED THERE AND SOMEHOW WON ZERO NATIONAL TITLES
One of college football's great mysteries is how Nick Saban morphed into a national title-winning coach. He won seven games or more just once in his five season tenure in East Lansing, had two bowl losses, and his final nine-win season yielded him an offer to be LSU's head coach. We all know how that turned out. Michigan State remembers, too.
THE ONE WITH THE DESMOND TRIP
JOHN L. SMITH ALSO COACHED THERE AND SOMEHOW WON ZERO BIG GAMES
THE ONE WITH THE IOWA COMEBACK
THAT TIME THEY TROLLED NOTRE DAME SO HARD
THE ONE WHERE HENNE AND MANNINGHAM TROLLED SPARTAN STADIUM SO HARD
AND THAT OTHER TIME PLAYERS BEAT UP PEOPLE
An MSU junior was attacked by members of the MSU hockey team (allegedly) in 2012. A Spartan does not merely fight as one, but as a group, even when punching and stabbing a fellow Spartan.
THE ONE WHERE CHARLES WOODSON MADE ME BE LIKE DANG
MANY COUCHES DIED TO BRING US THIS INFORMATION
Sparty On, as they say.