WOW lucky haha... thats good 3.5 well i think if u want to continue ur senior year in Michigan than that would be fine.... but u have so much opportunities like the national honor society but then again if you go to Michigan you could get more things.... but you would get into Michigan i think its definite.
Michigan State doesn't have lax and they don't show enough of it on Big Ten Network or ESPN/ESPN2/ESPNU.
Anyone remember the first name of the Michigan State basketball player years ago with the last name White?
According to the Michigan State media guide the only players named White that have played for MSU are Benny White who played 1973-1976, Curtis White who played from 1935-1936, and Oliver White who played from 1943-1947.
Where can I get Michigan vs. Ohio state Mens Basketball tickets for under 40 dollars?
If you do the "close to gametime or after tipoff" approach, you should defnitely get tickets for around 20-40 bucks. Sure it is a big game, but Michigan isn't even ranked (yes it is a huge rivalry and OSU is number 1).
I have found this method to work almost every time for some really big games. Don't even think about ebay or craigs list, they will be sky high on there. Just take your 80 bucks down to the arena this weekend and wait till about 10 minutes till tipoff. Someone will have a bunch of average tickets left and they will be ready to go in and watch the game. You should be able to get some for face value.
i like michigan more but thats only because i was born in michigan and raised there and i was always a wolverine fan when it came to sports any state expesually agianst ohio state we hate them! sadly lost but michigan state does have a great basketball team! and there college is so much bigger but ill always back up my wolverines
Is MSU undefeated in tourney games played in Indianapolis?
Michigan State basketball has been selected for 13 consecutive NCAA tournament bids (1998–2010) as of the end of the 2010 season. Overall, Michigan State has been to the Final Four a total of eight times in its history (1957, 1979, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2005, 2009, and 2010) and has made 24 NCAA Tournament appearances. Only six schools UCLA, North Carolina, Duke, Kentucky, Kansas and Ohio State) have more total Final Four appearances.
you have to look up those 8 final fours and see where they were played.
how will michigan state do in the NCAA BAsketball playoffs?
they have a hard draw- the winner of ku and west virginia- both very good teams, gotta think they are rooting for KU to win that one as they seemed to have matchup advantages the first time KU and MSU played- but on the other hand that was at michigan state, then they are stuck with the winner of louisville wake- both very good teams... but if they can get to the final four its in detriot- you have to think that bodes well for them... but they have to get there first.
What'd you think of #2 Michigan State avoiding the upset to beat Gonzaga 75-71 for those who watch NCAA?
Michigan State looked a little timid at times; even moving the ball around too much to find the better shot. Certainly this isn't a totally bad thing. Also looked to me like MSU had problems scoring inside, something in which they thrived on at times last year. Gonzaga is a very capable team year after year, and I'm not shocked they turned this into a game. In the end, MSU prevailed barely. I'm very glad College Basketball is back, I find it more exciting usually then the NBA, and the KU/Memphis and this game are further proof of that. While, I don't think its by any means time to panic; Gonzaga could see themselves rise into the top 25 with a loss, albeit a very close loss.
Will the underdog Michigan State win, simply because the championship game is in Detroit & because Michigan's?
Michigan State isn't really an underdog, you have to admit it one way or the other. They knocked off---
Robert Morris- Easy
Southern California- Medium
Louisville- Very Hard
Connecticut- Very Hard
And even though it is placed in Detroit (92 miles away from the Michigan State University main campus), North Carolina has the biggest fan base in the whole nation. We've traveled to so many places when needed.
Danny Green, Wayne Ellington
Draymond Green, Delvon Roe
Guys you can't forget about-
North Carolina- 65
Michigan State- 55
Most Outstanding Player-
1. Tyler Hansbrough
2. Ty Lawson
what is the all time series record between the University of Michigan and Michigan State in basketball?
I wasn't able to find the all-time series record, but I was able to find some other stats that all involve football for U of Michigan
-University of Michigan holds record for total wins with 880
-University of Michigan holds record for win percentage with .747
-All-time record against Ohio State is 57-40-6
-All-time record against Notre Dame is 19-14-1
-All-time record against Michigan State is 66-28-5
-University of Michigan has not had a losing season since 1967
-University of Michigan has not missed a bowl since 1974
-University of Michigan has 11 national championships, most recently in 1997
-University of Michigan has produced 3 heisman trophy winners:
can you please give me a best ansewer, because mine is better than "who cares", isn't it?
They'll lose to Minnesota on Friday. But then they will bounce back and go on a winning streak. They will go somewhere around 11-7 in conference play. Remember... this is a very tough conference! Ohio St. is #2 in the country and they will probably go 13-5 in the big ten this year. They will get to the semifinals of the big ten tournament. Then they will really turn it on in the NCAA tournament but then lose in the Elite 8.
I can't find a roster list. But if you go to ESPN you can get box scores from every Michigan State game from the 04-05 season. This list is from the Final Four game against UNC.
A. Anderson G-F
P. Davis C
S. Brown G
D. Neitzel G
M. Ager G
C. Hill G
M. Trannon F
A. Hamo G
K. Torbert G
T. Bograkos G
D. Naymick C
A. Harvey F
D. Rowley F
Who are Michigan State's basketball starters this season?
sorry couldnt get the starters but here is the entire roster
3 Allen, Chris G 6-3 205 Jr (2V) Lawrenceville, GA (Meadowcreek HS)
25 Crandell, Jon F 6-8 230 Sr (3V) Rochester, MI (Rochester Adams HS)
22 Dahlman, Isaiah G 6-6 195 Sr (3V) Braham, MN (Braham Area HS)
23 Green, Draymond F 6-6 235 So (1V) Saginaw, MI (Saginaw HS)
40 Herzog, Tom C 7-0 250 Jr (3V) Flint, MI (Powers HS)
44 Ianni, Anthony C 6-9 260 Jr (2V) East Lansing, MI (Grand Valley State University)
20 Kebler, Mike G 6-4 205 Jr (2V) Okemos, MI (Okemos HS)
1 Lucas, Kalin G 6-1 190 Jr (2V) Sterling Heights, MI (Orchard Lake St. Mary's HS)
34 Lucious, Korie G 5-11 170 So (1V) Milwaukee, WI (St. Pius XI HS)
2 Morgan, Raymar F 6-8 230 Sr (3V) Canton, OH (McKinley HS)
50 Nix, Derrick C 6-8 280 Fr (HS) Detroit, MI (Pershing HS)
10 Roe, Delvon F 6-8 230 So (1V) Euclid, OH (St. Edward HS)
41 Sherman, Garrick C 6-10 235 Fr (HS) Kenton, OH (Kenton HS)
15 Summers, Durrell G 6-4 205 Jr (2V) Detroit, MI (Redford Covenant Christian HS)
13 Thornton, Austin G 6-5 220 So (2V) Sand Lake, MI (Cedar Springs HS)
Is Michigan State like the Yankees of college basketball? 6 final 4's in the past 10 years?
No, because talent is more evenly distributed in college basketball. In other words, everyone has a shot at making it to the playoffs, and Michigan State has fought its way in so often through great effort and coaching. In the Yankees' case, however, championships are bought. They have the best players because they have the most money. Talent is NOT evenly distributed, because players want to go where the cash is, and in the MLB that place is New York. This is why basketball is and always will be my favorite sport.
EDIT: Oh, I see what you're asking. Sorry 'bout that. Yeah, you've definitely got a point there, since Michigan State always makes it pretty deep into the playoffs, only to fall short each time. Their fans must be dying, getting so close to a championship so many times.
Does Michigan State have a chance to win the NCAA tournament as an underdog?
Michigan State 62 Maryland 80
Michigan State 63 UNC 95
Not to mention they lost to both Northwestern and Penn State at home. They also got blown out by Purdue. Championship caliber teams don't get blown out 3 times. Sure, if they reach there potetial they could beat anybody but you could say that about a lot of teams. I think they'll make the Elite 8 but that's it.
Good Division 1 basketball colleges in/around Michigan?
Obviously Michigan and Michigan state would by far give you the most exposure nationally. But other Division 1 schools in and around Michigan that you could also consider are central Michigan, Detroit-Mercy, Butler, Akron, Purdue, Possibly Indiana, and then there's Marquette and UWGB right across the lake in Wisconsin. There are probably many more I did not cover, but those are the ones that were at the top of my head. Hope I helped and good luck :)
i wanna go to michigan state too!!! i actually toured that college the other day isnt their gpa like 3.4 or something im sure you will get in they love community hours i dont think they look into sports that much as compared to honors classes and gpa but i think you will make it im going for Grand valley now as for an upward trend i never heard of it but good luck
what is michigan state university basically known for?
Michigan State does have a party school reputation, but that is partially because of an active greek system and the 7th largest student enrollment in the U.S.
Michigan State is nationally known for it's agricultural and veterinary programs. The law school and Eli Broad Business School are also nationally ranked and well-respected.
As far as sports, the Spartans are nearly always national contenders in hockey and men's basketball.
Louisville is an amazing team. In the past four years, the Big East Tourny winner made it to the final four three times, and elite eight the year they didn't make it to the final four. History says that Louisville should win. I have Louisville losing to Michigan State though, just because I don't want to be predictable, and Michigan State is a great team (and they gave Izzo).
I have a Michigan State Spartan Jersey is it football or basketball?
Unfortunately it's both. Michigan state's mascot is the spartan named sparty I think. Michigan state spartans represents all 25 of the universities athletic sport teams which include basketball and football. I hope I helped
Michigan is bigger. Studies are bigger majors. And Michigan is known for it's Sports. ex: football, basketball. I will always feel that Michigan State is better. That college has put out some awesome Teachers, Veterinarians, Lawyers, just to name a few. The campus is friendlier in my view. I had a chance to visit both campuses. Since I lived in the Detriot area. But I choose neither. I went to OU instead. That Oklahoma University, not Ohio. They had a better nursing program. Check them both out.
My wife and I both went to Michigan State.
Based on your description above, it sounds like you are a little below the average entering GPA and ACT, but I would say that it sounds to me like you should get in, especially with all the extras.
Good luck and GO STATE!
Basketball: Are you watching North Carolina vs Michigan State?
michigan was no match for unc in the 2nd half..although michigan bigs had dominated inside but the overall talent level of unc is just too much for michigan state to handle. henson was pretty much the game changer on defense and barnes looked so much bigger and stronger, more patient, moves very well without the ball, and looks for contact too, he's going to help UNC win alot of games this year. Zeller struggled against the big but it wasn't his night usually he'd score tons. marshall is the same, didn't see much diff from last year..., the freshmen did so so..., but good depth though. good game overall.
You asked for PROFESSIONAL Michigan Basketball teams, right? Michigan State is college, NOT professional.
The only professional basketball team in Michigan is the Detroit Pistons.
The bigger college basketball teams in Michigan are Michigan Wolverines, Michigan State Spartans, Western Michigan Broncos, Eastern Michigan Eagles, Central Michigan Chippewas, Detroit Titans, and Oakland Grizzlies.