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Dan on 6/25/2014 @ 1:56pm EST Said:

Randy Gregory??????????

MSU#1-Rose Bowl Win, B1G Champs! 13-1! 42 wins in 4 years! on 6/25/2014 @ 2:08pm EST Said:

Perfect list! ;)
It’ll be MSU vs Nebraska in the 2014 B1G championship game and then MSU will go onto the first college football 4-team playoff to represent the B1G proudly! Go Green!

Mary Brennan on 6/25/2014 @ 2:26pm EST Said:

Where is Randy Gregory??

Brent Coleman on 6/25/2014 @ 3:25pm EST Said:

Mary Brennan on 6/25/2014 @ 2:26pm EDT Said:
Where is Randy Gregory??

I asked myself the same question when Brett Van Sloten and Brandon Scherff were destroying him last year on November 29th…

bigtengrad on 6/25/2014 @ 3:50pm EST Said:

5 tackles with a sack. TOTAL destruction by some guy I’ve never heard of and Scherff. Iowa fanboys like Brent Coleman and Tom Dienhart are the greatest.

Jeff Garton on 6/25/2014 @ 4:20pm EST Said:

Measurables: 5’11”, 248 lbs

40-YD Dash: 4.83

Stats:

2013: 12GP/12GS, 112 Tackles, 8.5 TFL, 4 QBS, 2 FF, 2 FR, 2 Pass Defenses

2012: 12GP/12GS, 104 Tackles, 10 TFL, 4.5 QBS, 3 FF, 3 FR, 6 Pass Defenses

2011: 14GP/14GS, 143 Tackles, 19 TFL, 2.5 QBS, 5 FF, 2 INT, 7 Pass Defenses

Totals: 55GP/48GS 420 Tackles, 50 TFL, 15 FF, 8 FR, 17 QBS, 3 INT, 18 Pass Defenses

Awards:

2013: First-team All-American (FWAA), Nagurski-Woodson Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year, Butkus-Fitzgerald Big Ten Linebacker of the Year, consensus first-team All-Big Ten (coaches and media), Big Ten Sportsmanship Award, Lott IMPACT Trophy finalist

2012: First team All-Big Ten (coaches), honorable mention All-Big Ten (media)

2011: Named third-team All-American by Yahoo! Sports … consensus first-team All-Big Ten

Career Record: Big Ten’s all time leader in forced fumbles, 2nd all time in the FBS.

Jeff Garton on 6/25/2014 @ 4:21pm EST Said:

Chris Borland

Scott on 6/25/2014 @ 4:59pm EST Said:

Five of the best twelve defensive players of the last three years are Spartans? Sounds about right, although Drummond’s absence at safety is hard to understand.

ilah17 on 6/25/2014 @ 5:05pm EST Said:

Jake Ryan??

Randy Kuhns on 6/25/2014 @ 5:53pm EST Said:

Gregory might be a pretty good player, but some of his plays are almost as dirty as what was seen from Big Suh

motownwalt on 6/25/2014 @ 10:01pm EST Said:

5 of 12 are Spartans – seems about right, since MSU won the Legends Division in two of its three years of existence. However, I would have added Spartan Kurtis Drummond as safety.

Ben Jones on 6/26/2014 @ 12:20am EST Said:

Brent Coleman is just happy that Iowa didn’t lose to Nebraska by 30 for the first time 35 years…..If that Iowa team makes you happy as a fan, awesome. One man’s trash is always another man’s treasure.

great2bahawkeye on 6/26/2014 @ 10:14am EST Said:

Hey Ben Jones, check your facts. In the B1G era, Iowa has outscored Nebraska (52-50), with 2 of the 3 games having been played in Lincoln. Nebraska has won by 13 in Lincoln, and 7 in Iowa City. Iowa won by 21 last year in Lincoln. Welcome to the 2000s, Husker fan!

bigtengrad on 6/26/2014 @ 3:28pm EST Said:

Is that all you have? You’ve won 1 of 3 but have scored 52 points? What’s your point? Were 2000, 2006,2007, and 2012 in the 2000’s? I’ll just leave out the 7 win seasons, because I know those get you excited.

great2bahawkeye on 6/27/2014 @ 10:46am EST Said:

Just pointing out that Ben Jones is a bit off base with his comment that “Brent Coleman is just happy that Iowa didn’t lose to Nebraska by 30 for the first time 35 years….” Seems Ben lacks a basic grasp on recent history! I’d suggest checking facts before talking trash.

JP on 6/27/2014 @ 2:36pm EST Said:

I love Iowa Fan talking crap about beating a Nebraska team playing a walk-on 3rd String QB a 2nd string back up offensive line and a one legged Kenny Bell and Ameer Abdullah. Iowa deserved to win the game, but considering all of Nebraska’s injuries it’s not like it was some grand accomplishment.

great2bahawkeye on 6/27/2014 @ 5:12pm EST Said:

I don’t see how pointing out erroneous factual allegations is “talking crap,” but I’ll grant you that beating Nebraska is no longer a “grand accomplishment” (unless you’re Northwestern, Minnesota or Iowa State).