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Did you see this: Tom Izzo at Midnight Madness

Tom Izzo’s epic Midnight Madness performances have become one of the most popular events leading up to the Big Ten basketball season. It was the same story Friday night as the Spartans’ head coach was preparing to get shot out of a cannon. Have a look at it here: MUST SEE VIDEO: Watch @MSU_Basketball coach Tom Izzo's entrance at Midnight Madness. #orvillemoment – http://t.co/y8vpj4KR4K — Big Ten Network (@BigTenNetwork) October 19, 2013 Izzo followed that up with a speech to the fans, where he revealed it wasn’t actually him being shot out of the cannon. “I know you are disappointed,”

B1G Clicks: Tracking today's Big Ten trends

Did you miss something while you stepped away from your computer? We’re tracking some of the best Big Ten social media happenings and posting them all right here. Check out today’s edition, including this incredible video on the making of the 2013-14 Michigan State men’s basketball poster. Like what you see? We do this every weekday. Visit our Clicks archive. Here are Friday’s B1G Clicks: Our take: This. is. awesome. Chris Borland — yes, Chris Borland — will likely be the #Badgers' long-distance kicker vs. Illinois http://t.co/Ioqn520Vsu — Bucky's 5th Quarter (@B5Q) October 18, 2013 Our take: Is there anything

Best of Tom Izzo at Midnight Madness

What type of entrance will Tom Izzo make at this year’s Midnight Madness? That’s the burning question on the campus of Michigan State leading up to tonight’s much-anticipated event. We have seen Izzo come out as a fighter pilot to the “Top Gun” theme: We have seen him dressed as Iron ‘Mountain’ Man: What does Izzo have up his sleeve for this year? “Without saying too much because we want to keep everyone in suspense, it’s probably going to be one of the more daredevilish experiences that the fans can see in person planned for Friday,” Joe Rood, a Michigan

Fan Q&A: Former MSU standout Draymond Green

Coming off a 27-9 season, expectations are extremely high for the 2013-14 Michigan State men’s basketball team. Tom Izzo’s club returns four starters this year, including reigning Big Ten Freshman of the Year Gary Harris, who is picked by many to be the conference Player of the Year this season. The last Spartan to be named Big Ten Player of the Year? Draymond Green. The former All-American had a standout four year career for the Spartans, leading the program to two Final Four appearances and a Big Ten Championship in 2012. Green, now a member of the Golden State Warriors,

Watch MSU's Midnight Madness event live online

Michigan State’s “Midnight Madness” event will be streamed live Friday at 9:25 p.m. ET as part of the Big Ten Digital Network subscription package. You can subscribe to this service and access the live event via this link. The night’s activities will include fan autographs and feature the introduction of the men’s and women’s basketball teams. The Spartans return four starters from last year’s 27-9 squad, which means expectations are sky-high for Tom Izzo’s team heading into the 2013-14 season. Michigan State will open the year as the No. 2-ranked team in the USA TODAY Sports coaches’ poll. The Spartans

B1G Clicks: Tracking today's Big Ten trends

Did you miss something while you stepped away from your computer? We’re tracking some of the best Big Ten social media happenings and posting them all right here. Check out today’s edition, including this funny video of Michigan State junior forward Russell Byrd. Like what you see? We do this every weekday. Visit our Clicks archive. Here are Thursday’s B1G Clicks: Our take: Michigan State junior forward Russell Byrd as a kid on America’s Funniest Home Videos #iufb is the only FBS team with 5 players with 1,000 career receiving yards. No other team has more than 3 such players.

Five B1G teams land in Coaches Top 25

The release of the USA Today coaches poll is another indicator of how close we are to beginning basketball season. I was not shocked to see five Big Ten teams ranked in the new poll: 2. Michigan State, 9. Michigan, 10. Ohio State, 21. Wisconsin and 24. Indiana. I thought Michigan State could have merited being the No. 1 team in the nation. Alas, Kentucky got that honor. But the Spartans are loaded with the likes of Gary Harris and Adreian Payne. They didn’t bypass the NBA draft to finish second. And don’t forget about Branden Dawson. Here are a

How many B1G stars made CBSSports' top 100 players?

Thirteen Big Ten basketball stars land on CBSSports.com’s recently released top 100 players of 2013-14. Michigan State’s Gary Harris leads the way, at No. 7, while Ohio State’s Aaron Craft comes in right behind Harris. That’s it for the Big Ten as far as the top 10 goes, however Michigan’s Mitch McGary is No. 11 to kick start the remaining 11 players. [ MORE: CBSSports.com Top 100 Players ] For what it’s worth, Michigan State put four players on the list, Michigan three, Indiana and Ohio State two, and Minnesota and Wisconsin one. Here’s the full list of B1G players

CBSSports.com releases preseason Top 25 (And One)

The guys at CBSSports.com com released their preseason Top 25 (And One) Monday, and one of the six experts, Doug Gottlieb, has Michigan State as his No. 1 team. Six Big Ten teams received top 25 votes, with Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State and Wisconsin landing on every experts’ list. [ MORE: Kentucky is CBSSports.com’s preseason No. 1 team ] The Spartans finished no lower than No. 4. That’s no surprise, of course. The biggest surprise: Gottlieb had Michigan at No. 22. None of the other five experts had the Wolverines lower than No. 11. Another surprise: Jon Rothstein put

Four B1G programs appear in ESPN's "top two-sport schools"

It is no question that football and basketball rule the world of college athletics. Ohio State is considered a “top-notch” national powerhouse when it comes to college football, and the same can be said about Michigan State when talking about college hoops. But what schools are dominant in both sports? Our friends over at ESPN the Magazine recently published an article titled “The Undisputed Two-Sport Champ,” which uses a detailed formula to determine which college programs rule both football and basketball. The formula takes the following three factors into consideration: On-field success (which accounts for 50 percent of the final