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Dec 31, 2015; Arlington, TX, USA; Michigan State Spartans head coach Mark Dantonio speaks to his team prior to the game against the Alabama Crimson Tide in the 2015 CFP semifinal at the Cotton Bowl at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Erich Schlegel-USA TODAY Sports

Big Ten football: Five questions facing Michigan State next season

Michigan State closed out its season with an uninspiring 38-0 loss to Alabama in this year’s College Football Playoff semifinal at the Goodyear Cotton Bowl. Despite the loss, this was an outstanding year for Mark Dantonio and the Spartans, finishing 12-2 and winning a Big Ten championship. With the graduation of Connor Cook, Shilique Calhoun, Jack Allen and several other key players from this year’s team, the Spartans will have a number of important questions that need to be addressed heading into next season. Here is a look at five burning questions facing Dantonio and the Spartans in 2016. Who

BTN LiveBIG: Spartans "360.24" project comes to life

During the Michigan State episode of LiveBIG, we featured a unique project titled “Spartans’ Will 360,” that told stories of MSU alumni making an impact all over the globe. Now, the next generation of the project will come to life as “360.24.” For 24 straight hours in November, hundreds of Spartans on six continents in 18 time zones captured their world through photos and videos. This collection of Spartan stories will be presented on BTN on Monday night. Here’s a preview:

BTN LiveBIG: MSU keeping feet warm in Lansing

Look down at your feet. Are you wearing socks? Well, imagine what it would be like if you didn’t have access to any – none. That’s the cold reality for some of the parents and children who arrive at the City Rescue Mission of Lansing, Mich., when domestic or financial troubles force them to seek a safe place. Thanks to the Socks For Lansing campaign, many needing something as basic as a pair of socks will have warmer feet in 2014. Sarah Garner, after taking a break from her computer one late September day, saw the local shelter, and with

BTN LiveBIG: MSU's "Great Dane" helping military families

These days, the average career of an NFL player is less than four seasons, according to the NFL Players Association. A kicker from Michigan State nicknamed “The Great Dane” spent an unheard of 25 seasons employed by the NFL and remains the all-time leading scorer with 2,544 points. Morten Andersen spent his lengthy career playing for teams around this great country. Now he’s working to help the families of the brave men and women who protect it. Earlier this week, Andersen’s latest teammates, the good people at Operation One Voice, were proud to announce the success of “Operation St. Nick,”

BTN LiveBIG: Voting made easier at Michigan State

Every November, millions of Americans express their political beliefs by taking part in the democratic process. Unfortunately, voting can be difficult for those with mobility issues. Work being done at Michigan State is trying to make the voting experience easier for everyone. Leading the project is Sarah Swierenga, the Director of Usability/Accessibility Research and Consulting (UARC) at Michigan State. UARC is part of University Outreach and Engagement; the group’s emphasis is improving the community around the university. “There’s been a lot more public interest in the way that the ballot is put together and the voting experience,” said Swierenga. “There

BTN LiveBIG: Spartans helping veterans

War changes people. It’s an unfortunate truth that families of deployed service men and women have to deal with. Whether it’s a submarine officer under water for six weeks or a marine overseas for 12 months, often times the soldier who left home does not resemble the one who returns, in the same way families change and adapt without that person in their day-to-day lives. Sometimes coming home can be more difficult than going to war, for all parties involved. Professor Adrian Blow, a family and marriage therapist and Associate Professor at Michigan State, has been working with Star Behavioral