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1st Quarter Recap: Michigan State 10, Boise State 3

Le'Veon Bell

Le'Veon Bell Leap

No. 13 Michigan State’s Le’Veon Bell ran for 57 yards and one touchdown in the first quarter, and the Spartans lead 10-3 after 15 minutes. Michigan State scored when Bell ran one yard to paydirt to cap off a 12-play, 60-yard drive, giving the Spartans the game’s first score. A 17-yard drive that ended when Michael Frisina made a 23-yard field goal helped No. 22 Boise State narrow the deficit to 7-3. The Broncos started in good field position at Michigan State’s 23-yard line when Jamar Taylor intercepted Andrew Maxwell’s pass.

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Penn State fans gather for annual Football Eve

Penn State Crowd

Penn State Football Eve

Friday night marked the annual Penn State Football Eve at Beaver Stadium, and for several reasons, this pep rally was different than all the ones before it. For the obvious reason, this was the first event without head coach Joe Paterno, who was fired late last year and died months later. On top of that, the Penn State fan base has really rallied around this team and coach Bill O’Brien in the wake of the NCAA sanctions that crippled it this offseason.

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Friday Olympic Sports Roundup

Penn State Volleyball

Stanford at Penn State - Volleyball Highlights

Several Big Ten teams took to the volleyball court and soccer pitch on Friday night. Penn State volleyball came out with a five-set win over Standford, while the Purdue women’s soccer team scored a 2-0 win over Tennessee-Martin. Watch the volleyball highlights now and jump inside for coverage of Purdue’s win.

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Michigan-Alabama played on Cowboys Stadium screen

Cowboys Stadium Scoreboard

Brady Hoke Pre-Alabama Interview

NCAA Football ’13 is a sweet game on any screen. Imagine what it’s like on a 2,100-inch high-definition display. The co-hosts of “ESPNU Road Trip” found out Thursday when they played the game on the gaudy video board at Cowboys Stadium, where Michigan and Alabama meet Saturday afternoon. The hosts, Oliver Ali Nejad and Niki Noto, naturally played as Michigan and Alabama.

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Friday's Links: Is Michigan up to the task?

Michigan Wolverine players before the Michigan spring game at Michigan Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-US PRESSWIRE

The Journey 2012: Big Ten Football - Michigan

Most pundits agree: Michigan is an underdog—perhaps a big underdog—in its game vs. Alabama this Saturday in Arlington, Texas. But, history has shown us that the Wolverines can succeed vs. the mighty SEC, winners of the past six BCS national titles. Nick Baumgardner of MLive.com has taken a neat look at five memorable Wolverine games vs. SEC foes, the first of a handful of Big Ten news links you should read the day before our first college football Saturday of the season.

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