Posted: 12/19/2014 - The man who admitted to sexually assaulting several MSU students last year is going to prison for a very long time
He will miss at least two games
She was wife of former MSU coach
Talks are said to be substantive
Big Ten play begins December 30th
He holds his regular Thursday news conference
It will be a 54-hole tournament in July
He hasn't started NFL game in four years
Spartans improve to 8-3
New losing streak hits two games
It's four years, $48 million
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