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Shanahan says that Robert Griffin III is the starter at QB

 

Robert Griffinn III (2009 photo by Caesarscott via wikipedia commons)

Washington Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan has wasted no time at all in affirming that 2012 NFL Draft pick Robert Griffin III, is the team’s starting quarterback, “period.”

The Redskins wrapped up their rookie minicamp over the weekend by putting the Heisman Trophy winner and number-2 overall pick as the top QB on the depth chart.

Griffin is ahead of fourth-round pick Kirk Cousins and last year’s starter, Rex Grossman. The latter two will battle for second and third string spots.

RG3 picked up several other awards his final season at Baylor in 2011, was a concensus All-American, 1st team All-Big 12, Davey O’Brien Award and the Manning Award.

 

 

Info compiled from Washington Redskins, Radio & TV news

UC Bearcats RB Pead sets record in Senior Bowl, wins MVP award

 

Isaiah Pead (courtesy of UC athletics photo by BH photography)

Four Ohio State players played in the Senior Bowl on Saturday afternoon for the North squad, RB Daniel Herron, WR DeVier Posey, OC Michael Brewster and OL Mike Adams.

But the real star of the game came from the University of Cincinnati.

Eastmoor Academy graduate Isaiah Pead was named the game’s most valuable player in helping the North team to a 23-13 win over the South in Mobile, Alabama.

Pead set a Senior Bowl record in the first half with 98 yards on two punt returns.

Michigan State QB Kirk Cousins threw a touchdown pass and threw for 115 yards.

Wisconsin QB Russell Wilson also threw for a touchdown.

 

Info compiled from UC athletics, Radio, TV & Senior Bowl news

MICHIGAN STATE AT OSU FINAL RECAP: Game Notes/Postgame Audio

 

(courtesy of Free-Extras.com)

MICHIGAN STATE 10

OHIO STATE 7

Ohio Stadium

Columbus, Ohio

105,306 in attendance

* The all-time series is led by Ohio State 27-13.

* OSU is 70-24-4 in conference openers since joining the Big Ten in 1913.

* Ohio State is 55-6 at Ohio Stadium since the start of the 2002 season.

* OSU held Michigan State to 3-of-14 on third-down conversions.

* Ohio State has only allowed three touchdowns in the second half through the first five games.

* The Buckeyes have allowed 120 touchdowns from scrimmage since the start of the 2005 campaign–the fewest in the nation among FBS schools in that span.

* Sophomore free safety CJ Barnett claimed a huge interception in the Buckeyes’ end zone on a fade pass attempt by Spartans QB Kirk Cousins with 14:09 left in the fourth quarter.

* Junior DB Travis Howard and senior linebacker Andrew Sweat led the team with a career-high 10 tackles each against Michigan State.

POSTGAME OHIO STATE PRESS CONFERENCE:

48 392 Bradley Roby OSU DB MSU 10 OSU 7

48 398 Christian Bryant OSU DB MSU 10 OSU 7

MEGASPORTSNEWS.COM GAME COVERAGE

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MICHIGAN STATE AT OHIO STATE GAMEWEEK: Buckeyes ready for Cousins & Cunningham

 

QB Kirk Cousins

The Big Ten Conference season begins this coming Saturday, as the Michigan State Spartans travel to Columbus, Ohio for a 3:30 p.m. contest on ABC-TV in Ohio Stadium.

Both teams survived the pre-conference schedule with 3-1 records.

The October 1 game marks the 40th meeting between Michigan State and Ohio State. The Buckeyes lead the series 27-12, including a 13-7 record in games played in Columbus. The Buckeyes have won seven in a row and 12 of the last 14 meetings. The Spartans last win in the series came on November 6, 1999, 23-7 in Spartan Stadium. The last MSU win in Columbus came over the #1 ranked Buckeyes on November 7, 1998, 28-24.

The top two players getting the ink for Michigan State is QB Kirk Cousins and WR B.J. Cunningham.

Fifth-year senior Kirk Cousins, now in his third season as the Spartans starting quarterback, has a chance to win more football games than any other signal-caller in Michigan State history. Cousins has compiled a 19-10 record for a .655 winning percentage in 29 career starts. A school record 21 career wins is held by Jeff Smoker, (2000-03). His career winning percentage (eighth) and career wins (11th) rank among all active NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision quaterbacks.

Fifth-year senior B.J. Cunningham, a native of Westerville, Ohio, which is a suburb in North Columbus, leads the Big Ten in both receptions (7.3 per game) and receiving yards (107.0 per game).

WR B.J. Cunningham

In addition, Cunningham ranks among the NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision Top 20 in both stat categories: tied for 14th in receptions and tied for 16th in receiving yards. Cunningham leads the team in receptions (29), receiving yards (428) and 20-yard receptions (6). Nineteen of his 29 catches (66 percent) have resulted in either a touchdown or a first down. Cunningham has caught at least one pass in 38 straight regular-season games, which ties him for the fourth-longest active streak in the NCAA FBS.

SPARTANS NOTES:

* Michigan State is a crowd favorite around college football. The Spartans have ranked among the NCAA’s top 25 in attendance each of the last 55 years, including a #19 ranking in 2010, averaging 73,556 fans per game. The Spartans rank number-17 in the NCAA in total attendance as 514,894 fans went through the turnstiles for seven home games.

* The Magic number is 24 points for Michigan State. Since 1990, the Spartans are 117-32-1 for a winning percentage of .783 when it scores at least 24 points and 18-86-1 (.176) when it scores fewer than 24 points. During that 22 year history, MSU has compiled an overall record of 135-118-2 (.533).

Photos and Info courtesy of Michigan State athletics

#17 Michigan State beats “Big Brother #18 Michigan for third year in a row, 34-17

Kirk Cousins QB (courtesy of Michigan State athletics)

The Michigan State Spartans under head coach Mark Dantonio, accomplished something Saturday afternoon what no other team at the East Lansing school has done in 47 years; beat their “Big Brothers” from Ann Arbor, the Michigan Wolverines.

The University of Michigan has long considered Michigan State their “little brothers” especially in football.

But since Mark Dantonio took the job after leaving the University of Cincinnati, the Spartans have been competitive and finally took control of the series in 2008.

Saturday’s 34-17 win in venerable Michigan Stadium was even sweeter.

Head coach Mark Dantonio returned to the Spartans after missing the last two weeks following his heart attack he suffered September 18 after the Notre Dame game. He viewed the game from the press box while listening in on the headset.

Michigan State now 6-0, 2-0 in the Big Ten Conference have a clear path to at least a share of the Big Ten championship. They beat Wisconsin last week and don’t have to play Ohio State. The only game that could trip them up is at Iowa on October 30.

Saturday’s game between the Spartans and the Wolverines had both teams coming in undefeated for the first time since 1999.

Wolverines quarterback Denard Robinson had a tough day, throwing three interceptions and having his longest run of only 16 yards. He had not faced a defense as talented and disciplined as the Spartans, who kept a couple of spies around the line of scrimmage to watch him.

The Spartans offensive unit, led by Groveport-Madison graduate Le’Veon Bell, ran for 173 yards on 25 carries. Quarterback Kirk Cousins was unstoppable completing 16 0f 21 passes for 232 yards. Michigan State did not have a turnover.

compiled from staff & Michigan State news