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MICHIGAN STATE SPARTANS
ALBERT CHEN
August 16, 2011
A strong 2010 season ended on a sour note for the Spartans, but the disappointment may have been the wake-up call the program needed to rise to the next level
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August 16, 2011

Michigan State Spartans

A strong 2010 season ended on a sour note for the Spartans, but the disappointment may have been the wake-up call the program needed to rise to the next level

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FS TRENTON ROBINSON SENIOR

A second-team all-league pick last year, Robinson was especially dominant in a win over Michigan, when he had seven tackles, an interception and a key pass breakup. He was fourth on the team with a career-high 76 tackles.

BREAKOUT PLAYER

DE WILLIAM GHOLSTON SOPHOMORE

Healthy, starting and primed to pressure QBs

Gholston was the Big Ten's most touted recruit in 2010 but mostly struggled in a backup role as a true freshman (with 13 tackles in 10 games) before suffering a season-ending shoulder injury in early November. Now the 6' 7" 265-pounder is ready to terrorize Big Ten quarterbacks as he slides into a starting role.

TOP RECRUIT

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