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Pat Narduzzi talked, and that's usually interesting. He was asked what's impressed him so far. “I’m not impressed with anything," he said. "What am I most concerned about? I’m most concerned about maybe the linebacker depth, our development there with our youth and replacing some great players from a year ago. That’s probably my biggest concern. I feel pretty good in the secondary. I feel, we’re banged up inside, when we get all of our d-line all back and feeling 100 percent we’ll be solid there, I think. But we’ve got to get some young guys ready to go.”
For example, David Harns is doing another ticket exchange for kids who have never seen an MSU football game before. He may do one for men's basketball this year as well.
Some outlets build buzz and tweet about how great an upcoming story is, then deliver a shoulder shrugger. Some work silently and drop a bomb like the one that just hit South Beach.
A few things are becoming clearer after a week of practice and a scrimmage at MSU.
JUST KIDDING on Payne, but he did look like an intriguing prospect this morning, throwing the ball around with Dane Fife as Dwayne Stephens looked on and Tom Izzo gave a pep talk to the football team.
Will Gholston had 2 1/2 sacks for losses of 19 yards and forced a fumble, but the MSU offense beat the defense 67-63 for the green jerseys in the first scrimmage of camp Saturday.
Those were the topics of emphasis Thursday evening after MSU's first practice in pads, with LB coach Mike Tressel and WR coach Terrence Samuel delivering updates. First, let's start with all we know about Lawrence Thomas' shoulder contusion.