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Topic - Max Bullough
EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan State linebacker Max Bullough has an opportunity to make a comeback.
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Connor Cook passed for a career-high 332 yards and hit Tony Lippett with a tiebreaking 25-yard touchdown pass early in the fourth quarter, leading No. 4 Michigan State to a 24-20 victory over No. 5 Stanford on Wednesday night in the 100th Rose Bowl.
Stanford's David Shaw and Michigan State's Mark Dantonio have built powerhouse teams over the last few years, and so far they've both stuck around when bigger football powers with deeper pockets came calling.
Michigan State has suspended senior linebacker Max Bullough (BUHL'-uh) for violating team rules, making him ineligible to play in the Rose Bowl.
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All of Ohio State's NCAA investigations and sanctions might not have been as painful for Buckeyes fans as this.
Two Michigan State football players have been arrested for fighting in an Aspen bar and then trying to flee from officers, authorities said.
Linebacker Max Bullough, the former Michigan State star, showed up but repeatedly refused to answer questions about his Rose Bowl suspension, choosing instead to say NFL teams already knew the answer.
"I'm excited that no one is suspended," Michigan State linebacker Max Bullough said. "I hope no one does get suspended. I want to play their best. I think if we were in that same situation they'd say the same."