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The Greatest Signing Day announcement you will ever see, guaranteed

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If you are browsing through Twitter today, you are sure to see tons of tweets about prep football players officially signing with the school of their choice.

By now, we all have seen enough of these announcements that they have all just become the same thing over and over again. You know, they rarely start on time and then when they do, the player thanks every person they have ever bumped shoulders with before finally putting on a hat or unzipping a jacket to reveal his/her choice.

But what you are about to see is hands down the greatest Signing Day announcement that has EVER taken place.

Rather than describing the video, we will let you watch for yourself how 3-star TD Cooper Dawson (along with the help of his friend, Kingsley Feinman, reveals where he will be playing college football.

Huge props to Cooper Dawson for “getting it.” He certainly made some fans today!

And Feinman is 100% correct, “the only disability is a bad attitude.”

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Jason Hanson vs. Matt Prater: Who is the greatest Detroit Lions’ kicker of all-time?

While browsing Twitter this afternoon, I came across a series of tweets debating whether Jason Hanson or Matt Prater is the greatest Detroit Lions‘ kicker of all-time. My immediate response was that Prater is the best the Lions have ever had but that was based solely on his percentage of makes from 50 yards and out.

That being said, I figured it would only be fair if I took a closer look before jumping to such a decisive conclusion.

Longevity

As you probably already know if you clicked on this, Jason Hanson spent 21 seasons with the Lions. During that time, he was selected to the Pro Bowl on two occasions (1997 and 1999) and he was always considered to be one of the most consistent kickers in the league. In his career, Hanson made 495 field goals (23.57 per season), including a career-best 34 in 1993.

As far as Prater goes, he is currently in his 12th season (5th season with the Lions), and like Hanson, he has been selected to two Pro Bowls (2013 and 2016). So far in his career, Prater has drilled 270 field goals (22.5 per season), including a career-best 31 in 2016 with the Lions.

You never know with kickers, but chances are that Prater, who is 34, will not play another nine seasons to match Hanson and likely will not end up with as many career field goals.

*Note: Prater still has two games remaining in 2018

EDGE: Jason Hanson

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REPORT: Former Notre Dame running back charged with murder of 5-year-old girl

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According to reports, former Notre Dame running back Cierre Wood has been charged with the murder of a 5-year-old girl.

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From KLAS Las Vegas:

A former NFL player arrested in Las Vegas is now facing a murder charge in a child’s death, according to Metro Police.

Cierre Wood, 28, was arrested Wednesday on 1st-degree child abuse and neglect charges. The murder charge was added Thursday.

Amy Taylor was also arrested and faces charges for child abuse and neglect. Her relationship to Wood is not known, at this time.

According to the Clark County Coroner’s Office, La-Rayah Davis, 5, died as a result of child abuse. Her relationship to Wood is also not known.

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MUST SEE: Tom Izzo makes hilarious offer!

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NCAA Basketball: Iowa at Michigan State

Following the Michigan State Spartans victory over Duke to advance to the Final Four, there was quite the celebration in East Lansing. Students took to the streets and a few unfortunate couches were burned. This didn’t go unnoticed by head coach Tom Izzo, who had had some humor over the whole situation!

Anyone want to take up Izzo on his offer?

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Classy! Michigan State’s Cassius Winston and Nick Ward console Duke’s Tre Jones

In case you missed this from yesterday (we did), following Michigan State’s win over Duke to go to the Final Four, Duke guard Tre Jones was overcome with emotion near midcourt.

When Spartans forward Nick Ward and guard Cassius Winston noticed Jones, they immediately went over and consoled him

Check it out.

Pure class by a couple of Spartan players who had just won the biggest game of their lives.

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Must see! Tom Izzo gets dance lessons in locker room after win

The dragon has been slain!

On Sunday, Michigan State was clearly on a mission and they accomplished that mission by defeating No. 1 Duke to advance to the Final Four.

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For Spartans head coach Tom Izzo, it is his 8th Final Four in 24 years and he will be looking to win his second National Championship.

Following the conclusion of the game and after the Spartans were finished cutting down the nets, Izzo and his team went to their locker room to celebrate.

Watch as Izzo gets some dancing lessons following the big win.

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MSU students celebrate by burning things in East Lansing

Michigan State fans are among those who love to burn things after winning a big game and they proved that once again after the Spartans took down No. 1 Duke to advance to the Final Four.

Following the final buzzer, a plethora of Spartans fans took to the streets of East Lansing and had some fun while burning things and chanting “F*%k you Zion.”

Thanks to Claire Moore on Twitter, here is how it went down from her perspective.

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MUST SEE: ESPN’s Scott Van Pelt addresses drama between Tom Izzo and Aaron Henry

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Though the Michigan State Spartans are on their way to the Sweet 16 for the first time in four years, it wasn’t without some notable controversy. Head coach Tom Izzo had to be restrained on two separate occasions after voicing his frustrations with freshman player Aaron Henry during the Spartans’ opening round matchup again Bradley.

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ESPN’s Scott Van Pelt decided to take some time and offer his thoughts on the controversy – or unnecessary controversy.

Do you agree?

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Highlights from Michigan State’s victory over Minnesota

For the first time in four years, the Michigan State Spartans have advanced to the Sweet 16!

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Their 70-50 victory over the Minnesota Golden Gophers in Des Moines, Iowa sealed their trip to Washington D.C. for the Sweet 16/Elite 8 for a matchup against LSU on Friday, March 29. Tip-off time has yet to be scheduled.

The Spartans were led in scoring by Xavier Tillman with 14 points, while Cassius Winston added 13 points. Four players scored 9 apiece. Check out some of the top highlights from the win!

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Aaron Henry’s comments on being berated by Michigan State’s Tom Izzo are perfection

Michigan State basketball coach Tom Izzo was not happy on Thursday during his No. 2 Spartans 11 point win over No. 15 Bradley.

This was obvious by Izzo’s actions toward Aaron Henry. On two separate occasions, Izzo had to be held back by Spartans’ players as he tried to get in the face of Henry.

WATCH: Michigan State’s Tom Izzo explodes at Aaron Henry, needs to be restrained…TWICE!

Anyone who has followed Izzo knows this is nothing new and that he had been challenging his players like this for many years.

Following the game, Henry was asked about getting yelled at by Izzo and his answer was perfect.

Tom Izzo is a great coach who has always tried to get the most out of his players. Sometimes that means getting fired up and yelling at them.

Deal with it.

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