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David Beedle
David  Beedle


Clarkston, Mich.

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6-5 / 333




Preseason Honors Keep Rolling In for Spartans

David Beedle (Outland Trophy), David Dowell (Jim Thorpe Award), Jake Hartbarger (Ray Guy Award) and Khari Willis (Wuerffel Trophy) named to preseason watch lists.


2017 Spartan Football Awards Banquet Recap

Sophomore linebacker Joe Bachie wins Governor's Award for most valuable player.


Seven Spartans Earn All-Big Ten Honors on Offense

Senior center Brian Allen named second-team All-Big Ten by the coaches and media.


Post-Game Quotes: Iowa

Michigan State head coach Mark Dantonio and Iowa head coach Kirk Ferentz and players discuss MSU-Iowa game.


2016 Season Outlook

Position-by-position breakdown of the Spartans entering preseason camp.


Michigan State 56- Indiana 17


Michigan State 45 - Purdue 31

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) - Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio likes his team's resilience. Now it's time to develop a knockout punch. Connor Cook threw three touchdown passes and Nick Hill ran for two scores Saturday, but No. 8 Michigan State still needed a late interception return for a touchdown to hold on 45-31 at Purdue


Michigan State 56 - Wyoming 14

CAREER NOTES: Fifth-year senior and three-year letterwinner has played in 30 career games, including 14 starts . . . made five starts at left tackle in 2016, while making six at left guard and three at right guard in 2017.

2017 SEASON (JUNIOR): Earned third-team All-Big Ten by both the coaches and the media . . . named second-team All-Big Ten by Pro Football Focus . . . named recipient of the MSU Danziger Award (Outstanding Detroit-Area Player) . . . played in 11 games, including eight starts (Bowling Green, Western Michigan, Notre Dame, Northwestern, Penn State, Ohio State, Maryland, Rutgers) . . . led unit with 0 sacks allowed . . . ranked fifth on the offensive line with 36.5 knockdowns and second on the unit with 13 dominators . . . played in 550 snaps during the season . . . started the last six games at left guard . . . was named to the Pro Football Focus Big Ten Team of the Week twice (vs. Western Michigan and Northwestern) . . . started at left guard vs. Washington State in the Holiday Bowl and logged one knockdown . . . led the offensive line by posting seven knockdowns, including three dominators, against Maryland in playing 60 snaps . . . was starting left guard against No. 7 Penn State, leading offensive line in top grade, while playing 48 snaps and logging three knockdowns, including one dominator . . . started at left guard at Northwestern, playing in 79 snaps and logging 4.5 knockdowns, including 1.5 dominators; named to PFF Big Ten Team of the Week . . . returned to action in Indiana game, playing in 37 snaps and registering one dominator, after missing previous three games . . . did not dress against Iowa, Michigan or Minnesota due to an injury . . . had six knockdowns vs. Notre Dame . . . posted nine knockdowns against WMU, logging 4.5 dominators, to earn Spartan Offensive Lineman of the Week honors; named to PFF Big Ten Team of the Week.

2016 SEASON (SOPHOMORE): Played in 11 games, including five starts at left tackle . . . started the first four games at left tackle but moved inside to guard in Game 5 vs. BYU and Game 6 vs. Northwestern . . . suffered an injury vs. Northwestern and missed the Maryland game, but returned to action against Michigan in a back-up role . . . saw action against Penn State, Ohio State and Rutgers . . . returned to starting lineup at Illinois at left tackle, posting four knockdowns, including one dominator . . . recorded three knockdowns vs. BYU, including one dominator . . . posted three knockdowns, including one dominator in the Wisconsin game . . . tallied three dominators at Notre Dame to share the offensive line lead, as part of 7.5 knockdowns . . . started his first career game at left tackle vs. Furman and graded out at a winning level, logging 11.5 knockdowns including two dominators . . . primarily played guard in 2015 and made the transition to tackle in spring practice.

2015 SEASON (REDSHIRT FRESHMAN): Played in 10 games to earn his first letter . . . primarily saw action on special teams, but saw extensive time at left guard midway through the season due to injuries on the offensive line . . . played 115 snaps on offense during the regular season . . . had five knockdowns during the regular season . . . had two knockdowns in just seven snaps vs. Penn State . . . saw action for a season-high 41 snaps vs. Indiana . . . played seven snaps at Michigan . . . played 25 snaps at Rutgers and had one dominator . . . was pressed into duty at left guard in Week 5 vs. Purdue, seeing significant time in the second half due to injuries along the offensive line; played 33 snaps against the Boilermakers and had two knockdowns . . . made his collegiate debut in Week 4 vs. Central Michigan . . . made the transition from the defensive line to the offensive line during spring practice.

2014 SEASON: Redshirted . . . named Scout Team Special Teams Player of the Week vs. Jacksonville State.

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Ranked among the nation's top defensive tackles by (No. 29) and (No. 38) . . . named to PrepStar's All-Midwest Team . . . rated among the state's top seniors by the Lansing State Journal (No. 8), (No. 10), National Underclassmen (No. 13), (No. 20), The Detroit News (No. 27) and Detroit Free Press (No. 31) . . . All-Oakland Activities Association Red selection anchored a defensive unit that allowed just 14.7 points per game in 2013 . . . recorded 30 tackles (10 solos, 20 assists) as a senior, with six resulting in losses including a sack . . . posted three tackles, with two for losses including a 6-yard sack, in Clarkston's 32-14 win over Detroit Catholic Central in the 2013 Division 1 state championship game . . . made three stops, including two for losses, vs. Rochester as a senior . . . son of Fred and Diane Beedle . . . born Aug. 20, 1996 . . . economics major.


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