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Terry Love
Terry Love

Hometown:
Bellwood, Ill.

High School:
Proviso East

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 174

Position:
WR

Birthdate:
09/02/1985

Experience:
3L


10/14/2006

Michigan State vs. Ohio State

Michigan State vs. Ohio State

09/02/2006

Michigan State vs. Idaho - September 2, 2006

Michigan State vs. Idaho - September 2, 2006 (photos by John Gwillim)

Punt returner also saw time as a wide receiver . . . appeared in 45 career games, including 11 starting assignments . . . had 76 career receptions for 1,006 yards (13.2 avg.) and four TDs . . . AS A SENIOR: Caught nine passes in 2007 for 84 yards (9.3 avg.) . . . AS A JUNIOR: Appeared in all 12 games in 2006, including two starts (vs. Illinois and Northwestern) . . . finished fifth on the team in receptions with 18 for 234 yards (13.0 avg.) . . . caught at least one pass in nine games . . . 12 of his 18 catches came during a three-game midseason stretch . . . had four receptions each vs. Michigan (season-high 57 yards), Ohio State (44) and Northwestern (47) . . . his 39-yard grab from Drew Stanton set up a fourth-quarter touchdown at Michigan . . . returned 18 punts for 88 yards (4.9 avg.) . . . AS A SOPHOMORE: Saw action in all 11 games in 2005, including six starting assignments (vs. Hawaii, Michigan, Ohio State, Northwestern, Indiana and Purdue) . . . ranked fifth on the team in receptions with a career best 28 for 430 yards (15.4) and three touchdowns . . . caught at least one pass in each of the first 10 games . . . had three catches for 28 yards vs. Minnesota, including a 4-yard TD grab from Drew Stanton in the fourth quarter . . . scored on a 39-yard strike from Stanton in the fourth quarter vs. Indiana . . . caught three passes each vs. Northwestern (53 yards) and Notre Dame (69 yards) . . . his 45-yard reception late in the second quarter against the Irish set up Stanton's 3-yard TD run as the Spartans built a 24-17 halftime lead . . . had four receptions each vs. Michigan (36 yards) and Hawaii (64 yards) . . . hooked up with Stanton for a 20-yard scoring play in the first quarter against the Warriors . . . recorded his second career 100-yard receiving game vs. Kent State, with four catches for 100 yards . . . returned 10 punts for 87 yards (8.7 avg.) . . . had a career-long 49-yard punt return vs. Purdue . . . AS A FRESHMAN: Played in 10 games in 2004, including three starting assignments (vs. Illinois, Minnesota and Penn State) . . . finished sixth on the team in receptions with 21 for 258 yards (12.3 avg.) . . . caught at least one pass in seven games . . . his 44-yard reception from Drew Stanton in the second quarter vs. Hawaii set up MSU's third touchdown . . . scored his first collegiate TD on a 56-yard bomb from Stanton in the fourth quarter vs. Minnesota . . . set career highs for receptions (9) and receiving yards (103) vs. Iowa . . . 2003 SEASON: Redshirted . . . HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Rated a Super Prospect by CollegeSports.com's Bill Hodge . . . ranked among the nation's top wide receivers by Rivals.com (No. 32) . . . listed among the Midwest's top seniors by SuperPrep (No. 40) and Rivals.com (No. 54) . . . . named to Tom Lemming's and PrepStar's All-Midwest Teams . . . rated among the top 10 prospects in Illinois by Rivals.com (No. 9) . . . earned all-state and all-area honors as a senior . . . two-year starter for Coach Bo Flowers at Proviso East High School in Maywood, Ill. . . . rewrote the Proviso East record book, setting every single-season and career receiving mark . . . had career-best 41 receptions for 941 yards (23.0 avg.) and 10 touchdowns in 2002 . . . caught 36 passes for a school-record 1,275 yards (35.4 avg.) and 11 TDs as a junior . . . accounted for 1,737 all-purpose yards in 2001 . . . had 77 career catches for 2,216 yards and 21 TDs . . . produced 3,953 career all-purpose yards . . . had six career interceptions . . . also participated in baseball, basketball and track . . . led the baseball team with 22 stolen bases in 31 games as a junior . . . attended the same high school that produced former Spartan basketball standout and NBA first-round draft pick Shannon Brown (Cleveland Cavaliers) . . . son of Terry Sr. and Deborah Love . . . born Sept. 2, 1985 . . . majoring in sociology.

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