Michigan State’s Secret Weapon: The Depth Chart

Posted by Taylor Rummel on August-30-2009 Add Comments

In the NBA, pivotal bench-players are referred to by the phrase, “Sixth-Man” of their respective team, exemplifying their integral part of the offense that just narrowly misses out on granting them a starter’s (top five) spot. In the collegiate ranks, the name “Super-Sub” captures the commendable efforts put forth by a non-starter.
But for the Michigan State men’s basketball team, a whole new phrase is required.
Alas, I’m no dubber of nicknames (and won’t become one in the duration of writing this article). So instead of making myself out as a fool to the masses, I’ll gladly let another conceive a witty-term to summarize the team’s stre...

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