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Sunday, May 2, 2021

2021 NFL Draft: Michigan State without drafted for first time in 80 years

NFL Draft 2021: Michigan State football goes without drafted a single player For the first time in 80 years, stats.



Michigan State football’s most impressive streak is over.


It was a rough go year for Michigan State in the 2021 NFL Draft. For the first time in 80 years, the Spartans program failed to have a player drafted.....

The Michigan State football did not have a single player selected in the NFL draft, ending an 80-year run that was third-longest in college football history.


 Only Michigan and USC (83 years) had a longer streak, and both extended it during the three-day, seven-round draft. 


When was the Last time Michigan State goes with Drafted a Player.?


The last time Michigan State did not have at least one player selected in the NFL draft was 1940, and 1938 was the only other year since the draft began in 1936 that a Spartan was not selected.


 Michigan State also had been one of four schools that had at least one player selected since the NFL-AFL merger formed the common draft in 1967. 

Michigan, USC and Florida all extended their streaks.





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