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Draft Scout Max Bullough News
01/14/14 - Former Michigan State linebacker Max Bullough hasnít been heard from since he was suspended just before the Spartans left for California to play in the Rose Bowl last month. In the interim, Bullough did accept an invitation to play in the East-West Shrine Game, and he showed up for practice a bit above his playing weight. Bullough, whose listed weight is 245 pounds, weighed in at 265 pounds, according to Tampa Bay Times reporter Greg Auman. The game is Saturday in St. Petersburg, Fla. Bullough, a two-time captain for the Spartans who was named third-team All-America and first-team All-Big Ten, is projected as a mid-to late-round selection in this springís NFL draft. He declined interviews at practice, Auman tweeted. - Matt Charboneau, The Detroit News
01/08/14 - Michigan State linebacker Max Bullough has an opportunity to make a comeback. The East-West Shrine Game announced Wednesday that Bullough has accepted an offer to play in its event Jan. 18 in St. Petersburg, Fla. The senior was suspended on Dec. 26 for violating team rules and the details of what he did were not announced and have not been reported. The two-time captain, third-team All-America and All-Big Ten player did not play in the Rose Bowl, where the Spartans beat Stanford. Kyler Elsworth replaced Bullough and made the victory-sealing tackle on fourth-and-1 near midfield with 1:46 left against the Cardinal. Max Bullough's grandfather, father and two uncles played football at Michigan State. His younger brother, Riley, was a redshirt freshman on the team last season. - AP Sports
12/26/13 - Michigan State LB Bullough suspended for Rose Bowl...Senior captain Max Bullough, the team's leading tackler, was suspended by Michigan State head coach Mark Dantonio for the Rose Bowl. "Max Bullough has been suspended for the remainder of the season for a violation of team rules," coach Dantonio said in a statement issued after midnight Thursday upon landing in Los Angeles. No specifics were available on the cause of the suspension and Dantonio said "no further comment" would be made on the issue. Bullough, a two-time team captain, calls the defensive signals and has been dubbed the quarterback of the defense by coordinator Pat Narduzzi, who took it a step further. "He is a computer on the field," Narduzzi said earlier this month.
Narduzzi said there are days when Bullough will be the one correcting the coaches, not vice versa. An announcement on adjustments in the defense could come Thursday, when the Spartans are scheduled to have Dantonio and five players -- including Bullough -- available to media at DisneyLand. Bullough is unlikely to attend. Michigan State, the No. 1 defense in the nation, has 41 wins in Bullough's career. - The Sports Xchange
12/05/13 - 2013 ALL-BIG TEN FIRST TEAM (MEDIA): Max Bullough, Michigan State, Linebacker...The Traverse City, Mich., native has 296 career tackles in 52 games, including a team-high 39 consecutive starts. He ranks 11th in MSU history with 30 tackles for loss (100 yards) in his career, including 7.5 sacks (48 yards), and ranks 19th in the school record book in tackles (296). Bullough also has 11 passes defended (three interceptions, eight pass break-ups) and four forced fumbles. - Michigan State football
12/05/13 - 2013 ALL-BIG TEN FIRST TEAM (COACHES): Max Bullough, Michigan State, Linebacker...A three-year starter at middle linebacker, Bullough earned his second-straight All-Big Ten First Team nod from the coaches and also was named to the first team by the media. Bullough ranks among the team's leaders in tackles (third with 64), quarterback hurries (tied for second with 10), tackles for loss (third with 9) and production points (third with 211). He was named one of 20 quarterfinalists for the Lott IMPACT Trophy.
In his last appearance in Spartan Stadium, Bullough recorded nine tackles, including a 2-yard loss, as Michigan State completed its first-ever 8-0 Big Ten season with a 14-3 victory over Minnesota. Bullough also compiled nine tackles in the win at Nebraska on Nov. 16. - Michigan State football