Michigan State's Mumphery Records Two Rushing Attempts
News:Keith Mumphery caught six passes for 79 yards against Northwestern on Saturday.
Analysis:Keith Mumphery tied his season high in receptions, but he hasn't gotten involved enough to have much value outside deep leagues this season. Still, the sophomore showed promise for next year after leading the Spartans in receiving through their first 11 games.
News:Keith Mumphery caught five passes for 63 yards against Wisconsin on Saturday.
Analysis:Keith Mumphery leads the Spartans in receiving yards this season, but he isn't a very strong option given the Spartan's run-oriented offense.
Michigan State's Mumphery With Two Rushing Attempts
News:Keith Mumphery caught four passes for 71 yards against Iowa on Saturday. He also carried the ball two times for 15 yards.
Analysis:Keith Mumphery had one of his better games of the season, but the passing game continues to be the weaker aspect of the Spartans' offense. He has another tough matchup against Michigan next week.
News:Keith Mumphery caught five passes for 79 yards and a touchdown against Ohio State on Saturday.
Analysis:Keith Mumphery had his best game of the season against a tough Ohio State team. He should find more holes when the Spartans play Indiana next week.
News:Keith Mumphery caught three passes for 21 yards in the Spartans' win against Eastern Michigan.
Analysis:Keith Mumphery and the rest of the Spartan passing game struggled against Eastern Michigan. The Spartans' offense will continue to be run first, but the passing game will be counted on to improve when they begin Big Ten play against Ohio State next week.
News:Keith Mumphery caught six passes for 71 yards in the Spartans' loss to Notre Dame on Saturday.
Analysis:Keith Mumphery caught six of the seven passes sent his way during the game, but couldn't find the end zone. Scoring should be easier for the Spartans next week when they take on Eastern Michigan.
Michigan State's Mumphery Sets Career-High in Receiving
News:Keith Mumphery caught four passes for 52 yards in the Spartans' win against Central Michigan on Saturday.
Analysis:Keith Mumphery had a career game for himself, but he'll need to prove he can be more productive and find the end zone against tougher opponents.
News: Michigan State will lose plenty of receptions and touchdowns when B.J. Cunningham and Keshawn Martin move on, however names to watch for 2012 appear to be redshirt freshman Keith Mumphery and true freshie Andre Sims.
Analysis: In addition to Joe Rexrode at the Lansing State Journal, there have been rumblings out of practice that Mumphery is ready to make a move next year. And Sims, a burner out of Georgia, may possess the ability as a "playmaker" in the Martin mold.