Michigan State, near last in nation in turnover margin, focused on forcing more takeaways
Two plays later, Smith was running after a catch when Michigan State safety Tre Person forced a fumble, but the ball bounced out of bounds before being recovered. “Tips and overthrows – we’ve got to get those on defense,” first-year Michigan State coach Mel Tucker said on Tuesday. The Spartans generated zero turnovers in a win at Michigan and last week’s loss at Iowa. The Spartans rank 120th out of 123 teams in the nation in turnover margin at an average of minus-2.33 per game. They’re not just going to happen, you’re going to have to force them.”Related Michigan State football stories:Mel Tucker’s second look at Michigan State’s loss at Iowa wasn’t pretty3-star Florida CB Steffan Johnson commits to Michigan StateIndiana, ranked in top 10 for first time in 51 years, heads to Michigan State with ‘earmuffs and blinders’Why Oak Park 4-star DT Rayshaun Benny chose Michigan State over Michigan, othersMichigan State looks to respond to ‘pain and pressure’ after blowout loss at Iowamlive.com
How to complain less and feel better at work
"When you come into work with a negative attitude it is going to affect others around you," said Brandon Smith, a career coach who focuses on workplace dysfunction. "Once we get out of our comfort zone, the adrenaline shoots up and you don't have time to complain about work." Put positivity on your calendarWe too often focus on the bad things going on and overlook the positives. "This crowds out the negative and populates your brain with positive things, which leads to a more positive outlook." Find an outside passionThere will be days and even weeks when work is going to be bad, which is why you need a hobby or passion outside of work to balance it out.