Spartans offer 2025 3 star RB Colorado commit Jamarice Wilder. Michigan State football is coming across to flip a Colorado commit in the 2025 class.

Three- star running back Jamaris Wilder of Venice,Fla. blazoned Monday that he has entered a education offer from the Spartans. Wilder has been committed to Colorado since early August, and Michigan State is the first program to commit to the Buff since extending him an offer.

Wilder is theNo. 46 running back andNo. 529 overall prospect in 247Sports' compound rankings for the 2025 class. He's listed as the No 73 player in the state of Florida.

According to 247Sports, Michigan State is one of about 10 seminaries to extend an offer to Wilder. Other notable programs to offer Wilder include Colorado, UCF, West Virginia, Central Michigan, USF and FIU.

Colorado collapsed in the alternate half in an questionable 46- 43 2OT loss against Stanford An unthinkable alternate- half collapse against Stanford on Friday night could have dissolved Colorado's chances in a coliseum game.

The Cardinal crushed a 29- 0 halftime deficiency to stun Colorado 46- 43 in double overtime. Wide receiver Elic Iomanor was impregnable after halftime and transferred the game into a alternate overtime with a surprising catch on Colorado star Travis Hunter.

Colorado QB Shedeur Sanders threw an ill- advised interception on third- down on the suckers' possession in the alternate overtime as Stanford was suitable to win the game on Joshua Carty's 31- yard field thing.

The overtime TD catch was Iomanor's third of the game. He finished with 13 catches for a academy- record 294 yards as Colorado could do nothing to decelerate him down.

Ayomanor scored Stanford's alternate TD of the game on a 97- yard catch- and- run in the third quarter.

He scored a 60- yard TD on the following possession, and Stanford QB Ashton Daniels soon began seeming his way on nearly every pass play.