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Brennan Sandford from MSU Hockey tells his story of always wanting to be a Spartan, MSU women’s basketball takes on the University of Maryland, Men’s Basketball battles Nebraska and Braden Burke discusses how video games fueled his competitive fire.

54 mins ago

Michigan State basketball’s transition game continues to produce at levels Tom Izzo called “lethal.” Yes, the Hall of Fame coach also admits his Spartans are beginning to feel the physical effects of pushing the ball at a breakneck pace. But when No. 6 MSU gets out and runs at its best, it can consistently punish an opponent. Like it did to No. 13 Maryland on Monday night.

Source: Detroit Free Press

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55 mins ago

#6 Michigan State’s 69-55 win over #13 Maryland was yet another example of the Spartans’ depth, versatility, and long term potential.  And it’s about time to start recognizing the job being done by the head coach.

Source: Spartans Wire

56 mins ago

For the first time in at least a couple of weeks, the injury news around Michigan State is starting to become less grim. The sixth-ranked Spartans knocked off No. 13 Maryland, 69-55, on Monday night at the Breslin Center, and they had the benefit of doing so with junior guard Kyle Ahrens back in the lineup. It was his first game back after missing the previous two games with a back injury.

Source: Detroit News

11 hours ago

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2. In Big Ten play, you can take MSU to the bank
3. Freshman thoughts – the Maryland edition

Defense steals show in blowout of Maryland Spartan Avenue
Without Josh Langford and Nick Ward in foul trouble for essentially the entire game, Michigan State had no problem dismantling a tough Maryland team in East Lansing, 69-55.

No. 6 Michigan State stays perfect in Big Ten, defeats No. 13 Maryland Detroit Free Press
It was an off night for Cassius Winston and Nick Ward. Kenny Goins and the rest of their teammates came to their rescue. The fifth-year senior led a balanced effort with 14 points and 12 rebounds to help No. 6 Michigan State continue its hold on first-place in the Big Ten with a 69-55 victory over No. 13 Maryland on Monday night.

No. 6 Michigan State throttles No. 13 Maryland, wins 12th straight Detroit News
Michigan State was happy to be at home on Monday night. Playing at the Breslin Center for just the second time in five games, No. 6 Michigan State welcomed No. 13 Maryland to town for a top-15 matchup that also served as a battle for first place in the Big Ten.

Goins, Winston lead the way in No. 6 MSU’s win over No. 19 Maryland State News
The sixth-ranked Spartans defeated No. 19 Maryland 69-55 at the Breslin Center on Monday, extending Michigan State’s win streak to a season-high 12 games. Kenny Goins and Cassius Winston led all the Spartans (17-2 overall, 8-0 Big Ten) with 14 points each. Goins also added a team-high 12 rebounds for the senior’s third double-double of the season, while Winston finished with a game-high seven assists.

Michigan State cruises past Maryland to run win streak to 12 MLive
Michigan State jumped out to a perfect Big Ten start through seven games largely on the backs of its two stars, Cassius Winston and Nick Ward. Its secondary players, meanwhile, have always said that they’re ready when needed. And on Monday, they were needed and came through, in a big way.

Five in Double Figures Guides No. 6 Spartans Past No. 13 Maryland MSU Official
Cassius Winston scored 14 points and handed out seven assists, leading five players in double figures as No. 6 Michigan State pulled away for a 69-55 win over No. 13 Maryland on Monday night at the Breslin Center.

Michigan State topples Maryland despite stars struggling. Why it matters Detroit Free Press
Sooner or later it was going to happen. Cassius Winston would miss shots and Nick Ward would get in foul trouble and Michigan State’s basketball team would have to figure out how to win despite off scoring nights from its best two players. Well, Ward didn’t score a single point. Winston managed 14, but went 1-for-5 from deep, and No. 6 MSU still ran No. 13 Maryland off the court, 69-55, Monday night at the Breslin Center.

MSU beats Maryland to remain atop Big Ten standings Spartan Tailgate
With first place in the Big Ten on the line in a game billed as a battle between two of the best post players in the conference, an unlikely source came to Michigan State’s rescue. Senior forward Kenny Goins scored 14 points and grabbed 12 twelve rebounds to lead the sixth-ranked Spartans over No. 13 Maryland 69-55 Monday night in East Lansing.

 

 

15 hours ago

In between prepping for the Warhawks in Michigan State’s first home game of a holiday tournament, Izzo was working back channels, calling Steve Kerr and some of Green’s closest confidants to glean if one of his all-time favorite former players had made a mistake, lost his cool and possibly crossed the line. More than anything, Izzo wanted to make sure that Green was mentally and spiritually intact.

Source: ESPN

17 hours ago

This Michigan State team is young and hungry under second-year coach Danton Cole. The Spartans entered the season with a roster filled with 15 underclassmen and only three seniors.

Source: Spartan Avenue

17 hours ago

Another week, another Big Ten honor for Cassius Winston. The Michigan State basketball junior earned his third Big Ten player of the week award on Monday, after a week in which the Detroit native helped the sixth-ranked Spartans to a road win at Nebraska with a pair of career marks.

Source: Detroit Free Press

17 hours ago

As quickly as Michigan State climbed in the Associated Press women’s basketball rankings, the Spartans’ tumble was just as rapid. Michigan State (13-5) dropped six spots in the new AP Top 25, released Monday, checking in at 23. That’s one week after the Spartans jumped six spots to No. 17. The week included losses to Ohio State and then-No. 20 Rutgers sandwiched around a victory at home against then-No. 9 Maryland.

Source: Detroit News

18 hours ago

Michigan State celebrated its 2018 season on Sunday, January 20 at the annual team banquet and awards ceremony.  The Spartans handed out team awards and heard from the program’s lone senior, Maddie Haggerty, as she reflected upon her Spartan career.

Source: Michigan State University Athletics

19 hours ago

It had been 43 years since Michigan State last sweep Minnesota in a two-game series. Finally, the Spartans’ drought is over. And here’s a shorter drought that has come to an end: MSU’s last Big Ten series sweep was in 2016, but that is also history. The Spartans on Sunday celebrated their best weekend of the season with its second-straight 5-3 victory over the Gophers and first conference sweep of 2018-19 and extended their winning streak to three games.

Source: Michigan State University Athletics

1 day ago

The 19th-ranked Terrapins have really found a groove since their last loss to Seton Hall nearly a month ago. Maryland enters Monday’s contest having won its last seven ballgames, including two ranked wins against Nebraska and Indiana and a resounding road win against Ohio State.

Source: The Only Colors

1 day ago

The Michigan State hockey team completed a weekend sweep of Minnesota with a 5-3 victory over the Golden Gophers on Sunday evening at Munn Ice Arena. Zach Osburn had three assists, while Mitchell Lewandowski had his second straight two-goal game to give the Spartans their third consecutive victory.

Source: Michigan State University Athletics

2 days ago

It’s more than stats. It’s how that player affects his teammates, and there’s little doubt Michigan State is better because of how Winston is playing.

Source: Detroit News

2 days ago

Michigan State’s men’s basketball team returns back to the Breslin Center for just its third home game of the month, hosting No. 19 Maryland on Monday Jan. 21 at 6:30 p.m. The game will air live on FS1, with Joe Davis calling the play-by-play and Steve Lavin serving as the color analyst.

Source: Michigan State University Athletics

2 days ago

The Terrapins are 7-1 in conference play and are coming off wins over Wisconsin and Ohio State, further proving themselves as contenders.

Source: Spartan Avenue

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2 days ago

In a battle of ranked teams, the No. 17 Michigan State women’s basketball team was stopped on the road by first-place and No. 20 Rutgers 76-62 at the RAC Sunday afternoon.

Source: Michigan State University Athletics

2 days ago

The Spartans (16-2, 7-0) are in first place, with the Terrapins (16-3, 7-1) a half-game behind MSU and a half-game ahead of No. 2 Michigan after the Wolverines’ first loss of the season Saturday at Wisconsin. Here are three things to watch between MSU and Maryland, which tips off at 6:30 p.m. at Breslin Center (FS1).

Source: Detroit Free Press

2 days ago

One of the reasons for Michigan State’s highly entertaining 5-3 victory over Minnesota on Saturday night at Munn Arena was its effective power play. The Spartans clicked for three goals with a manpower advantage in four opportunities. Another key factor in MSU’s second straight Big Ten win was its outstanding penalty killing. The Spartans skated off five of six Gophers power plays and didn’t give up a goal until the last one, late in the third period.

Source: Michigan State University Athletics

2 days ago

With the help of three power-play goals, the Michigan State hockey team defeated Minnesota 5-3 on Saturday night at Munn Ice Arena in the first of a two-game series with the Golden Gophers. Taro Hirose upped his NCAA-leading assist total to 27 with helpers on each of the Spartans’ first three goals, while Mitchell Lewandowski scored twice and defenseman Dennis Cesana also had three assists.

Source: Michigan State University Athletics

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