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Source: The Final Four Is Not On The Schedule

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Here’s a look at five things to watch when No. 9 Michigan State hosts Indiana on Friday

Source: Detroit Free Press

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Cassius Winston can tell you exactly what he was thinking as he walked off the court Saturday after Michigan State’s loss to Michigan. “That I let my team down,” MSU’s sophomore point guard said. “I believe I lost that game for us. And that’s a lot to have on my heart.”

Source: Lansing State Journal

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Tom Izzo says Michigan State’s fast-break offense is “who we are.” Yet the ninth-ranked Spartans have struggled to push the pace during Big Ten play this season. And it has been because of what is going wrong at both ends of the court.

Source: Detroit Free Press

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According to the MSU fan base, the sky is falling around the Breslin Center. Ryan Cole and Davey Segal break down just what has gone wrong in the last two weeks for Spartan basketball, compounded by a home loss to Michigan. They look at the positives and negatives–but mostly negatives–from the rivalry defeat before moving on to Indiana and Illinois.

Source: Impact Sports

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If Michigan State’s 2019 in-state recruiting class were complete right now, it still would be one to marvel. And we stand more than a year away from National Signing Day for that group. Four 2019 recruits from Michigan among the 33 ranked in the 247Sports composite have committed to a school. Three have chosen Michigan State. All three — 4-star Belleville (Mich.) cornerback Julian Barnett, 4-star Oak Park (Mich.) quarterback Dwan Mathis and 4-star Walled Lake (Mich.) Western tackle Spencer Brown — rank among the top 10.

Source: Land of 10

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Michigan State’s men’s basketball team plays the final game of a three-game home stand on Friday, Jan. 18, hosting Indiana at the Breslin Center. Tipoff is slated for 7 p.m.

Source: Michigan State Official Athletic Site

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Allen (6-foot-2, 302 pounds) was named second-team All-Big Ten three straight seasons and ESPN draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr. believes Allen can be a late-round pick. “With Brian Allen, just a hard-working overachiever type, my ninth-highest rated center,” Kiper said Thursday. “Probably puts him in the late-round category, a late-rounder (or) priority free agent for Brian Allen.

Source: Detroit News

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It’s time for Michigan State to pick up the pace.For a team that’s used to getting out and running, the Spartans’ fast break has been stuck in the mud the last few games. Not surprisingly, that has resulted in a three-game stretch that included two double-digit losses as No. 9 Michigan State sits two games out of first place in the Big Ten.

Source: Detroit News

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Michigan State Track & Field travels to Ann Arbor, Michigan, again this weekend to compete in the Simmons-Harvey Quad on Saturday at the U-M Indoor Track. Michigan will host the first-ever scored competition at the U-M Indoor Track Building between Michigan State, Ohio State and Arkansas. Field events will begin at 11 a.m. and running events commence at 11:30 a.m.

Source: Michigan State Official Athletic Site

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This is the second week in a weekly series during which The State News asks MSU ice hockey players several questions. This week’s player is freshman forward David Keefer. The Brighton native currently has five points this season, with four of them being assists and the other being a goal.

Source: The State News

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Two former Michigan State Spartans – Patriots quarterback Brian Hoyer and Vikings cornerback Trae Waynes – are preparing for NFL Conference Championships on Sunday, Jan. 21. Hoyer, a back-up quarterback for New England, will be looking to go to the Super Bowl for the second time with the Patriots. He also was a back-up quarterback on the Super Bowl XLVI team. New England hosts Jacksonville at 3:05 p.m. on CBS in the AFC Championship Game.

Source: Michigan State Official Athletic Site

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Freshman forward Sidney Cooks has quickly emerged as one of MSU’s go-to players this season, despite being so young, with little experience and part of a team loaded with upperclassmen.

Source: The State News

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While Trae Young and Luka Doncic set records and Deandre Ayton and Marvin Bagley III average 20-point double-doubles, Michigan State’s Jaren Jackson Jr. is quietly working NBA scouts behind the curtain, winning them over by checking a unique, valued mix of boxes.

Source: Bleacher Report

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After three days of practices for the annual East-West Shrine Game, Michigan State C Brian Allen and Northern Iowa WR Daurice Fountain, both on the East squad, have left two of the strongest impressions on NFL scouts among more than 100 prospects for the 2018 draft gathered here at the all-star game.

Source: NFL.com

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Jordan Poole cupped his hands behind his ears, maybe trying to hear the Michigan fans in the nosebleeds of the Breslin Center but most likely taunting the silent Michigan State fans sitting in disappointment. His teammate, Moe Wagner, put his thumbs inside the arm holes of his jersey and thrust out the “Michigan” on the front, à la Dee Brown of Illinois. As if Spartans fans didn’t know the team he played for after he scored 27 points to lead the Wolverines to an 82-72 road victory with 27 points on Saturda

Source: Land of 10

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After slipping to the second round of the 2016 NBA Draft and playing in only 36 games as a rookie, it was clear former Michigan State big man Deyonta Davis’ pro basketball career wasn’t going as planned. However, things are starting to look up for the 6-foot-11 Davis, who left MSU after just one season with the expectation that he was going to be a lottery pick.

Source: Spartan Tailgate

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After dropping two of their last three games, Michigan State, who enters the week No. 9 in the newest AP Poll rankings, looks to get back on the rails when they host Indiana Friday night.

Source: isportsweb

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This week on Behind the Mask, Jason hosts solo as a flu bug strikes Michigan State University. Meanwhile, the Spartans return after a split against the 18th ranked Wisconsin Badgers.

Source: Impact Sports

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