Men's Tennis onlyfans.cstv.com —  The Michigan State men's tennis team fell to No. 11 Ohio State, 7-0, but defeated the University of Detroit Mercy, 4-0, on Sunday. MSU moves to 10-9, while OSU and Detroit move to 14-6 and 4-9, respectively.
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Misc. spartansportsnetwork.com —  Guests include Deputy AD Greg Ianni, Co-Defensive Coordinator Harlon Barnett and University of Oklahoma AD Joe Castiglione.
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Men's Basketball freep.com —  On the website's projected bracket — which is updated after every game — the Spartans have a 54% chance of beating Oklahoma. Then, if you follow their path, they have a 33% chance of making the Final Four, a 15% chance of winning their semifinal and a 3.9% chance of winning the national title. Before the tournament started, the Spartans' chance at winning it all was just 0.6%.
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Men's Basketball freep.com —  With victories over Georgia and — again — Virginia in the first weekend of the NCAA tournament, Tom Izzo has Michigan State back in the Sweet 16 with a fairly clear path to the Final Four ahead.
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Football freep.com —  Michigan State starts spring football practice Tuesday and ends it with the April 25 spring game at Spartan Stadium. Joe Rexrode looks at five story lines for the Spartans this spring.
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  "We're not as good individually, but we're better as a team," Spartans coach Tom Izzo said Monday on SiriusXM. "We cheat and help and that's the bond that they have."
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Men's Basketball freep.com —  Only three finalists were on the ballot, and Davis, who has signed with Michigan State, was the runaway winner, accumulating 5,223 points. Arthur Hill's Davis was second (3,757 points), and Lansing Everett's Trevor Manuel was third (2,837 points).
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Men's Basketball freep.com —  Izzo's Spartans are in the Big Dance for the 18th consecutive season, the third-longest active streak behind only Kansas (26) and Duke (20). What's more impressive is that his teams don't just make the tournament, but usually make a relatively deep run. During MSU's 18-year streak, the Spartans have made it to the Sweet 16 or further 13 times, and Izzo is the one constant.
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Men's Basketball theonlycolors.com —  Here's the updated Log5 chart based on KenPom Ratings.
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Men's Basketball detroitnews.com —  Michigan State isn't the highest-seeded team remaining in the East Region, but it owns the best odds of reaching the Final Four. Sportsbook Bovada has the seventh-seeded Spartans as the 7/4 favorites to win their region in Syracuse, N.Y., and advance to the Final Four in Indianapolis. Michigan State (25-11) takes on No. 3 seed Oklahoma (24-10) at 10:07 p.m. Friday in one regional semifinal, following the first regional semifinal between No. 4 seed Louisville (26-8) and No. 8 seed North Carolina State (22-13).
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  Johnson spent the weekend in Charlotte and addressed the team multiple times, but his postgame Sunday speech was captured on camera via an embedded CBS camera crew.
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  "We learned from the Wisconsin game, I think that was the battle cries in some of the huddles," Michigan State coach Tom Izzo said.
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Men's Basketball theonlycolors.com —  MSU... took care of the ball and got out-rebounded. In both games. I'm confused about this strange new world we live in. How is this even possible? Anyways, the defense was terrific in both games, holding Georgia to an eFG% of 36.8 and Virginia to an eFG% of 31.6. On the Virginia post-game show, Jeremy mentioned that he thought the scrambling MSU defense was partly to blame for the rebounding issues. If that's a true trade-off, then you take it.
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  Michigan State won for only the second time as an underdog on Sunday, beating 5-point favorite Virginia by a 60-54 count in the Round of 32 in Charlotte, North Carolina. The No. 7 seed Spartans (25-11) are a favorite, however, over No. 3 seed Oklahoma (24-10) in Friday night's Sweet 16 game at 10:07 p.m. game at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse, New York.
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  This 2015 NCAA tournament East regional is already historic, in a way that's good for Michigan State's chances of winning it. When the No. 7 seed Spartans topped Virginia on Sunday to reach the Sweet 16, both of the region's top two seeds were eliminated. Villanova fell the night before, a victim of No. 8 seed North Carolina State.
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Men's Basketball spreaker.com —  Michigan State head coach, Tom Izzo, joined Press Pass All-Stars on Sunday evening to talk about his team's victory over Virginia. With the win, the Spartans advanced to their 13th Sweet 16 in eighteen seasons.


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Men's Basketball freep.com —  Preparing on a short turnaround has been a hallmark of Tom Izzo's NCAA tournament success. But even he had to applaud Michigan State's coaching staff's ability to alter its defensive concepts and his players' ability to execute them Sunday against Virginia. "They literally taught us a totally different game plan from some of the things we've been taught for four years, honestly," senior Travis Trice said of Izzo and his assistants. "And for them to be able to display that to us and for us to pick it up, I just think it shows how great of coaches they are."
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Men's Basketball detroitnews.com —  They found their way back, as they often do. Actually, the Spartans pounded their way back, from the brink and the bubble, all the way back to a place they know well. This Michigan State team went from unfamiliar to so familiar in a stunning flash. Its bludgeoning defense is back, along with its confidence. Make no mistake, all its goals are back in reach, including the Final Four.
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Men's Basketball freep.com —  During the celebration on the court, Branden Dawson and Travis Trice came together in a hug, smiling and laughing and screaming, pressing their heads together, two senior roommates from Michigan State who are heading back to the Sweet 16. "We told each other that we love each other, man," Trice said after Michigan State's 60-54 upset Sunday afternoon over Virginia in the third round of the NCAA tournament. "Blood couldn't make us any closer."
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Men's Basketball atlanta.cbslocal.com —  Tom Izzo is the best coach in college basketball. Period. End of story. End of discussion. Izzo’s mastery of his craft was as evident as ever Sunday afternoon as his seventh-seeded Michigan State team knocked off the second seed – and Atlantic Coast Conference regular season champion – Virginia, 60-54. Cavaliers coach Tony Bennett had seen his squad outwork, outthink and outhustle teams all year long to the tune of a 30-4 record in the ultra-competitive ACC. In their NCAA matchup Sunday, Bennett watched as it was his team getting outworked, outthought, outhustled and outcoached by Izzo and the Spartans.
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