December 1st, 2017

The Breslin Center crowd chanted a vulgar eight-letter word Thursday night. Called for his fourth foul, Jaren Jackson Jr. put his hands over his mouth, maybe to prevent himself from doing the same. No. 3 Michigan State’s star freshman forward had only been in the game for 1:02 in the second half against Notre Dame. He hit a 3-pointer on one end of the floor, then got called for a slight tap to the wrist of Irish forward Bonzie Colson. At the start the of the second period, Jackson had played only 30 second

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