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Michigan State Beats Wisconsin, 67-55, Advances to B1G Title Game MSU Official
Cassius Winston (Detroit, Mich./University of Detroit Jesuit) scored 21 points and had six assists and redshirt senior Kenny Goins (Troy, Mich./Warren Mott) had a double-double with 13 points and 12 rebounds as top-seeded Michigan State beat fourth-seeded Wisconsin, 67-55, in the Big Ten Tournament Semifinals at the United Center Saturday afternoon.

MSU marches into Big Ten Tournament final Spartan Tailgate
For as well as Michigan State played in stretches of Saturday’s Big Ten Tournament semifinal, it constantly felt like the Spartans hadn’t distanced themselves enough from No. 4 seed Wisconsin. After a four-minute scoring drought, MSU finally gave itself some room to breathe right at the end. The top-seeded Spartans extended their lead to 15 with 47 seconds to play and exhaled, with a 67-55 win wrapped up shortly after.

Despite the Injuries, MSU Grinds on to the Conference Final The Only Colors
In what came as a complete shock to no one, the Big Ten Tournament semi-final between Michigan State and Wisconsin was a grind it out battle from start to finish. Michigan State pulled out the win 67-55, but never really seemed to pull away until the last few minutes.

Michigan State moves past Wisconsin, advances to Big Ten Tournament final The Only Colors
Coming off a sound win over Ohio State, No. 6 Michigan State followed it up again on Saturday in a wire-to-wire 67-55 win against Wisconsin. Cassius Winston led the team in scoring for the 20th time in 32 games this year, pouring in a game-high 21 points, as the Big Ten Player of the Year pushed his team to their first conference tournament title game since 2016.

Couch: 3 quick takes on Michigan State’s Big Ten Tournament win – and the showdown ahead Lansing State Journal
1. MSU couldn’t help itself – so another emotional showdown with U-M looms
2. Freshman thoughts – the Wisconsin edition, Part II
3. This is going to be a test for Nick Ward

Michigan State batters Wisconsin, 67-55, to reach Big Ten tournament final Detroit Free Press
Forget rest, Michigan State basketball has another championship to play for. Cassius Winston and the sixth-ranked Spartans blitzed No. 19 Wisconsin early and never trailed en route to a 67-55 victory in Saturday’s Big Ten tournament semifinal matinee at United Center.

Michigan State tops Wisconsin to move on to Big Ten title game mlive.com
Michigan State is back to the Big Ten tournament title game and will have a chance to win two 2019 titles — potentially both against its biggest rival. No. 6 Michigan State topped No. 19 Wisconsin, 67-66, on Saturday afternoon at the United Center in a Big Ten tournament semifinal.

See ya Sunday! Cassius Winston leads Spartans into Big Ten final Detroit News
Michigan State has the Big Ten regular-season championship in hand. The Spartans will now get a shot at adding the conference tournament title after knocking off Wisconsin, 67-55, in the semifinals Saturday at United Center. Top-seeded Michigan State will play in the championship game on Sunday for the seventh time and look to add to its five tournament titles, the most of any conference team. The Spartans will face the winner the Michigan-Minnesota game, played later on Saturday.

Michigan State dominates Wisconsin from start to finish Spartan Avenue
How could anyone be disappointed in this team? Michigan State basketball lost Josh Langford for the season and Nick Ward for a stretch and it hasn’t skipped a beat, taking down Wisconsin for yet another Quadrant 1 win on Saturday, 67-55.