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Aaron Henry’s 27 points help Michigan State top Nebraska, end losing streak MLive.com
The freshman in the Michigan State starting lineup for the first time got the most attention in the minutes before the opening tipoff on Saturday night. But one of the Spartans’ most experienced players got the job done after that tipoff. Aaron Henry scored a career-high 27 points in leading the Spartans to a 84-77 win over Nebraska on Saturday night at Pinnacle Bank Arena.

How Michigan State was able to end 3-game losing streak vs. Nebraska Detroit Free Press
Tom Izzo promised he would put Aaron Henry back into Michigan State basketball’s starting lineup after a one-game trial coming off the bench. That was expected, and Henry responded with the type of game his coach has sought from his junior captain all season — and then some. The junior delivered career highs with 27 points and three 3-pointers, flashing a jump shot that had been missing all season, to help jolt the 18th-ranked Spartans to an 84-77 victory over Nebraska on Saturday night at Pinnacle Bank Arena in Lincoln, Nebraska.

Michigan State beats Nebraska for first Big Ten victory Detroit News
Michigan State has been looking for a go-to guy all season. On Saturday night Aaron Henry moved to the front of the line, scoring a career-high 27 to lead No. 17 Michigan State to an 84-77 victory over host Nebraska at Pinnacle Bank Arena, giving the Spartans their first Big Ten victory of the season and halting a three-game skid.

Spartans Snap Losing Streak With 84-77 Win At Nebraska The Only Colors
The Michigan State Spartans avoided dropping into sole possession of last place in the Big Ten and picked up a badly needed conference win at Nebraska tonight. The Spartans’ 84-77 win had flashes of dominance at times fans missed seeing the last few games, but also saw a pesky Nebraska Cornhuskers squad refuse to go quietly.

Michigan State beats Nebraska for first Big Ten win Spartan Tailgate
A new direction at point guard, a career night from Aaron Henry and a timely matchup with Nebraska resulted in Michigan State picking up its first Big Ten victory of the season Sunday. Despite a sloppy second half in which the Spartans found themselves in a two-possession game after leading by as many as 17, MSU managed to hold off the Cornhuskers, 84-77. The win snapped the Spartans’ three-game conference losing streak and marked their seventh straight triumph over Nebraska.