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Michigan State clamps down defensively to blow out Rutgers MLive.com
On shaky ground early in the Big Ten season, Michigan State got back to its roots and notched a critical top-15 win.The No. 23 Spartans used their best defensive performance of the Big Ten season and a standout game from Aaron Henry to dispatch No. 15 Rutgers, 68-45, on Tuesday night at the Breslin Center.

Aaron Henry scores 20, No. 23 Michigan State throttles No. 15 Rutgers 68-45 Detroit News
A win over Nebraska is one thing. Knocking off the No. 15 team in the country is another. Michigan State, coming off its first Big Ten victory over the weekend in Nebraska, validated that win by returning home on Tuesday night and defeating Rutgers, 68-45, at the Breslin Center.

MSU 68, Rutgers 45, men’s hoops capitalizes off defensive performance State News
With a dominant defensive performance and a 13-0 to close the game carried by junior forward Aaron Henry, No. 23 Michigan State men’s basketball won its second conference game in a row on Tuesday against No. 15 Rutgers 68-45.

Aaron Henry leads Michigan State over Rutgers Spartan Tailgate
A commanding start from Aaron Henry powered No. 23 Michigan State early, then late flurries from fellow wings Rocket Watts and Joshua Langford carried the Spartans to the finish line Tuesday against No. 15 Rutgers.

Michigan State beats No. 14 Rutgers 68-45: Instant reactions from the win Spartans Wire
Michigan State Basketball knocked off Big Ten foe No. 14 Rutgers 68-45 in an emphatic win. It was a game that many fans were nervous about, but the Spartans showed up and looked like the team they were supposed to look like all year and dominated the Scarlet Knights.