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Michigan States Moves Past Western Michigan, 90-46 Michigan State Athletics
senior forward Gabe Brown scored 17 points to lead three players in double figures as Michigan State used a big second half to beat Western Michigan, 79-36, on Friday night at the Breslin Center. The Spartans improved to 1-1 with the win, while Western Michigan falls to 1-1.

Michigan State blows out Western Michigan in home opener Spartans Wire
That was one heck of a response. After a disappointing home opener, Tom Izzo and his Michigan State basketball squad were able to blow out Western Michigan 90-46 in the home opener.

Michigan State rolls in home opener, 90-46, over Western Michigan Detroit News
It took a few minutes, perhaps to shake off the cobwebs from Tuesday’s loss to No. 3 Kansas in the Champions Classic. But before long Michigan State was rolling in its home opener Friday night against Western Michigan at the Breslin Center. After some early turnover issues, the Spartans started to find an offensive flow, clamped down on defense, and cruised to a 90-46 victory over the Broncos.

Michigan State trounces Western Michigan in home opener MLive.com
Michigan State was a step below a top-five opponent in Madison Square Garden on Tuesday. Three days later, it showed it’s far ahead of a middle-of-the-road mid-major. Michigan State cruised past Western Michigan, 90-46, in its home opener on Friday night at Breslin Center.

Spartans cruise past Broncos for first win of the season The State News
Michigan State cruised to its first victory of the year with an effortless 90-46 victory over Western Michigan. The Spartans settled in and outscored Western Michigan 77 to 31 over the final 30 minutes of the game. Michigan State had eight players score five points or more and were led by senior forward Gabe Brown with 17 points.

Michigan State overcomes first half struggles, tame Western Michigan en route to 90-46 winThe Only Colors
The Michigan State Spartans remained undefeated at the Breslin Center in November tonight, besting in-state foe, the Western Michigan Broncos 90-46. Indeed, the last time MSU fell at home in November was in 1986 to Navy, falling 91-90 on Nov. 29, 1986 at Jenison Fieldhouse. The Spartans also extended the active win streak to eight games in a row over Western Michigan.

Michigan State finds its way on the run in 90-46 win over Western Michigan Detroit Free Press
It took a little time to shake the haze, as well as one of the biggest problems from a season-opening loss. Slowly on Friday night, Michigan State basketball started to look a lot more cohesive and did everything it needed and then some against Western Michigan to pull away for a 90-46 blowout in its home opener at Breslin Center.

Michigan State cruises past Western Michigan in home opener Spartan Tailgate
Even with starting center Titus Wright picking up two fouls in the first 45 seconds and sitting the remainder of the first half, Western Michigan was able to hang with Michigan State for the first 10 minutes of the Spartans’ home opener Friday. But a second setback for the Broncos came midway through the first quarter when starting point guard B. Artis White left the game with an injury and did not return, and both of those forces in play allowed MSU to distance itself in a 90-46 victory.