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The No. 10 Michigan State Spartans return to the road on Saturday to take on heated in-state rival, the Michigan Wolverines. The game is scheduled for a mid-afternoon tip-off and Michigan is calling for a “maize out” in the stands to harm the eyes of every viewer at home.

Source: The Only Colors

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There’s a better-than-average chance that a big rivalry game is about to be played and few people have noticed, almost as if it came out of nowhere. Michigan State and Michigan square off Saturday afternoon at Crisler Center, and a matchup that has been as highly anticipated as any for the better part of the last decade is missing the usual buzz of anticipation.

Source: Detroit News

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Michigan State’s men’s basketball team travels to Ann Arbor this weekend to play in-state rival Michigan on Saturday, Jan. 8 (FOX, 2:30 p.m.), the first of two meetings this month. The game will air live on FOX, with Joe Davis and Jim Jackson calling all of the action.

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Tom Izzo has kicked off his 2023 recruiting class with a bang, landing highly ranked point guard Jeremy Fears Jr. The Spartans beat out Illinois and Michigan to earn the commitment of Fears.

Source: Spartans Wire

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Max Christie scored a career-high 21 points to lead four players in double figures as No. 10 Michigan State beat Nebraska, 79-67, on Wednesday night at the Breslin Center. Gabe Brown added 14 points, four rebounds and tied a career-high with four steals while junior forward Malik Hall finished with 12 points and six rebounds and junior guard Tyson Walker added 10 points and five assists.

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Lansing State Journal sportswriters Graham Couch and Phil Friend, along with Detroit Free Press beat writer Chris Solari, have plenty to say following Michigan State’s Peach Bowl win over Pitt. That includes roster changes in the days after, as WR Jalen Nailor and OL Kevin Jarvis declare for the NFL draft, Jayden Reed’s future, how the team now belongs to Payton Thorne, and when/if Keon Coleman and Maliq Carr will join the basketball team.

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MLive reporters Brandon Champion, Kyle Austin, and Matt Wenzel discuss why Michigan State’s come-from-behind win in the Peach Bowl is the perfect cap to a remarkable season before discussing Jayden Reed’s looming NFL decision. The guys then turn their attention to basketball, where Tom Izzo’s bunch are 12-2 and ranked in the Top 10 in the country ahead of a showdown against Michigan in Ann Arbor.

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The No. 10 Michigan State Spartans are back in the familiar confines of the Breslin Center in East Lansing with a visit from the Nebraska Cornhuskers scheduled for tomorrow night. The game is the only scheduled matchup between the two conference foes during the regular season.

Source: The Only Colors

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Michigan State returns home to the Breslin Center, hosting Nebraska on Wednesday, Jan. 5 (7 p.m.). The game will air live on BTN, with Brandon Gaudin and Robbie Hummel calling all of the action.

Source: Michigan State University Athletics

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Gabe Brown hasn’t seen many shots he doesn’t like. “He was shooting out of the womb,” Spartans coach Tom Izzo joked on Sunday. Back when he was a freshman, those shots from Brown would often incur eye rolls – or worse – from his coach when they came at inopportune times (often right after he came off the bench). But now, Brown’s shots are more likely to produce fist pumps than eye rolls, as he has grown into a smarter and more efficient shooter and scorer a senior.

Source: mlive.com

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It has been one of the biggest questions all fall, and in the first few months of winter, around Michigan State sports: When might Maliq Carr and Keon Coleman make the transition from football to basketball? The answer — both of when and if — remains TBD. Coach Tom Izzo on Monday afternoon said it remains to be seen whether true freshman Coleman and redshirt freshman Carr will join his 10th-ranked Spartans’ hoops squad after No. 10 MSU’s football team won the Peach Bowl on Thursday to close its 2021 season.

Source: Detroit Free Press

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The Michigan State Spartans held steady in both polls this week. The Spartans stayed at No. 10 this week in both the Associated Press Poll and the USA TODAY Ferris Mowers Coaches Poll after a shorthanded squad struggled against High Point and then had to come back in the second half to defeat Northwestern over the past week’s action.

Source: The Only Colors

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“I was looking forward to this game a lot just coming into the season because my mom played here and this is kind of like the college I grew up in,” Christie said. “So I’ve been here growing up all my life. So coming into this game I knew a lot of people on the other team, knew the whole coaching staff and I was really excited. I was pumped up for it, so I wanted to give my best effort and we ended up winning the game, which is what I wanted.”

Source: Detroit News

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The Michigan State Spartans men’s basketball team survived a sluggish first half and a foul-marred second half to earn a tough 73-67 win on the road over the Northwestern Wildcats. Senior forward Gabe Brown led all players with 20 points, hitting on five of his 11 shots, including making three of his seven attempts from deep.

Source: The Only Colors

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The No. 10 Michigan State Spartans return to the road and Big Ten action tomorrow afternoon when the team faces off against the Northwestern Wildcats at Welsh Ryan Arena in Evanston, Illinois. It will mark MSU’s first true road game in almost a month when the Spartans defeated Minnesota 75-67 on Dec. 8.

Source: The Only Colors

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Michigan State’s men’s basketball team opens the New Year and returns to Big Ten Conference play on Sunday, Jan. 2, traveling to play at Northwestern (2 p.m., BTN). The game will air live on BTN, with Chris Vosters and Robbie Hummel calling all of the action.

Source: Michigan State University Athletics

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