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West Lafayette, Ind. — Caleb Swanigan earned his NCAA-best 23rd double-double of the season, as the Spartans fell to the Boilermakers Saturday afternoon, 80-63, in the final matchup between these two teams in the regular season.With the win, Purdue (22-5, 11-3 Big Ten) takes lone possession of first place in the Big Ten standings, while MSU (16-11, 8-6 Big Ten) fall a half-game behind Northwestern for fifth in the conference.
Follow along with The State News and our basketball writers, Connor Clark and Casey Harrison, as MSU men's basketball is on the road to face No. 16 Purdue.
A sapling among red sequoias – MSU men's basketball (16-10 overall, 85) heads to Purude ( - overall, - ) to face Caleb Swanigan and Issac Haas.
In MSU’s 74-66 win over the Ohio State University Buckeyes Tuesday night, freshman guard Joshua Langford did something he had never done before at the college level.The opportunity came as a result of a missed jump shot from freshman forward Nick Ward late in the second half.
In the MSU men’s basketball victory over the Ohio State University Buckeyes, senior guard Alvin Ellis III lifted the team and the Izzone with 3-pointer after 3-pointer.
The loud roars and cheers from the Izzone has been noted for their wild reactions, comedic out-pour and motivational uplifting.
MSU men's basketball (16-10, 8-5 Big Ten) defeated the Ohio State Buckeyes (15-12, 5-9 Big Ten) on the two-year anniversary of former-MSU guard Denzel Valentine's game-winner on Valentine's Day, 74-66.
With only three home games remaining in the regular season and the NCAA Tournament quickly approaching, the Spartans will host the Ohio State University Buckeyes on Tuesday for a rematch of the Jan.
It’s not just a new haircut for freshman forward Nick Ward — it’s the turning of a new leaf.Ward came to the court in MSU’s (15-10, 7-5 Big Ten) win over the University of Iowa (14-12, 6-7 Big Ten) with a renewed mindset after the Spartans had to quickly rebound from a 29-point loss to University of Michigan Tuesday night.
By holding down the fort defensively in their win against Iowa, MSU men’s basketball held the Hawkeyes to 33 percent shooting from the floor and 19 percent from behind the arc.
Taking the court for the first time since Tuesday night's 29-point blowout loss to the University of Michigan, MSU (15-10, 7-5 Big Ten) defeated the University of Iowa Hawkeyes (14-12, 6-7 Big Ten) at home Saturday in a pivotal game in conference play by a final score of xx-xx.
Follow along with The State News as MSU men's basketball (14-10 overall, 6-5) hosts the Iowa Hawkeyes (14-11 overall, 6-6). Feel free to comment or ask questions on the live blog, or tweet at our basketball beat writers, Connor Clark and Casey Harrison.
Basketball reporter Casey Harrison alongside newsroom personality Stephen Olschanski is joined by sports editor Souichi Terada to talk about MSU's blowout loss to U-M on the road and the implications it could have for MSU for the rest of the season.
In the wake of an embarrassing 29-point defeat to rival University of Michigan, MSU men’s basketball (14-10, 6-5 Big Ten) faces a team that is trending upward in the University of Iowa (14-11, 6-6 Big Ten).
Revenge is a dish best served cold, but for MSU (14-10, 6-5 Big Ten) Tuesday night’s blowout loss to the University of Michigan Wolverines (15-9, 5-6 Big Ten) was a product of ill preparation and poor execution.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. — After a 29-point embarrassment from in-state rivals University of Michigan, MSU not only tied the record for the largest margin of defeat under head coach Tom Izzo, but the Spartans started the game lazy and sloppy — even when they had a script.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. — After a 70-62 win over U-M just nine days ago, MSU men's basketball (14-10 overall, 6-6) was blown-out by 29 points to U-M (15-9 overall, 6-6). The 86-57 game splits this year's two-game season series.
Follow along with The State News and their basketball writers, Casey Harrison and Connor Clark, as MSU men's basketball is on the road against rivarl U-M.
Newsroom personality Stephen Olschanski and men's basketball beat reporter Casey Harrison discuss the chaos that was Super Bowl LI and whether or not the Patriots took the win away from the Falcon or if Atlanta flat out choked.