Mark Hollis, you deserve to be embarrassed — even angry — about the MSU football student section, because it was embarrassing toward the end of Saturday’s game. With that being said, I’m tired of the students always getting the heat.
The Big Ten woes continue for the MSU wrestling team.
The MSU women’s basketball team continued its recent struggles with a third-straight loss Saturday afternoon losing, 72-66, at Virginia Tech. Despite hitting two 3-pointers in the final minute of the game, the Spartans (5-4 overall) couldn’t get the comeback victory. MSU started three freshmen in the lineup because of junior guard Kiana Johnson missing her second straight game with an infection.
As the fall semester draws to a close, the wrestling team’s season is just starting to heat up. The Spartans (5-3 overall) will partake in their first Big Ten matchup of the season against No. 16 Wisconsin at 2 p.m. Sunday at Jenison Field House.
After a stunning 81-76 loss to IPFW on Sunday, the MSU women’s basketball team will be back in action 7 p.m. Wednesday at Florida State in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge.
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