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Know Thy Enemy is a weekly Q&A where the perspective changes from the eyes of The State News to the eyes of the student newspaper of Michigan State basketball's opponent. This weekend State News beat writer Sara Tidwell spoke with Keaton Maisano of The Lantern ahead of Sunday’s game between Ohio State and MSU.
Head Coach Tom Izzo said that junior forward and captain Aaron Henry said it best in the huddle.
It was as if the basketball was too big for the hoop.
First Rutgers started the game up 15-0.
Know Thy Enemy is a weekly Q&A where the perspective changes from the eyes of The State News to the eyes of the student newspaper of Michigan State basketball's opponent. This week State News beat writer Jayna Bardahl spoke with Dylan McCoy of The Daily Targum ahead of Thursday's game between Rutgers and MSU.
After a narrow and jaw-dropping 55-54 loss to Purdue on Jan. 8, Michigan State men's basketball has returned.
The Michigan State men's basketball team has had to postpone five contests this season — including ones against Virginia, Iowa, Indiana, Illinois and now Michigan — due to COVID-19 issues within programs.
After a 20-day break from game play, and a total of eight — five athletes, three non-athletes — positive COVID-19 tests later, Michigan State men’s basketball is expected to hit the court again at 7 p.m. on Thursday against Rutgers.
Michigan State men's basketball had another positive test late last week.
After five new cases of the COVID-19 B.1.1.7 variant were found among University of Michigan athletes, the state health department has recommended pausing Wolverine athletic outings, including practice, for two weeks starting Jan. 24.
The Michigan State men's basketball team has played a total of 12 games in just under two months, with four postponements due to COVID-19 issues within programs.
Twenty days will have passed between the last time MSU men’s hoops took the court to fall to Purdue, 55-54, and their next scheduled matchup against Rutgers on Jan. 28.
Aaron Henry, Rocket Watts and Joey Hauser spoke up after their coach Tom Izzo announced that the team's Saturday game against Illinois would be postponed due to additional COVID-19 cases within the program.
A third straight game for Michigan State men's basketball won't go on as scheduled.
Michigan State Head Coach Tom Izzo announced in Saturday that guard Joshua Langford has tested positive for COVID-19 on Dan Dakich’s Sirius XM show.
With many sports teams' seasons condensed due to COVID-19, schedules for student-athletes have been strenuous this season, and that included winter break for many MSU athletes.
The Michigan State men's basketball (8-4) game against the Indiana Hoosiers (8-5) has been postponed.
The Michigan State men's basketball's (8-5) game against the No. 5 Iowa Hawkeyes has been postponed.
With two of his teammates out as freshman center Mady Sissoko and sophomore guard Steven Izzo tested positive for COVID-19, junior forward Thomas Kithier wasn’t panicking.
Michigan State men's basketball freshman center Mady Sissoko and sophomore guard Steven Izzo have both tested positive for COVID-19, head coach Tom Izzo shared with the media on Wednesday.