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After rolling both of his ankles last Thursday against No. 13 Seton Hall, it still looked as if sophomore forward Aaron Henry would still play in Monday’s matchup against Charleston Southern. Henry continued to play after his injury last Thursday and warmed up with the Spartans Monday night, but when it came to the announcement of the starting lineup, sophomore forward Gabe Brown was in his place.
No. 3 Michigan State (3-1) cruised past Charleston Southern (1-4) in a 94-46 rout Monday night.
The Spartans are back at No. 1, at least in the power rankings. In the newest Power 36 from analyst and NCAA.com correspondent Andy Katz, Michigan State sits atop the rest, after a win against former No. 12 Seton Hall, in what Katz called “the best win of the week.” In the Associated Press Top 25, Michigan State remains at No. 3.
Through the first half of No. 3 Michigan State’s matchup with No. 12 Seton Hall, freshman forward Malik Hall had yet to score his first collegiate points. He had seen opportunities and playing time in both games prior, against then-No. 2 Kentucky and Binghamton. In those games he would total three shots, and couldn’t get any to finish.
After a defining road win against No. 12 Seton Hall last Thursday, No. 3 Michigan State returns home on Monday to host unranked Charleston Southern. Tip-off is set for 6:30 p.m at the Breslin Center (BTN).
ANN ARBOR, Mich. — All it took was one scrum before the referees drew a line in the sand. Early in the second quarter of Saturday's game with the score tied at seven, Michigan defensive lineman Aidan Hutchinson was flagged for an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty, which gave Michigan State a first down.
On a day where the Michigan State football team left a lot to be desired on the field in Ann Arbor, the hockey team hit the ice Saturday night trying to salvage rivalry weekend with a sweep over the Wolverines at Munn Ice Arena.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. — With the thousands of people that remained in The Big House enjoying the party, down on the field Michigan quarterback Shea Patterson put the final knee on the 14th-ranked Wolverines' 44-10 blowout win over Michigan State.
Michigan State lost its fifth-straight game Saturday. MSU was not only discouraged by the weight five-straight losses can carry, but that the most recent was in-state rival, Michigan. The Spartans are making strides to move on, one of those steps being optimism.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. — There was a point where the big plays and long conversions were finally getting to them.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Michigan State came into Saturday's game knowing it needed to fight to pull off an upset.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Michigan State continues its losing streak, and breaks its winning streak at “The Big House.” The Spartans fell 44-10 against No. 14 Michigan.
ANN ARBOR, Mich.— No. 14 Michigan leads Michigan State 17-7 at the half. The Spartans surprisingly connected on the first punch and looked poised offensively. That didn't last very long as the Wolverines used their athletes to find space in open field and take the two-score lead into the break.
As he flung his arms through the air, contorting his body to deflect the ball away, all Danny Fortener could hear were the cheers.
Nia Clouden and the No. 16 Spartans marched into South Bend looking for revenge, and they got it by defeating the No. 15 Notre Dame 72-69. For the first time in fifteen years, the green and white defeated the Fighting Irish, and they did so in wire to wire fashion.
No. 3 Michigan State’s (2-1) answer for No. 12 Seton Hall’s (2-1) All-American Myles Powell on Thursday night? Freshman forward Malik Hall, whose bucket with 28 seconds remaining gave MSU a lead they would not relinquish. His 17 points were the first of his Spartan career, helping lead the Spartans to a hard-fought 76-73 victory.
ANN ARBOR, MI - Michigan State hockey came back from a two-goal deficit in the second to pull out a 4-3 win at Yost Arena against rival University of Michigan Thursday night.
No. 3 Michigan State (1-1) takes on No. 12 Seton Hall in Newark, N.J. on Thursday at 8:30 p.m. (FS1)
After four-straight losses, Michigan State will take on its rival: Michigan. The Wolverines are 7-2 in their season, while the Spartans have struggled to finish games and sit 4-5. MSU's losing streak might come to a stop at The Big House. The past two times the Spartans traveled to Ann Arbor, they've come away with a win. So what streak will the Spartans brake on Saturday?
Michigan State junior linebacker Antjuan Simmons occasionally gets texted by friends from high school throughout the football season.