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IOWA CITY-- No. 6 Michigan State (18-2, 8-0 Big Ten) was dealt a big blow early in the second half, but maintained poise, defeating No. 19 Iowa (16-4, 5-4 Big Ten), 82-67 with a massive second-half run. In an echo of the first meeting between the two, a December MSU victory in East Lansing, a tight game was turned by MSU’s stingy defense.
Fans attending one Michigan State basketball game are asked to give a little extra for the greater good of the community. The annual MSU Rebounders Club and MSU Packaging School food drive, chaired by Lupe Izzo, will be held Feb. 17 when the Spartans go up against Ohio State.
Michigan State’s spring football game is set to kick off Saturday, April 13 at 2 p.m at Spartan Stadium.
After assisting his hockey team in winning the two-game series against Minnesota this past weekend, sophomore forward Mitchell Lewandowski is named the Big Ten Second Star of the Week on Tuesday.
Who: Michigan State (17-2, 8-0 in Big Ten) at Iowa (16-3, 5-3 in Big Ten).
Who: No. 23 Michigan State Spartans women's basketball (13-5, 3-4 Big Ten) and Illinois Fighting Illini (9-9, 1-6 in Big Ten)
The second foul call was iffy at best. Maryland doubled him every time he touched the ball, and he was at a height disadvantage against 6 foot, 10 inch center Bruno Fernando anyway. The foul trouble didn’t allow him to get into a rhythm.
It started with a block. Then it translated into a catch-and-drive off a bounce pass from outside the right wing, shoot and score underneath the basket on the other end.
Mark Turgeon couldn't believe it. Maryland's coach was witnessing his team meltdown on the road.
Michigan State point guard Cassius Winston earned Big Ten player of the week honors for the third time this season Monday, according to a release from the conference.
Coming off a win against Nebraska, Michigan State looks to take on their next opponent No. 19 Maryland at the Breslin Center.
Michigan State hockey (9-12-3, 5-7-2 Big Ten) completed its first sweep since Oct. 27, defeating Minnesota (9-10-4, 6-5-3 Big Ten) 5-3 Sunday night at Munn Ice Arena.
The No. 21 Scarlet Knights (15-3, 7-0 Big Ten) upset No. 17 Spartans (13-5, 3-4 Big Ten), 76-62 to remain perfect in Big Ten play.
After defeating Minnesota 5-3 on Saturday night, the Spartans would take advantage of the extra man advantage to hold the lead.
Michigan State hockey (8-12-3, 4-7-2 Big Ten) defeated Minnesota (9-9-4, 6-4-3 Big Ten) 5-3 at Munn Ice Arena Saturday night.
Who: Michigan State vs. Minnesota
No. 6 Michigan State (16-2, 7-0 Big Ten) survived a furious rally, becoming the first team in 21 tries to defeat Nebraska (13-5, 3-4 Big Ten) on the road, 70-64.
The No. 17 Spartans remain perfect at home (9-0) with a 77-60 upset win over No. 9 Maryland.
Who: No. 6 Michigan State against Nebraska
It's not a look Michigan State has seen much of this season.