Michigan State men's basketball is set to take on Nebraska in its final regular season road contest of the season. Tipoff is set for 9 p.m. and will be televised on the Big Ten Network.
Michigan State head men's basketball coach Tom Izzo met with the media to discuss what's left of the regular season, including the matchup with Minnesota not being rescheduled.
Michigan State Men's Basketball's game against Minnesota will not be rescheduled and will be declared a no-contest, according to a statement from MSU Athletics this afternoon.
On a night where neither team seemed to miss a basket, Michigan State fell apart in the waning minutes of what looked to be an impressive road victory to lose 112-106 to Iowa in overtime.
Michigan State men's basketball intends to carry momentum from Tuesday with them to Iowa City for Saturday's matchup.
Tom Izzo discussed the state of the team in relation to last Monday's mass shooting on campus, gave an update on the health status of freshman center Carson Cooper and voiced his frustration’s with the Big Ten’s handling of the rescheduling of the postponed Minnesota game.
Senior guard A.J. Hoggard's backcourt experience was on full display against Indiana, an indispensable asset as the postseason nears.
Despite facing off against a potential Wooden Award winner in No. 17 Indiana’s senior forward Trayce Jackson-Davis, freshman forward Jaxon Kohler stepped up and showed that he is becoming a post player that Michigan State can rely on.
Following the 8-0 MSU run kicked off by Walker’s jumper, Indiana never came within more than eight points of Michigan State. The Spartans had proven that, on the right night, they could still take over down the stretch - thanks in large part to the stellar play of Walker.
A basketball game may have been what some fans needed as a distraction from the tragic events that struck the East Lansing campus last week.
Michigan State leaned on a two-way performance to overcome Indiana on Tuesday night in the team's first game back at the Breslin Center since last week's shooting.
Michigan State basketball looks to bounce back from a rivalry loss Saturday and find an answer for Trayce Jackson-Davis and the Indiana Hoosiers.
Almost a week after the tragedy at MSU on Monday, fans came together to share their feelings in midst of a rivalry matchup in Ann Arbor Saturday night.
Each person grieves and handles grief differently. And that’s ok. Whether it’s finding solace in friends or peace in isolation, there isn’t a right or wrong way for people to cope. For Michigan State’s basketball team and its head coach, basketball has been an essential part of the healing process.
The matchup, which ended in 84-72 in favor of the host Wolverines, was a backdrop to a night of healing and a distraction for the entire state of Michigan, still reeling from Monday night’s shooting on MSU’s campus that left three dead and five injured.
Head Men's Basketball Coach Tom Izzo spoke to the media Thursday about the decision to play Saturday's scheduled game against Michigan following the shooting Monday night.