What’s wrong with Michigan State basketball?

Yesterday’s 77-68 debacle to Michigan marks three straight losses for the Michigan State Spartans. All ELEVEN three-pointers from today’s WIN over MSU. #GoBlue 👇 pic.twitter.com/SQqy2Gl3PP — Michigan Men’s Basketball (@umichbball) February 8, 2020 They’re currently ranked No. 16 in the country. They’ll likely be out of the Top 25 by Monday. What’s wrong with Michigan … Read more

Sports Carnage Episode 21: Final Four Recap, NBA & NHL Playoff Previews, Paul George’s Greatness (Or Not), and Our Worst Takes Relived

Matt, Dylan, Paul and Ryan recap the Final Four while Paul bathes in righteous glory, finally get to the NBA talk Ryan and Matt have been thirsting after, talk potential upsets early in the NBA and NHL Playoffs, and cop to their worst takes in the past year(ish). Subscribe: PodBean OR Itunes Download this episode: … Read more

Final Four Preview: Michigan State vs Texas Tech

Who: Michigan State (32-6) vs. Texas Tech (30-6) Where: U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis When: Saturday, April 6th at 8:49 p.m. Broadcast: CBS/Spartan Sports Network Coming in Michigan State ended Duke’s season in a thrilling 68-67 victory to advance to the Final Four. Texas Tech punched their ticket to Minneapolis defeating Gonzaga 75-69 Embed from Getty … Read more

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Sports Carnage Episode 17: Paul loses his mind, Matt loses his hair, Dylan loses his interest, and Ryan just loses

Join Ryan, Paul, Matt and Dylan as they dive into early March Madness, NFL Free Agency and NBA playoffs. Listen to Ryan’s heartbreak over Oakland blowing chance after chance, Paul still not understand how bad the Lions are, and Dylan just straight checks out of the podcast. And of course, Grizzly Takes.   Subscribe: PodBean … Read more

Michigan State’s Nick Ward has surgery on fractured hand

Michigan State forward Nick Ward had surgery on Sunday night to repair a hairline fracture in his left hand, Spartans coach Tom Izzo confirmed Monday. Embed from Getty Images Izzo initially believed Ward “might have dislocated a finger or something” in his postgame remarks Sunday, but a closer examination by medical staff revealed that the junior big … Read more

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Michigan State PG Cassius Winston finalist for Bob Cousy Award

Cassius Winston has been shouldering a huge workload for Michigan State basketball this season, and all that extra effort could earn him some hardware by season’s end starting with the Bob Cousy Award. Embed from Getty Images Cassius Winston is Michigan State’s leading scorer averaging 18.8 points per game according to Fox Sports. With 7.3 assists … Read more

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BREAKING: Vernon Carey Jr. chooses Duke over Michigan State, North Carolina

Once again, Michigan State and Tom Izzo have found themselves coming face-to-face with Duke in a battle for a blue-chip basketball recruit. Vernon Carey Jr announced today that he will be playing college basketball at Duke. Embed from Getty Images Vernon Carey Jr is a five-star center from Florida and is ranked as one of … Read more

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Michigan State wins the Las Vegas Invitational, sets sights on ACC/Big Ten Challenge

Michigan State knocked off both the Texas Longhorns and the UCLA Bruins to win the 2018 Continental Tire Las Vegas Invitational on Friday. The tournament was the Spartans’ first real test since they opened the season against the number two ranked Kansas Jayhawks with a loss back on November, 6th. Embed from Getty Images With the tournament win, … Read more

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BREAKING: New No.1 hoops recruit showing interest in Michigan State

As of today, there’s a new No.1 recruit in college basketball’s 2019 class and he’s showing interest in Michigan State basketball. According to Evan Daniels of 247Sports, the five-star shooting guard Anthony Edwards is reclassifying from 2020 to the 2019 recruiting class. Embed from Getty Images Edwards explained the decision to reclassify to 247Sports: “Just thinking … Read more

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