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Topic - Drew Crawford
Drew Crawford walked off the court with 43 seconds left in his final Big Ten Tournament game to an ovation from fans and was embraced by Michigan State coach Tom Izzo.
Tre Demps had 20 points, including four 3-pointers and Drew Crawford added 15 points and six assists to lead 11th-seeded Northwestern to a 67-62 victory over No. 6 Iowa in the Big Ten Tournament Thursday night.
Northwestern had a message to send before the start of the Big Ten Tournament this week.
Penn State coach Pat Chambers struggled to explain why his Nittany Lions have experienced success on the road during Big Ten play.
Nebraska caught its breath, and then let out a big sigh of relief.
Minnesota had the ball with plenty of time for the winning shot. When DeAndre Mathieu's drive and off-balance try from the lane fell short, Mo Walker grabbed the rebound in perfect position for the putback.
Ben Brust got a shot he wanted and an outcome he despised.
Drew Crawford played the role of savvy senior leader to perfection.
Northwestern isn't on the level of No. 10 Iowa. That was apparent Saturday.
All Terone Johnson could think about were his friends back on campus when he heard about the shooting at Purdue.
IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — Even at full strength, Northwestern figured to have a tough time with No. 20 Iowa.
"I told him it's been an honor playing against his teams," Crawford said after Friday night's 67-51 loss to the No. 22 Spartans in the Big Ten Tournament quarterfinals. "Michigan State's an unbelievable program. It means a lot that he's always respected me as a player. So it was nice to send it off that way."
"I think on the road, we tend to really band together as a team, just because it's almost like a back-against-the-wall mentality," Crawford said. "Everyone's rooting for you to fail. I think that's when we're really most together as a team."