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Topic - Tom Izzo
Roy Devyn Marble scored 24 points, but No. 24 Iowa couldn't stop an onslaught from No. 22 Michigan State that looked strangely familiar.
Illinois is on a roll thanks in large part to its stifling defense.
Tom Izzo screamed at his players, officials and people working the scorer's table.
Stephen Curry didn't shoot all that well - and Golden State won anyway.
Michigan coach John Beilein is willing to give Nik Stauskas a little leeway when it comes to shot selection.
Lansing State Journal. Feb. 17
Forget all that talk about how good Michigan State could be if healthy.
Over the last few weeks, as opposing defenses keyed in on him, Michigan's Nik Stauskas has remained patient, hesitant to force anything at the offensive end.
The clock ran out on Michigan's big win at Michigan State last month, and as Wolverines guard Nik Stauskas jogged gleefully off the court, he blew a big kiss toward the crowd at the Breslin Center.
No. 9 Michigan State got off to a slow start Sunday and was unable to catch Nebraska at the very end.
Now the ball's in your court, Sparty.
In the closing seconds of a close game, Traevon Jackson takes the big shots for Wisconsin.
Keith Appling could miss a couple weeks for No. 9 Michigan State because of a right wrist injury.
Tom Izzo wasn't trying to be funny.
President Barack Obama says Michigan State University's agricultural expertise made it the perfect place to sign a federal farm bill.
"When I saw everyone in the upper deck rise up after he hit that 3, I told him, 'Everyone in this building has your back.'"