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Michigan Survives Spartans in Ann Arbor

The Spartans stormed ahead early behind a flurry of 3’s, but Michigan stayed in it and hit a triple of their own to bring it within two at halftime.

We came out bustin’ in the second half, and our coach really corralled the referees away from Izzo’s corner.

I have loved MSU my whole life, and my dad is a very classy Spartan. RESPECT TO MSU.

I just went to Michigan. I can’t help it.

The Wolverines went on to win, and Izzo stayed classy. Maybe we will meet again?

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  1. oldschool oldschool
    February 24, 2014    

    ………………………….a generous review………but I must say……at the nine minute mark the sports world got to see up close one the golden rules of sports get thrown under the bus…….remember the more your ahead the quieter you get?……….insulting your opponent on his home court when your up ten is the same as throwing your teams love spuds on the Barbie!….. result….10-0 run the other way and not another spartan basket for 5 minutes……….. and don’t start the second half with another insult either……….Izzo is a class guy who had to watch one player hurt his Team ……and it was over by 9 minute mark in the second half.

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