Michigan State survived to the second round of 32 today, beating Georgia 70-63. Each time the Doggs fouled Denzel Valentine at the end, he hit his FTs. 6-6. Here are the upsets (and notable scores) thus far: Cincinnati 66, Purdue 65 OT – The Boilermakers let the Bearcats go the length of the court in […]
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I’ve changed my mind… And like Superman emerging from the phone booth… HIS INNER SPARTAN HAS RETURNED. Since I literally have nothing for my Maize and Blue to cheer for, let’s dance. I was impressed with the effort, and I know what it’s like to lose in overtime. It might be the best lesson you […]
Heartbreaking choice by the NIT after all that. I don’t know if I could say I even care about the NCAAs. Go State, but honestly…
Maryland vs Michigan St. Today, 3:25 PM on CBS United Center, Chicago, Illinois Michigan State Spartans (22-10) @ Maryland Terrapins (27-5) All times are in Eastern Time via Google Search. GO MSU!
You fought hard against the Badgers, taking an early lead then tying it in the second half at both the ten minute and five minute marks. We didn’t have Walton, but you still gave it your all. Well done, Michigan.
Gritty performance in the second round of the Big Ten Tournament. Aubrey Dawkins continues to play strong defense, stepping up his game as this season finishes. Spike and Irvin also contributed double-figures. The Wolverines stormed out to a big lead in the United Center against Illinois. Coming into this match-up, they’d made it rain, so […]
It was obviously a tough season for the boys in Blue, losing so many starters due to injury or the NBA. And even though I just destroyed Draymond, it really is just because he’s fucking with my heart and soul, the Clippers. I still love State. And you gotta love that they stuck it to […]
Tremendous effort by Michigan to come out strong at home. They used a 20-point first half lead to hold on and beat Ohio State, never trailing. It’s been a tough season filled with unfortunate departures in the off-season, then injuries to our two best players. Spike Albrecht deserves an award for keeping his team together with […]
It’s a rough stretch for the Wolverines right now. Without their top two players and the three who departed for the pros, there’s really only Spike Albrecht above the Sophomore level. Everyone else is primarily a Freshman for John Beilein. Nonetheless, we went into Illinois and took it to them. After leading 22-20 at halftime, […]
The Wolverines had a couple of tough overtime losses in the last two weeks, one to Wisconsin and one to Michigan State. However, they came back to force the extra period in both despite trailing in the waning minutes. Without Derrick Walton or Caris LeVert (our top two players), it was inspiring to see the […]
“BIG” But seriously – it was a close one. Michigan improves to 4-2 in the Big Ten after winning 56-54. With all these new teams trying to snarf us (*cough* Maryland), it’ll be even more bull shit to overcome. An 18-0 run in the first half gave the Wolverines an early edge at Crisler. You […]
I turned on the TV looking for the Pistons game only to find myself center stage with the Wolverines and Syracuse, 20 seconds left, Michigan up by one. Inbounding. Here we go! After getting the ball to Derrick Walton, Jr., he went to the free throw line on a one-and-one. Walton hit the front of […]
Damn. Maybe I had it more relaxing in certain ways than these student-athletes. MM can’t even puff in a city where it’s essentially legalized. It is decriminalized, and you’ll only receive a ticket like a parking fine. “One night in mid-March, with the NCAA tournament about to begin without him, McGary was hanging out with […]