Michigan State's Delvon Roe delivered vs. Purdue | freep.com | Detroit Free Press Don't let Johnson's 20 points fool you - Delvon's defense was excellent. What say you, Mr. Roe?
Still, Roe said, "somebody is going to see that 20 points and say, 'Oh, he didn't play that well.' That is so skewed."
Big Ten Roundup: January 24th, 2011 — UMHoops.com Purdue and Ohio State currently have the top two efficiency margins, but this could be skewed as well - they've probably had the easiest schedules in the Big Ten so far.
MSU Women Are 10th in AP Poll -- WILX.com The Lady Spartans bounce back into the top ten.
Hangin' Tough -- Big Ten Geeks If you're looking for a silver lining from the Purdue game, the offense put up 1.15 points per possession against the Boilermaker defense, second best against Purdue all season.
More shovel talk - LSJ Blogs: Hey, Joe You've probably read this quote elsewhere by now, but I'm reprinting it for emphasis:
"I told Durrell at halftime, 'If you don’t guard better, your playing days might be done here.' And you know what? That kid had his best half of defense that he’s played since he’s been here."
"Some people need to be pushed," Izzo said later. "Some people need to be challenged. And some people need to be leaned on morning noon and night. It is hard to do that, though."
Q & A: Michigan football coach Brady Hoke and MSU coach Mark Dantonio | MLive.com Notable for what I would call the quintessential Dantonio response:
Have you reached out to new Michigan coach Brady Hoke?
Dantonio: I just talked to Brady when I was just in there (in the Arcadia Ballroom). I've known Brady for a long time. You know, so … there it is (he said with a smile).