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SPOILER: Mateen Cleaves reference!

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ESPN's Jay Bilas lists ex-Spartan Mateen Cleaves as toughest college player in last 20 years | MLive.com
"Bilas: 'Cleaves didn't just want to win, he brought everyone else with him, and got them into the fight as well.' Draymond Green also made Bilas' list."

Michigan State Radio | Spartan Sports Network | Big Ten Radio
Spartan Sports Network breaks down the MSU offense with Dave Warner.

Spartan Baseball Takes Down Tennessee Tech, 5-3 - Michigan State Official Athletic Site
"Michigan State baseball defeated Tennessee Tech, 5-3, on Wednesday night in a lone midweek game due to storms in the area yesterday."

The Ken Pomeroy Effect: How Advanced Metrics Have Revolutionized NCAA Basketball | Bleacher Report
In nearly two weeks, when the brackets are released, the first thing many fans and coaches will do is open their laptops and pull up KenPom .com ...

Michigan State hopes to cash in on second shot at Big Ten title | The Detroit News | detroitnews.com
"It was only a day earlier Michigan State coach Tom Izzo was lamenting the fact it appeared his team, coming off three straight losses, would not have chance to play for a Big Ten championship in the final week."

Michigan State's Keith Appling: 'I love playing Wisconsin' | Detroit Free Press | freep.com

"Keith Appling has a couple of opponents in mind for his Chicago wish list, though it might require getting past Wisconsin -- twice in eight days. That doesn't sound as unpleasant to Appling as it might to others in the Michigan State camp."

Izzo hugs Adreian Payne

I know he's won a National Championship and all, but this might be Izzo's greatest career moment.

Michigan State's Branden Dawson still trying to bounce back | The Detroit News | detroitnews.com

"So much attention the past couple weeks has been paid to the play of Michigan state point guard Keith Appling. But lost in the angst has been the virtual disappearance of sophomore Branden Dawson."