The Michigan State Spartans get back on the winning track beating the Purdue Boilermakers 83-58 on Saturday.
After two straight road losses, Michigan State should be eager to return home – even with a Purdue team it has not beat at the Breslin Center in almost three years waiting there.
There was an extra buzz downtown Tuesday. There was even a reported traffic jam that wasn’t related to work or holiday shopping.
Western Michigan coach Bill Cubit was thrilled after he found out his team would be playing in a bowl close to home.
The Motor City is no Pasadena in late December. That’s just fine by this year’s Little Caesars Pizza Bowl participants.
Purdue and Western Michigan should have little trouble attracting fans when they meet in the Dec. 27 Little Caesars Pizza Bowl.
The Little Caesars Pizza Bowl can welcome a Big Ten team for the first time in four years.
The Spartans stun the Boilermakers as Michigan State came out strong and never looked back, beating No. 9 Purdue 74-56 Friday.
Jim Leyland telling reporters before today’s game that he is tired of answering questions about Miguel Cabrera.
Purdue lost its shot at a regular-season conference championship, but its pursuit of a No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament still remains.