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.
Michigan State came out flat against No. 8 Purdue and lost 67-47 to the Boilermakers in East Lansing Sunday.
Purdue will need help if it is going to win a Big Ten regular-season title, but it certainly is doing its part to make the race competitive.
Draymond Green scored 21 points and Delvon Roe added 16 for the Spartans (12-7, 4-3) but it wasn’t enough as the Spartans fell to the Boilermakers 86-76 in Indiana, Saturday night.
JaJuan Johnson scored 22 points, E’Twaun Thomas added 20 points and No. 12 Purdue opened the Big Ten season with an easy 80-57 victory over Michigan on Tuesday. The Boilermakers (12-1, 1-0 Big Ten) also […]
Purdue won a share of the Big Ten title for the first time in 14 years last season, but it knows repeating will be difficult. The 12th-ranked Boilermakers open conference play Tuesday afternoon against Michigan, […]
His shoulder and his ankle wouldn’t stop hurting, but that pain was nothing compared to the thought of his team’s Rose Bowl chances slipping away.
Michigan State Spartans come from behind in the fourth quarter to beat unranked Purdue 35-31 on Saturday afternoon.
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