Spartans-Terrapins Prepare For Big Ten ShowdownMaryland (23-5, 13-4) has a two-game lead on No. 24 Michigan State (19-9, 11-6) with three games left in the regular season. Illinois, Penn State and Wisconsin are in a four-way tie for second place with the Spartans. 
Spartans Keep Big Ten Title Hopes Alive With Win Over Iowa"Cassius had a miserable first half," Spartans coach Tom Izzo said. "He did what true champions are supposed to do and just did an unbelievable job in the second half."
Spartans Win In Lincoln, Pistons Thumped By Giannis And BucksThe Spartans, who have been struggling for almost a month, had a good shooting night, the Bucks had 70 points by halftime on their way to a 126-106 victory over the Detroit Pistons.
MSU Hoops Halts Skid With Win In ChampaignStar guard Ayo Dosunmu crumbled to the floor clutching his left knee moments after Michigan State's Xavier Tillman threw down a huge dunk that lifted the Spartans over the 22nd-ranked Illini 70-69.
Tillman And Winston Lead Spartans Past Northwestern 79-50"Cassius has to play better," Spartans coach Tom Izzo said. "There's nothing wrong with missing shots, but some of those turnovers are not like him."
Boilermakers Pummel Spartans 71-42Purdue held No. 8 Michigan State to its two lowest scoring halves of the season and lowest point total in nearly eight years as it snapped a two-game losing streak with a 71-42 upset.
Spartans On The RiseCassius Winston smoothly dribbling in and out of traffic, distributing the ball and making jump shots. Xavier Tillman controlling the interior on both ends of the court.
Spartans Thump Michigan 87-69Cassius Winston made his last home game against Michigan memorable with a sensational performance his in-state rivals would rather forget.
Spartans Open Big Ten Campaign With Victory Over RutgersCassius Winston had 23 points and seven assists, helping the Spartans top the Scarlet Knights 77-65 on Sunday night in the Big Ten opener for both teams.
Wolverines & Spartans Fall In ACC-Big Ten ChallengeDuke (8-1) looked like one of the top teams in the country and not a rebuilding one a week after losing at home to Stephen F. Austin. Jordan Nwora had 22 points and 12 rebounds, and Louisville held No. 4 Michigan to a season-low 26% shooting mark for a 58-43 victory Tuesday night.
Call It November-Madness As Spartans Take Down Seton Hall 76-73It was showdown of two of college basketball’s best teams and a showcase of two of the nation’s marquee players.