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Wednesday, February 14, 2007

2/14/07 - Tuesday Recap

Michigan State held Michigan to just 44 points on 35% shooting and finished the Wolverines off with a 21-8 run to end the game. But it was all about the Spartan defense last night. MSU forced 20 Michigan turnovers and really put the clamps down after half holding UM to just 31% shooting in the 2nd half. Drew Neitzel was the game's high scorer with 21 points on 15 shots. State coach Tom Izzo summed up the victory, "It's big because it was the Michigan game; it's big because it stopped a four-game streak, and it's big because it keeps us above water." The Spartans next game is Saturday at home against Iowa.

Snowed out:
  • The Indiana-Purdue game scheduled for tonight has been postponed to Thursday night at 7PM.
  • Northwestern at Iowa has also been postponed to Thursday night. The men will now play at 6PM, and the Hawkeye women will play after the men's game.
  • This marks the 1st time Big Ten games have been postponed since the 1998-99 season.

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Blogger twins15 said ... (February 14, 2007 at 11:37 AM) : 

That as definitely a must win for the Spartans. They've got a tough road to close out the conference year (though playing at home will help), and falling to 4-7 would have been the end for them most likely. As it is, I bet a lot of teams are hoping they start losing, because no one wants to face a Tom Izzo coached team in the Tourney.


Blogger Brad said ... (February 14, 2007 at 12:00 PM) : 

It's going to be tough, they still have 2 games left with Wisconsin. But they sure do look like a different team at home. The Defense has been solid all year, if they can just limit the turnovers and get Neitzel going, they will be tough to beat at home.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (February 14, 2007 at 3:49 PM) : 

What are your thoughts on the Indiana at Purdue game that is now on Thursday? I think Purdue needs this win to really help its tourny chances. but for teams that have beaten Ind - like Iowa, Butler, others - they would need Ind to keep winning so that they have the good RPI team win.


Blogger Brad said ... (February 14, 2007 at 6:34 PM) : 

Right now my gut tells me Purdue squeaks by with a win, but it's pretty much a toss up. Indiana has struggled a bit on the road, and the Boilers have been very tough in Mackey. Purdue REALLY needs to win one of their next 2 games (Ind and @ Iowa) to get to 9-7.


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