Found March 28, 2013 on
The Victory Formation:
Who doesn’t like the elephants at the circus? Better yet, who doesn’t like watching elephants playing hoops? After all, this is a sports site. Anyway, this is Asia the Elephant of Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey® fame. The circus is in town in Brooklyn, and they took sometime out of their day to shoot hoops and make their own predictions for the NCAA Tournament, before the start of the Sweet 16 this evening. Watch as Asia predicts here Final Four, which consists of Michigan State, La Salle, Florida Gulf Coast, and Miami, and her eventual selection for the National Title WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The pachyderm picks the Spartans. GO GREEN! GO WHITE! This is scientific stuff people. Place your bets!
BEST OF MAXIM
Kalin Lucas is one of the main reasons Michigan State is known as a March Madness tournament powerhouse. The Spartans made the tournament every year that Lucas led them from the point guard position, and if not for a serious Achilles injury, Lucas could have established himself as one of the best guards in Big Ten history.
The four-star ranked point guard made an immediate impact...
You’re not going to see a better coaching duel than when Tom Izzo and the third-seeded Michigan State Spartans face coach Mike Krzyzewski and the second-seeded Duke Blue Devils in a Sweet 16 matchup in Indianapolis this Friday at 9:45 p.m.
Coach “K” is 6-1 vs. Izzo, however in the NCAA tournament, both coaches have a record of 1-1.
Izzo will have junior point guard Keith...
TAKE THAT, DAD!
Michigan State Spartans head basketball coach Tom Izzo recently admitted that his son actually picked Duke over his old man's team in Friday's game.
INDIANAPOLIS, March 30 — Football has laid claim to the ideal that defense wins championships.
When two teams shoot under 41 percent from the floor in the NCAA tournament, you have to salute the boys that are bringing the pressure.
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(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By LARRY LAGE AP Sports Writer Michigan State's Adreian Payne has shown more flashes of his vast potential to boost his stock as an NBA prospect.
At least two teams in the league had top executives witness Payne's latest performance. The 6-foot-10, 240-pound forward had 14 points, 10 rebounds and a career-high five blocks...
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By MICHAEL MAROT AP Sports Writer Right in the middle of the Walk of Fame at Hamilton Southeastern High School - not far from the championship honors for mock trials, swimming and girl's golf - are two 8-by-13-inch photos. One shows a smiling two-time, all-state football player and the other an unassuming two-time, all-state basketball player.