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Michigan State guard Brandan Kearney has decided to transfer.
Coach Tom Izzo says Kearney came back from Christmas break and told him he was going to try to find a place where he could play a larger role. Kearney says in a statement that he wishes his teammates the best and he's thankful for his opportunity with the Spartans.
The 6-foot-5 Kearney is averaging 2.3 points per game and 16.9 minutes in 2012-13. The 19th-ranked Spartans play at Minnesota on Monday.
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EAST LANSING — While the timing is more of a shock than the act itself, Michigan State head coach Tom Izzo announced today after the Spartans practice that sophomore Brandan Kearney will transfer from MSU.
The 6-foot-5 guard from Southeastern High School in Detroit said this in his statement to MSU:
“I’m thankful to Michigan State and the basketball program for the opportunity...
EAST LANSING, Mich. Michigan State basketball coach Tom Izzo announced Friday afternoon that sophomore guard Brandan Kearney, an All-State selection at Detroit Southeastern High, has decided to leave the program and will transfer to another school.
Brandan Kearney came back from Christmas break and informed me it was in his best interests to pursue other avenues in his basketball...
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