Found January 16, 2013 on isportsweb.com:
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On Wednesday night the 18th ranked Michigan State basketball team (14-3, 3-1) will make their way to Happy Valley to take on the lowly Penn State Nittany Lions (8-8, 0-4). The meeting will mark the 38th meeting all time between the two, with Michigan State dominating the series 30-7. Tip off will be at 7:00 PM as the Spartans will be hoping to come away with their second straight road win in Big Ten play and their fourth straight win overall while the Nittany Lions will be fighting just to stay above .500. For Penn State, much of their season has become a lost cause. This due in large part to the fact that their leading scorer Tim Frazier went out with a ruptured achillies tendon in the fourth game of the season. Frazier, a 6’1″ senior guard from Houston Texas, was by far the best player on this Nittany Lions team. Last year he did everything he could to put the team on his back playing in over 37 minutes a game, leading the team in points (18.8), assists (6.2), rebounds (4.7) and s...
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