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Columbia may produce students with world-class intelligence but Michigan State’s student section proved otherwise. On TWO separate occasions the ‘Izzone’ goaded the Lions into a shot clock violation by counting down from the wrong time, frustrating Columbia’s coach and making his players look like fools. According to a student in attendance: “Izzone member here. In the first half of the game we start counting down from 6 when the shot clock says 10. In the second half we start counting down from 10 when the shot clock says 6. It fools more teams then (sic) you would think.” The joke was nearly on Michigan State, though, because Columbia almost pulled off a huge upset. They led for most of the second half, but ultimately the soon-to-be #1 Spartans pulled away for a 62-53 victory. Needless to say, we know what Columbia is going to spend some extra time working on in practice. [reddit] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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Who: No. 2 Michigan State Spartans (3-0) vs. Portland Pilots (1-1)
What: Coaches vs. Cancer Classic
When: Nov. 18 (7 p.m.) (BTN)
Where: East Lansing, Mich. (Breslin Center)
Fun Fact: One previous meeting
The Michigan State Spartans and the Portland Pilots have only played each other one time prior to this Monday’s matchup.
The first meeting took place on Dec. 29, 1961, and the...
Coach Tom Izzo gives some instruction to Adreian Payne (5) on the bench. (Photo by: Jon Coffey/isportsweb.com)
Tom Izzo walked up to the podium to conduct his post game interview. He notices that, unlike people do normally, there were no recorders set on the podium to record his interview. “I don’t blame you, I wouldn’t put a recorder up here either,” Izzo admitted.
In the midst of the No. 1 Michigan State basketball team once again struggling to a lesser foe at home Monday night, MSU senior guard Keith Appling found a way to lead the Spartans past Portland, 82-67.
Appling was by far the best player on the court all night long, finishing the game with a game-high 25 points, 7 assists in 38 minutes of action, including going 5-5 from 3-point...
Keith Appling matched a career high with 25 points to help No. 1
Michigan State pull away to beat Portland 82-67 on Monday night in
its first game as a top-ranked team in 13 years.