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Just prior to the Michigan St/Michigan tilt on Tuesday night, Sparty photobombed ESPN’s Samantha Ponder H/T @Tim_Goergen
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During Tuesday's Michigan-Michigan State basketball game in East Lansing, Samantha Ponder (formerly Samantha Steele) was doing a courtside report when Michigan State mascot Sparty rolled in behind her and flexed in awesome Sparty fashion. Ponder seemed none the wiser to the mascot making an appearance behind her. Once again, Sparty proves that he's the best mascot in college...
Michigan State Spartans mascot "Sparty" videobombed ESPN college basketball analyst Samantha Ponder as she was in the middle of one of her live courtside reports during Tuesday night's college basketball game in East Lansing against arch-rival Michigan.
Ponder didn't seem to notice Sparty flexing his muscles behind her as she continued her report. However, Ponder...
EAST LANSING — Below are some video clips (courtesy of David Harns of isportsweb.com) of some post-game reactions from Michigan State players and head coach Tom Izzo after the No. 8 Spartans cruised past the No. 4 Wolverines Tuesday night:
On Dawson’s defense:
On Michigan State going forward:
It’s never happened. Not once. For as long as the two schools from the great state of Michigan have been playing basketball, they have never come across this particular occurrence once in any of their previous 169 match ups.
But on Tuesday it will happen. The two rival schools will square off for the first time ever while both being ranked as one of the top ten teams in the nation...
EAST LANSING — So… Did anyone see this coming? A game that was looked at as one of the best matchups during college basketball’s Rivalry Week quickly turned into a lopsided beatdown. The Breslin Center was crowded with a sea of white, as the requested white-out was in full effect, but ironically enough, the Spartans may have caused the Wolverines to have a black-out kind of...
Here’s Tom Izzo and Keith Appling after Michigan State’s emphatic blowout win over Michigan on Tuesday evening. Izzo’s assessment of the game was succint. “We probably played our best game in 3 years,” he said. “And they probably played one of their worst.”
Appling after the jump.