Found November 05, 2011 on Lions Blog:
Freshman point guard Travis Trice entered Michigan State's exhibition finale Friday night with little more than 5 minutes elapsed in the first half. About a minute later, Trice took a pass on the fast break, raced to the three-point line and hoisted up a questionable shot. He missed.
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