The Michigan State Spartans have three great options at the power forward position. Gavin Schilling and Matt Costello look to come back and have another great season. With the addition of Deyonta Davis, the returning big men’s role are that much more important.
Tom Izzo now has depth at the four and five position, something he hasn’t had in a very long time. Costello is coming...
Michigan State Spartans forward Matt Costello is taking care of an injury that plagued him throughout the latter part of the college basketball season.
According to Joe Rexrode of the Detroit Free Press, Costello underwent an arthoscopic procedure on his left knee Thursday.
Following the procedure, Costello is set to miss “a couple of weeks.”
Once doctors believe the 6-foot...
Michigan State had a tough one for its home finale Wednesday night with the Purdue Boilermakers. Both teams went in to the game 19-10 and are fighting to make sure their resumes look good enough to get an invite to the Big Dance (both should make it). A win against a tough conference opponent certainly helps.Purdue held a lead at the half, but behind Travis Trice's career high 27...
Welcome to March. Here’s a video featuring Gus Johnson going absolutely crazy.
Late in the second half of Michigan State’s game against Purdue Wednesday evening, Spartans’ junior forward Matt Costello threw down an impressive reverse dunk, while getting fouled.
Johnson proceeded to lose his mind.
March is the best month.
In his first two years at Michigan State, Matt Costello has gotten to play alongside Derrick Nix and Adreian Payne. That won’t be the case in 2014.
Matt Costello’s performance will be crucial to MSU’s success next seasonCostello is going to be relied upon as the go-to big man for the Spartans next season. The only other option at the position in Gavin Schilling, who has a lot...
The last perfect home record in the Big Ten has fallen.
Michigan State topped Iowa 71-69 in overtime Tuesday night, handing the Hawkeyes their first home loss of the season and rebounding from the toughest loss of the 2013-14 campaign to date.
Here are four things to takeaway from MSU’s overtime win:
1. Sensational sophomores
Sophomores Matt Costello and Denzel...
EAST LANSING — Michigan State sophomore center Matt Costello might not have felt like his normal self in the Spartans’ 79-65 loss to North Carolina on Wednesday night, but he played like a new man.
Costello, who usually starts for the Spartans, came of the bench, and was limited, due to an illness that has been bothering him since MSU traveled to Brookyln, N.Y. for the Coaches...