TRAVIS TRICE RUMORS & GOSSIP
In this week’s isportsweb Detroit Free Press guest column I take a look at Michigan State’s senior guard Travis Trice and his journey to stardom. Read the isportsweb column online in the Detroit Free Press every Monday and as always, preview the column here and continue reading at Freep.com.
Tom Izzo has been known to work some magic with unheralded recruits, but the journey...
SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) Travis Trice learned it's far less nerve-wracking playing with a Final Four berth on the line than it is getting basketball score updates by phone.
Either way, the Michigan State senior guard was left emotionally spent after what proved to be a twice-is-nice-for-the-Thrice-family weekend.
Trice, on Sunday hit two free throws with 10.1 seconds left in overtime...
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They’re throwing quite a celebration party at the Breslin Center tonight.
Michigan State’s men’s basketball team, which clinched a berth into the Final Four earlier this afternoon with a victory against Louisville in the Elite Eight in Syracuse, is back in East Lansing.
Tom Izzo’s squad was welcomed home by thousands of roaring fans at their arena.
Senior guard Travis Trice scored 17 points and the seventh-seeded Spartans clamped down on defense to pull out a 76-70 victory over fourth-seeded Louisville in a thrilling NCAA Tournament East Regional final Sunday.
Michigan State, a team that was 13-7, 4-3 in the Big Ten in late January, has reached the Final Four. It’s incredible.
The No. 7-seeded Spartans defeated No. 4 seed Louisville in overtime in the Elite Eight at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse Sunday afternoon, 76-70. The win sends Tom Izzo to the national semifinals for the seventh time in his career in East Lansing.
The Spartans shot 30.3% in the 1st half and going into the final minute were shooting a putrid 3/10 from the free throw line. Travis Trice and Denzel Valentine put the team on their backs, combining for 27 second half points including going 6/6 from the free throw line in the final minute to close […]
Travis Trice scored a game-high 23 points in the Spartans’ round of 32 game against Virginia.
He did it again. Tom Izzo worked his march magic and took a team of what was supposed to be all role players – a team that had been struggling to win the “big one” all throughout the year – and exceeded expectations by advancing to the Sweet 16. For those who follow college...
Although it wasn’t exactly a work of art, Michigan State’s 60-54 victory over Virginia in the round of 32 was probably its most impressive victory of the season. As expected it was a physical, defensive game and Michigan State, led by seniors Travis Trice and Branden Dawson, proved to be the tougher team.
Branden Dawson brought valuable energy against Virginia
Sunday, the Michigan State Spartans scored a huge upset, knocking off 2-seed Virginia to reach the Sweet 16 for the fourth year in a row. Senior Travis Trice was a major reason why, as the Spartans guard scored 23 points on 7-of-15 shooting. Apparently, he had a little extra motivation to get the job done, provided by another former MSU star.
CBS Sports’ Chip Patterson reported...
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An inauspicious start turned into a magical ending as the Michigan State Spartans defeated the Maryland Terrapins 62-58 in the Big Ten Semifinals.
It was the senior show for Michigan State, as Travis Trice and Branden Dawson combined for 37 points including all 13 of a 13-2 run in the first half that cut a 23-7 lead for Maryland down to just five.
“It wasn’t all bad defense...