EAST LANSING – Magic Johnson may be the 1979 national championship team sitting in the first set of bleachers.
Or this Michigan State staff may only be losing loss.
Regardless of the reason, the Michigan State State team who took the floor on Saturday evening looked like fans of the audience who saw in December and January and a bit like the lost person three just going into the game.
No. Michigan State, who lasts in Minnesota, 79-55, on Saturday evening at Breslin Center, will be losing loss and will stay back in the Big Ten stands.
Nick Ward scored 22-point shooting 9-in-14 and was nine recalled
Matt McQuaid recorded a season-18-point, hitting four points, to accompany eight. Cassius Winston made 11 points available.
Michigan State (19-5, 10-3) 7-in-11 started off from the field and 16 points were led before the game was eighteen minutes old.
But some of US State personnel issues have not been withdrawn before half time. Winston wins his second doll up to 10:30 left and checked after scoring two points in seven minutes.
Shortly after that, Goins went to the corridor room with a bitter injury, robbing the State of Michigan on two of his beginners. A tense came back to the bench for the second half but was not checked in.2
He helped with Minnesota (16-8, 6-7) come back and find within 11 points at halftime.
But when Winston returned to refresh to start the second half, it was too big for the Gophers. Spartans junior point guard assisted two packs to Nick Ward and scored the third person to put the Spartans up to 17 less than two minutes on the half.
This was part of the 13-in-14 start that opened the game and ended up the lost streak in the Spartans in a dramatic way.
The State of Michigan will go on the road at No. 19 Wisconsin Tuesday.
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