This week, on Impact Izzone, hosts Andrew Hayes and Blake Froling talk the latest news on the recruitment trail. Later, they will each give their take on the status of MSU’s big men following the loss of Adreian Payne.
On the brighter side, Adreian Payne returns from his absence and the Impact Izzone crew break it down.
This week Hayes and Hayleigh Geurink talk about the Spartan’s status at the halfway mark of the Big Ten season.
Minnesota and Ohio State challenged Spartan basketball this past week, and Andrew Hayes discusses the hottest topics from each matchup.
Maybe it was a holiday hangover, but the Michigan State Spartans got off to a sluggish start in their 101-48 blowout over the University of New Orleans Saturday afternoon.
The Spartans committed six turnovers in the first eight minutes of the game. Read More…
In the long overdue return of the Izzone, Hayes talks about the Spartan’s game against North Florida as well as his take on the state of MSU basketball.
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A short-handed Michigan State team narrowly edged Oakland University, 67-63, Saturday night at the Palace of Auburn Hills.
The Spartans were without Gary Harris due to an ankle injury, Matt Costello because of mononucleosis and Kenny Kaminski who is suspended indefinitely, due to academic issues. Read More…
Michigan State took the title in the Coaches Vs Cancer Classic in Brooklyn, New York this weekend. The Spartans defeated Virginia Tech 96-77 on Friday and Oklahoma University 87-76 on Saturday.
In what was supposed to be a victory lap following a win against the No. 1 team in the nation, Michigan State struggled to defeat the Columbia University Lions 62-53 Friday night.
The Spartans started the game on a 9-0 run, but struggled to get out in transition for much of the game, with scoring on the fast break. State only had 10 fast break points on the game. Columbia led 26-22 at the half. Read More…