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05 March 2018, 12:43 | Rose Hansen
Michigan Ends MSU's 13-Game Winning Streak
It is a return to the championship stage that MI reached last season and walked off with a championship. Despite that, Pearson said he thought his team came out much more ready to play compared to Friday night.
Michigan State never got closer than five points the rest of the way. Their one championship came in 2009.
Beilein's unit got going with contributions from unexpected corners.
Turner hit another 3-pointer four minutes later that gave Tennessee (23-7, 13-5 SEC) its first lead since early in the first half. Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman led all scorers with 21. Michigan State coach Tom Izzo acknowledged that the scouting report he provided his players did not recognize those as possible.
"Their power play was good, and on the last one, we got out of sorts and it wasn't even their power play - they just moved the puck around, " Cole said.
For Beilein, a coach in his 40th season sweating his players' free throws, the image that he will hold moving forward is of Simpson's performance at the charity stripe this week.
It wasn't a good shooting day for MI (44.7 percent), but it took advantage of having a 33-10 disparity in free-throw attempts to knock off its in-state rivals for the second timethis season. He followed that up by hitting 6 of 8 against Michigan State. Simpson was 6-for-8 and Matthews was 4-for-6.
"We aren't doing total basketball the whole time, which is kind of nice doing that, to get a little of each", Sherry said. Just past the midpoint of the first half, the Boilermakers struggled, making only one of 10 shots.
Purdue, the conference's No. 1 seed, secured its place in the conference title game with a 78-70 win over Penn State Saturday evening.
The Wolverines looked like they might be on their way to slamming the door up nine and on a 2-on-1 break, but Miles Bridges picked off a Charles Matthews pass and allowed McQuaid to can another 3, cutting the lead to six with 2:07 left.
Rahkman made three 3-pointers, but none was bigger than one he hit with the shot-clock winding down with 2:45 to play. The No. 2 Spartans shouldn't feel so bad about their winless bouts vs. John Beilein's squad: No. 15 MI is finding ways to win that would lead any logical person to think another Sweet 16 run is in the works here.
"Coach and I have a really good relationship", said Wagner, who stood in front of the MI fans after the game and repeatedly waived his arms to encourage the celebration. "And I told my teammates, you know, I'll give it everything I've got to get this win". A university investigation found that family members had dinner with an agent a year ago. That's essentially the message Beilein has reiterated often these past two seasons, ever since an IL player called MI a "white-collar" team.
"Our mood is we're really mad, but like I said, we're not going to let it affect us in the future", Bridges said.
"I'm just trying to stay not too high, not too low, just trying to stay right in the middle".
For the Wolverines, there is a clear path to a title. He recalled his words during halftime when he confronted Wagner's woeful 0-7 start from the field.
Some might call it an upset or MI getting hot at the right time.
Bridges said after Friday's win against Wisconsin and awaiting their next opponent - either U-M or Nebraska - they "definitely" wanted another shot at the Wolverines. "We played with each other like that". "It really helps, I'm sure our guys watched that game".
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