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Scouting Michigan State

National Championship or bust. A common narrative surrounding the Michigan State basketball program heading into the 2019-20 season. Ranked by many as the consensus preseason number one team, the Spartans have all the tools to make another deep run in March. Despite losing key contributors in Matt McQuaid, Nick Ward and Kenny Goins from last years Final Four squad, Coach

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Ranking the Top 10 Programs Based on Current Basketball and Football Teams

At the start of each week during their respective seasons, the recurring narratives around college football and basketball are created by the poll rankings. Other than having a number next to your name, rankings have little impact on a team’s future (besides the CFB Playoff rankings). Having bragging rights over other schools makes it even more enjoyable for fans. What

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EACH BIG TEN TEAMS’ BREAKOUT PLAYER IN 19-20

As we inch closer to what will be another thrilling Big Ten conference season, here are each teams’ breakout player to watch in 2019-2020: Rutgers-  Caleb McConnell (Sophomore) 2018-19 Season Stats: 5.5 PTS 2.5 REB  1.0 AST  41% FG Michigan- Isaiah Livers (Junior) 2018-19 Season Stats: 7.9 PTS 3.9 REB  0.7 AST  48.7% FG Michigan State- Aaron Henry (Sophomore) 2018-19 Season

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Where does Texas Tech go from here?

Chris Beard has officially turned Texas Tech into a basketball school. Following his third full season at the helm for the Red Raiders, Beard has pretty much done the unthinkable: back-to back elite eight appearances, and of course the first national championship appearance in school history. Although the Red Raiders were unable to cap off a tremendously successful season by

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‘Can’t Nobody Tell Me Nothin’ Red Raiders Ride Old Town Road to First National Championship Appearance

Chris Beard’s Texas Tech Red Raiders are now one win away from raising the National Championship trophy. The Red Raiders top rated defense once again proved its’ worth in a 61-51 grind it out victory over Michigan State Saturday night in Minneapolis. The Red Raiders were led by junior Matt Mooney, who scored a game high 22 points on 8-for-16

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