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Michigan State has been on a roll of late, winning 12 straight games since losing to Duke in the first couple weeks of the season. On top of that, the Spartans have won three straight games by 40-plus points in which they have reached the 100-point plateau in each.
Savannah State comes to town as the final non-conference matchup for the Spartans and they also have one of the worst defenses Michigan State will face all year. This one could get ugly, especially if the Spartans can adequately defend the 3-point line.
League play for the Big Ten teams technically already started a couple of weeks ago with teams each playing a pair of games in early December thanks to a scheduling quirk. The Michigan State Spartans 12-1 (2-0) already have a pair of wins over Rutgers and Nebraska to start things off.
In the week prior to getting back to conference play, most of the teams have been playing tune-up games, mostly ending in blowouts, except of course the Scarlet Knights. The Spartans were no different, trouncing Cleveland State by 50 on Friday Knight.
Michigan State scored 111 points, which is the third straight game hitting the century mark — something the team did not do in the first 10 games. Joshua Langford led the Spartans with 23 points while Nick Ward was too much to handle down low with 22 points and 14 rebounds. Miles Bridges had an all-around good game, with 18 points, eight boards, and seven assists.
The reason why I’m sure that the Spartans will have their way with the Tigers isn’t because they’re some small, inferior school, but that Savannah State is literally the worst defensive team in the country. The MEAC program gives up 96.8 ppg, which is the worst in all of D-I college basketball. In eight of the 14 games played, the Tigers have surrendered at least 100+ points, including 115 to Louisiana-Lafayette, and 108 to William and Mary.