Freshman Malik Hall hit a layup with 26 seconds to play and scored all 17 of his points in the second half as No. 3 Michigan State overcame a late five-point deficit and beat No. 12 Seton Hall 76-73 Thursday night in a wildly exciting contest worthy...
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/52L 69-62
- 11/10W 100-47
- 11/1412W 76-73
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- Powell drops 37 in return to Seton Hall lineup
- Kentucky, Duke take over top 2 spots in AP poll
- Winston stars for Spartans after brother's death
- MSU's Winston highlights Wooden preseason list
Myles Powell returned more quickly than expected from an ankle injury, and scored 37 points in No. 12 Seton Hall's loss to No. 3 Michigan State on Thursday night.
Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast by digging into the James Wiseman situation further, talking about how talented Memphis is and sharing why Washington is as impressive as any team they've watched. Next, UCLA head coach Mick Cronin joins the podcast (15:52) to discuss his biggest surprise when taking the job, why it will be a season-long process to get his team where they should be, toughness being a skill and how he's ingratiating himself with the UCLA family. Later, the guys discuss VCU's win over LSU, Ohio State looking like a top-tier Big Ten team and Michigan State's scoring struggles (43:53).
With wins last week in the Champions Classic, Kentucky and Duke have moved up to the top two spots in the latest AP poll. Michigan State, Louisville and Kansas round out the top five.
Playing a night after the death of his brother, Cassius Winston had 17 points and 11 assists to lift No. 1 Michigan State to an emotional 100-47 victory over Binghamton in the Spartans' home opener Sunday night.
Cassius Winston started for top-ranked Michigan State on Sunday, a day after his younger brother Zachary Winston died when he was struck by a train.
Which schools have the best chance to hear their names called twice in mid-March? We ranked the top dual threats.
Dan Dakich and Seth Greenberg tip off the podcast by discussing the Champions Classic, Cole Anthony dropping 34 in his first game and Virginia holding Syracuse to its fewest points since 1945. Next, the guys are joined by Texas Tech head coach Chris Beard (10:46) to talk about how he doesn't plan on rewatching the title game until he wins the whole thing, what's changed with recruiting after last year's success, the concept of "coaching through tape," his love of Whataburger and the origins of the Fireside Chat. Later, Seth and Dan touch on Andrew Jones dropping 20 for Texas in his first game back after being diagnosed with leukemia, the championship probability of the four Champions Classic teams (33:44) and Baylor-Washington in the Armed Forces Classic.
The North Carolina freshman scored 34 in a memorable opener, and the Cavaliers relied on their trademark D. Will Kansas make adjustments on Friday?
The coaching stars of college hoops shone brightly in Tuesday night's Champions Classic. The games resumed ... while the game remains on notice.
Kentucky and Duke were the big winners at the Champions Classic. UNC's Cole Anthony is Wednesday's main attraction.
Tyrese Maxey, Kentucky's latest freshman star, scored 26 points and the second-ranked Wildcats opened the season with a 69-62 victory against No. 1 Michigan State on Tuesday night in the Champions Classic at Madison Square Garden.
Reigning Big Ten Player of the Year Cassius Winston is among the 50 preseason candidates -- as are 10 freshman players -- for the Wooden Award, given annually to the country's most outstanding player.
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