Michigan State has paid a Title IX investigative firm $3.9 million since February, Outside the Lines reports. Just 25 investigations were completed in 2017-18 -- down from 74 the year before -- and the average investigation length has grown 50 percent.
2019 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/61L 92-87
- 11/11W 106-82
- 11/14W 80-59
- 11/18W 101-33
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Michigan State has received a letter of intent from 6-foot-8 forward Malik Hall.
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- Izzo says Ward's low ankle sprain not serious
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Nick Ward scored 23 points and Cassius Winston added 19 to lead No. 11 Michigan State to a 101-33 victory against Tennessee Tech on Sunday, tying the largest margin of victory in program history.
Cassius Winston scored 14 of his 23 points in the opening minutes of the second half, bouncing back from a rough start to help No. 11 Michigan State beat Louisiana-Monroe 80-59 on Wednesday night.
Michigan State forward Nick Ward suffered a low ankle sprain in the first half of Wednesday night's game, but coach Tom Izzo doesn't "think it's anything serious."
Tom Izzo has already had it with how college basketball is being officiated this season. And he doesn't blame the referees. "The poor officials are mandated," Izzo said. "... But the stoppage of action in that game made it the most boring game."
Before conversations with Texas HC Shaka Smart (24:03) and Texas Tech HC Chris Beard (37:48) about their expectations for the season, Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich share their reactions to the "Champions Classic", including Duke's big win over Kentucky (1:45) as well as Kansas' nail-biter over Michigan State (13:29).
Quentin Grimes scored 21 points in his college debut and Dedric Lawson added 20 points and 14 rebounds to lead No. 1 Kansas past No. 10 Michigan State 92-87 in the season-opening Champions Classic on Tuesday.
Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer
FINAL: Kansas 92, Michigan State 87. Jayhawks struggled offensively late in the game, but they're further along in their development than Michigan State. Spartans looking for go-to-guys to emerge. Was impressed with Kenny Goins.
Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer
Michigan State with 17 assists on 20 field goals -- but the Spartans can't get consistent stops on the defensive end and when they do, they're stagnating offensively. Kansas has gone into a bit of a lull the last few minutes, but Michigan State hasn't been able to truly take advantage. The Jayhawks keeping Spartans at an arm's length.
Myron Medcalf ESPN Staff Writer
Numbers to know after the first half: Dedric Lawson finished 2-for-10 but grabbed 11 rebounds. Udoka Azubuike matched the entire Michigan State roster with 10 points in the paint. Nick Ward, the most important player on the roster, started 0-for-5. Bad first half for Michigan State.
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