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Michigan State Breaks 3-Point School Record

“Nebrasketball” rolls on. This time, the victim was Penn State. So, if you are keeping count in places like Gretna, Beatrice and Scottsbluff—and I know you are—that’s four victories in a row for the Cornhuskers. I think the Huskers are going to make the Big Dance. Wow. Can’t believe I just typed that. Is Tim Miles the Big Ten Coach of the Year? Yep. He is right now. By the way: Don’t you think Miles looks like Sheldon Cooper with glasses?

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Did You See This? Spartans set school record

Adreian Payne

Michigan State Breaks 3-Point School Record

On Thursday night Michigan State found their shooting touch against Purdue as the Spartans jumped out to 49-38 first-half lead by hitting 13 of their 19 three-point attempts. But they didn’t stop there. The Spartans finished with 17 to set a new Michigan State record for three-pointers in one game.

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B1G Recaps: Huskers, MSU rack up wins

Keith Appling

Michigan State at Purdue - Top Plays

Gary Harris scored 25 points, grabbed three rebounds and handed out three assists as No. 13 Michigan State defeated Purdue 94-79 on Thursday in West Lafayette. Also, Terran Petteway led five Nebraska players in double digits with 26 points as Nebraska (15-10) defeated Penn State 80-67 in Lincoln.

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Evan Turner returns to scene of 'The Shot'

Ohio State Buckeyes guard Evan Turner (21) makes a three point shot to win the game at the buzzer against Michigan Wolverines guard Stu Douglas (1) during the quarterfinals of the Big Ten Tournament at Conseco Fieldhouse. Ohio State defeated Michigan 69-68. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-US PRESSWIRE

I Hit It To Win It: Evan Turner

Former Ohio State standout Evan Turner was acquired by the Indiana Pacers on Thursday in a trade with the Philadelphia 76ers, and Turner’s arrival in Indianapolis will surely bring back some memories. The fourth-year small forward sank an unforgettable shot against Michigan in the Big Ten Tournament quarterfinals in 2010. The Pacers play in that same arena – Banker’s Life Fieldhouse.

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