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Tuesday 1/22/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore




MICHIGAN ST (16 - 3) at WISCONSIN (13 - 5)
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Tuesday, 1/22/2013 7:00 PM
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MICHIGAN ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games16-3+1.86-107-870.333.246.8%38.858.427.738.3%30.8
Road Games4-3-1.22-53-465.431.644.0%35.765.331.946.4%31.6
Last 5 Games5-0+43-23-270.430.244.5%36.660.828.242.3%31.2
Conference Games5-1+33-34-269.231.544.5%35.863.330.044.7%32.5
MICHIGAN ST Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)70.333.225-5446.8%5-1433.1%15-2171.1%391014169144
vs opponents surrendering66.129.523-5641.3%6-1832.3%14-2070.2%36912187144
Team Stats (Road Games)65.431.625-5744.0%5-1336.0%11-1664.9%361013188134
Stats Against (All Games)58.427.721-5438.3%5-1730.9%12-1964.6%31811188144
vs opponents averaging67.231.224-5742.2%6-1832.7%13-2067.7%361013187134
Stats Against (Road Games)65.331.924-5146.4%5-1437.1%13-1869.0%32713157136

WISCONSIN - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games13-5-2.16-105-770.233.144.5%36.955.825.240.1%31.3
Home Games10-1-3.55-42-475.437.247.2%39.649.619.537.3%27.8
Last 5 Games4-1+4.82-31-462.227.242.8%35.054.424.439.7%33.4
Conference Games4-1+4.82-31-462.227.242.8%35.054.424.439.7%33.4
WISCONSIN Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)70.233.126-5844.5%8-2235.1%11-1762.4%37121414694
vs opponents surrendering65.230.123-5641.8%6-1933.4%12-1868.9%34912186133
Team Stats (Home Games)75.437.228-6047.2%8-2237.7%11-1665.7%40121612895
Stats Against (All Games)55.825.221-5240.1%4-1330.4%10-1570.7%3178185132
vs opponents averaging68.332.524-5544.2%6-1834.0%14-1970.6%35913176134
Stats Against (Home Games)49.619.519-5137.3%4-1329.5%8-1165.9%2867175142
Average power rating of opponents played: MICHIGAN ST 72.8,  WISCONSIN 73.6
MICHIGAN ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/5/2012ARK-PINE BLUFF76-44W-30.5W125.5U28-5650.0%451915-5427.8%3120
12/15/2012TUSKEGEE INSTU92-56W - -30-6744.8%632221-7229.2%3517
12/18/2012@ BOWLING GREEN64-53W-12L122.5U26-5448.1%381519-5832.8%3510
12/31/2012@ MINNESOTA63-76L6.5L128.5O28-6344.4%321430-5356.6%3916
1/10/2013@ IOWA62-59W-2W136U23-5740.4%361223-5145.1%3518
1/16/2013@ PENN ST81-72W-10.5L125O26-5547.3%33724-5048.0%308
1/19/2013OHIO ST59-56W-1W132.5U22-5044.0%341319-4740.4%2514
1/22/2013@ WISCONSIN              
1/27/2013@ INDIANA              
2/9/2013@ PURDUE              

WISCONSIN - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/4/2012NEBRASKA-OMAHA86-40W-36W -34-7048.6%49917-5133.3%2619
12/8/2012@ MARQUETTE50-60L-2.5L130.5U17-5232.7%351425-5248.1%3916
12/12/2012WI-GREEN BAY65-54W-17.5L128U24-5147.1%32621-5637.5%359
12/29/2012SAMFORD87-51W-29W -31-5952.5%43618-5135.3%2210
1/3/2013PENN ST60-51W-18.5L124U22-5738.6%32424-5246.2%3815
1/6/2013@ NEBRASKA47-41W-8.5L118U20-5337.7%38618-4936.7%358
1/15/2013@ INDIANA64-59W10.5W133U23-5145.1%28820-5437.0%3711
1/19/2013@ IOWA66-70L-1L127.5O25-5843.1%341222-5143.1%337
1/22/2013MICHIGAN ST              
1/29/2013@ OHIO ST              
2/3/2013@ ILLINOIS              
2/14/2013@ MINNESOTA              
MICHIGAN ST: Tom Izzo's squads will always compete, and Izzo squads with this much talent have the potential to be special. Last year's centerpiece Draymond Green is gone, but there is a plethora of talent waiting in the wings to take this team past last year's Big Ten regular season title that they shared with Michigan. Junior guard Keith Appling (11.4 PPG, 3.9 APG) is primed for a breakout season as the go-to guy while sophomore swingman Branden Dawson (8.4 PPG, 4.5 RPG) was second on the team in rebounding as a freshman and presents significant matchup issues with his athletic 6-foot-6 frame. Six-foot-10 center Adreian Payne (7.0 PPG, 4.2 RPG) should also be prepared to handle a bigger role after making the most of his 17.9 MPG last season as well. And watch out for freshman shooting guard Gary Harris, who not only can score, but will provide MSU with a lockdown defender, which is vital in this conference with such talented guard play.
WISCONSIN: Head coach Bo Ryan's Badgers may not be able to match up to Indiana, Michigan, Michigan State and Ohio State in this year's Big Ten but they should be favored against the rest of the competition. Wisconsin's defense and slow tempo is legendary, holding opponents to a Division-I low 53.2 PPG, and that shouldn't change even without last year's leader Jordan Taylor, who had a team-high 14.8 PPG and 4.1 APG. Now it's time for Ryan Evans (11.0 PPG, 6.8 RPG) and Jared Berggren (10.5 PPG, 4.9 RPG, 1.7 BPG) to lead this team from the inside out. Despite standing at 6-foot-10 and playing center in a lot of Ryan's lineups, Berggren is also a threat on the perimeter, averaging 1.3 threes per game last year, where he will be especially needed considering sniper Josh Gasser, who played 34.1 MPG last year and nailed 45.2% of his shots from beyond the arc, is out for the year with a torn ACL. At 6-foot-7, freshman SF Sam Dekker will be a perfect addition to Ryan's style of play, giving this team a lengthy and flexible roster that should continue to play lockdown defense.
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*Michigan St.-Wisconsin Preview* ================================


Michigan State (16-3) at Wisconsin (13-5), 7:00 p.m. EDT

While the home team has generally controlled this series of late, Big Ten-leading Michigan State pulled out a gritty win during its last visit to Madison.

The No. 13 Spartans know a repeat performance won't be easy to come by.

Surging Michigan State aims for a fourth consecutive victory over Wisconsin, which looks to extend its home winning streak to eight Tuesday night.

The Spartans (16-3, 5-1), who've taken seven straight from Wisconsin (13-5, 4-1) on their own court, had been outscored by an average of 13.4 points during an eight-game skid at the Kohl Center before escaping with a 63-60 overtime win last Jan. 3.

Michigan State went on to beat Wisconsin 69-55 at the Breslin Center and 65-52 in last season's conference tournament, but the Badgers have to be feeling good about getting back in front of their home crowd. Coach Bo Ryan's team has outscored opponents by an average of 24.4 points during its run at home, most recently cruising to a 74-51 rout of then-No. 12 Illinois on Jan. 12.

"Going on the road against Wisconsin is going to be a tough game for us because Wisconsin is a great team," Spartans guard Branden Dawson said. "Last year, we beat them at home, I'd say we stole one from them. They're going to be looking for revenge. They're going to come out and play as hard as they can and we are just going to have to keep our composure and play hard. We have to keep winning together as a team."

Michigan State enters this showdown seeking a season best-tying sixth consecutive win after sneaking by then-No. 11 Ohio State 59-56 on Saturday. Junior standout Keith Appling scored a team-high 15 points, including six over the last 41 seconds.

"Appling at winning time has been as good as anybody," coach Tom Izzo told the Spartans' official website. "He's just got to get that a little earlier in the game. I've got to make sure Keith understands he's got to play that way in the first 35 minutes."

The Spartans will likely be counting on Appling all the more during this difficult two-game road stretch. They visit No. 7 Indiana on Sunday.

"Playing away will be tough but in order to win Big Ten championships you have to be able to win on the road regardless of the crowd or what the team brings," Dawson said. "We need to keep up our momentum and continue the success. As we continue this season we will keep improving and get the championships we want."

Wisconsin beat the Hoosiers 64-59 in Bloomington last Tuesday but couldn't keep up Saturday in a 70-66 loss at Iowa. Seniors Jared Berggren and Ryan Evans, averaging a combined 23.9 points, totaled 14 as the Badgers' starting five scored just 31.

Freshman George Marshall proved to be a bright spot, posting a season-high 20 points in 15 minutes off the bench.

"Our seniors really struggled, but it's not their fault," Ryan told the school's official website. "Sometimes when (the seniors) struggle the other players need to pick up the slack. If you aren't getting it from one place, you have to get it from another."

The Badgers will be without reserve Frank Kaminsky for a second straight game due to an eye injury. They could also be missing Marshall, whose status is unknown after sitting out Monday's practice with an illness.

Wisconsin has taken 12 of 15 home matchups against Top 25 opponents, though each of those losses came last season.

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