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Michigan State’s Derrick Nix and Keith Appling have played together since high school, so they know exactly how to push each others’ buttons if they need to. Apparently they needed to today against Memphis as the two players got into a towel fight during a team huddle.
What Happened Last Night: Indiana Holds Off Michigan State, Joe Johnson Hits A Buzzer-Beating Game-Winner
The NBA came back after it’s brief All-Star hiatus, and the Big Ten featured a crucial conference matchup that came down to the wire. In case you were (foolishly) doing something else, here’s what you missed.
Didn’t watch sports last night? First, shame on you. Second, fine. We’re right in the heart of basketball season right now – college and professional – so buckle up and keep your hands and feet inside the literary vehicle at all times.
Here we have Michigan State’s Johnny Adams and Nebraska’s Kenny Bell engaging in some post-whistle extracurriculars, the regular pushing and shoving to which football is accustomed. Except Adams took it a step too far when he tried to draw a flag with an egregious flop. Notice the referee on the left, who is completely unamused and doesn’t even flinch.
Yes, that’s Michael “The Situation” Sorrentino posting for a photo on the MSU sidelines with Spartans basketball coach Tom Izzo’s wife Lupe and an unidentified man.
In the second quarter of Alabama’s decimation of MSU, Crimson Tide running back Mark Ingram broke five tackles on one play, and as ESPN’s announcing team pointed out, reminded people why he was the Heisman trophy winner last year.
The protracted courtship of Michigan State coach Tom Izzo by the Cleveland Cavaliers failed – Izzo announced earlier tonight he’s staying where he is “for life.” The Cavs better have something good planned in his place.
Phil Jackson. Coach K. Esteemed educator John Calipari. These are just a few of the big name coaches (check the grid) who have been mentioned this offseason as possible successors to the current coaching vacancies in New Jersey, Chicago, and Cleveland.