Can Rutgers Build On Big Ten Tourney Success in 2018-19?

Coming into the 2018 Big Ten Tournament, no one gave Rutgers an ounce of respect. They were making their fourth consecutive appearance as the 14th seed in the tournament since they became the 14th team in the conference. That right there doesn’t deserve a lot of respect by itself. Corey Sanders has dominated this game

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Michigan Upends Purdue, Poises Way to Second Straight Big Ten Title

Michigan won their second straight Big Ten title beating Purdue 75-66 on Sunday at Madison Square Garden. Mo Wagner led Michigan with 17 points and was named the Big Ten Tournament Most Outstanding Player. One of the key matchups in the game manifested on the first two scoring possessions. Isaac Hass scored on Mo Wagner in

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2018 Big Ten Tournament: Michigan State, Purdue, Michigan, Penn State Advance to Semifinals

No. 1 Michigan State def. No. 9 Wisconsin, 63-60 The no. 1 seed was tested by Wisconsin in the quarterfinal round. Second Team All-Big Ten big man Ethan Happ got himself going inside early and often for Wisconsin. Happ finished with 22 points on 10-of-15 shooting from the floor. Michigan State closed the first half

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2018 Big Ten Tournament: Round 2 Sees Wisconsin Survive and Rutgers Make History

No. 9 Wisconsin def. No. 8 Maryland, 59-54 Game one of round two of the Big Ten Tournament saw Wisconsin grind out a hard-fought win against Maryland. Ethan Happ led the Badgers with 14 points and seven rebounds. Brad Davison added 13 points including some crucial buckets late in the second half. Sophomore guard Brevin

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Cassius Winston

Cassius Winston Scouting Report

Name: Cassius Winston School: Michigan State Year: Sophomore Height/Weight: 6’0, 185 lbs   Strengths:  In limited time last season, Cassius Winston showed that he will be key for the next three years as a potential elite floor general for Tom Izzo and the Michigan State Spartans. Winston was under the radar, averaging only 6.7 points per game on 42%

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