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Brian Lewerke threw for a touchdown and ran for another and No. 21 Michigan State held the ball for more than 47 minutes in defeating Rutgers 40-7 on Saturday to cap a terrific turnaround season.

Coach Tom Izzo and MSU men's basketball team at the celebration of the new Gilbert Pavilion.
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Matt McQuaid first tweaked his ankle. Then he started to get a cramp in his left quadriceps, followed by a cramp in his right quadriceps. In between stints on the bench to rest and get fluids, McQuaid helped No. 4 Michigan State make up for the absence of star Miles Bridges.

Miles Bridges
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Miles Bridges scored 20 points before limping off the court after injuring his left ankle , casting a pall over No. 2 Michigan State as it beat Stony Brook 93-71 on Sunday night.

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Mark Dantonio sounded ready for a relaxing night by the fireplace after Michigan State's snowy victory over Maryland.

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No. 11 Ohio State Buckeyes came out fast, scoring on five of their first six possessions on the way to a 48-3 rout of No. 13 Michigan State, a team that has given them headaches in recent years.

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