Tom Izzo ran off the Madison Square Garden court late Thursday night and through his euphoric reaction still muttered he wasn't sure how good this Michigan State team will be this season.
Sure, Michigan State started out 0-2 in the Big Ten. But with veteran players and a deadly triple-threat, expect these Spartans to be the last Big Ten team left standing in March, writes Andy Katz.
Take a step back and look at the big picture, Michigan State fans. The team is still poised for a Final Four run, Andy Katz writes.
With one game remaining, it might be time for Sean May to break out his dad on DVD.
The Spartans' balance and ability to defend makes them very dangerous.
What's most notable about Tar Heels-Spartans? Both teams actually have a post player.
Michigan State center Paul Davis isn't playing up to expectations -- his teammates', his coach's or his own.
Was that really Duke dominating Michigan State from the inside out in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge? No question.
If Wayne Simien is as dominant as he was against Michigan State, Kansas could be back in the Final Four.
Who stays and who leaves early dictates the early favorites to win the 2004 national championship.
Texas has three former national champs in its regional -- UConn, Maryland and Michigan State.
A victory over Wake Forest and upcoming showdown with Louisville has Marquette in the national spotlight.