I was truly interested to get a bead on what everyone outside of the Hoosiers blogosphere was thinking about this past Saturday's loss. Of course mostwalked away with the big picture thought that Michigan State is certainly struggling. But most also as a secondary thought to the game credited IU for growth from door mat to a team to cautiously uncertain about when their team meets IU on the field. I think that sounds about right. IU has the firepower to give teams a scare and with a defensive performance like this past Saturday they certainly could steal some games down the stretch.
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The bottom line after today is that MSU’s Big Ten title hopes have dimmed. The Spartans’ performance – despite the second-half turnaround – was not one of a champion.
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Heading into the Hoosiers' home turf down in Bloomington, Indiana, Michigan State was heavily-favored from the get go to dominate a struggling Indiana team
There were several momentum-swinging points of consequence, but the one that might have most changed the game (and the scoreboard directly) came late in the second quarter.
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Were there any positives to take away from the Michigan State Spartans dismal performance against the Indiana Hoosiers?