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    Default Iowa (16) @ Michigan St (21) - 12/30/18

    East Lansing, MI - 1:00 PM ET
    TV: ESPN2 (Eric Frede, Kara Lawson)

    Video: (tvpli)


    Live stats:

    MSU is third in the nation and first in the Big Ten in assists to turnover ratio (1.56), as well as standing second in the country and tied for first in the league in assists per game (22.4).

    Iowa is first in field goal percentage (.527) and free throw percentage (.798). The Hawkeyes are right behind the Spartans in scoring offense, scoring 84.7 ppg, compared to MSU's 85.6 ppg.

    Iowa senior Megan Gustafson is nearing a milestone. With 2,094 points, she is just nine points away from breaking Ally Disterhoft's Iowa scoring record of 2,102 points that was set in 2017. Gustafson is first in the nation and the Big Ten in scoring, averaging 26.5 points per game. She is also the national leader in field goal percentage (.747) and field goals made (121). Gustafson is also second in the league in rebounds, averaging 12.5 rpg.

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    MSU getting punched in the mouth in the first quarter.

    15-4 Iowa

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shades View Post
    MSU getting punched in the mouth in the first quarter. Gustafson. But they've come back 17-14.

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    Never mind....all tied up now at 19

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    23-23 end of first

    Allen and Gustafson 10 pts ea

    Is Lamke going to be able to defend Allen out at the the point line?

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    43-37 Iowa at the half

    Gustafson with 21 pts, 7 reb, 1 ast

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    It's important to play ball-denial defense on Gustafson.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shades View Post
    It's important to play ball-denial defense on Gustafson.
    And double on the pass.

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    84-70 MSU final

    Clouden (freshman guard) 27 pts, 4 reb, 5 ast, 2 stl
    Allen (Oregon killer center) 20 pts, 17 reb, 3 ast, 2 blk

    Gustafson 30 pts, 14 reb, 1 ast

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    In my opinion, MSU will have a good chance to finish second in the BIG this year, behind Maryland. The Spartans are very deep. With a slimmed-down and now more effective Allen and with a point guard Clouden who will contend for BIG freshman of the year, the Spartans are going to be tough to beat, especially when they get Colley going again as she comes back from her injury. (She didn't contribute much today in the win over Iowa.)

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    I watch a deep team like MSU and then I watch the Gophers and there's no comparison in bench talent. The Gophers Iron Five is going to have to hold up all year and that's going to be difficult. Depth is something the Gophers are going to have to work on for next year's team. (It should be noted that UConn isn't very deep either this year, nor very tall, so it can be done. But the Gophers will have to remain healthy and hopefully they can get Hubbard on the floor again...soon.)

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    There were certainly heavy minutes at the top of the lineups for Iowa and MSU:

    Iowa Minutes (starters bolded):

    38 Davis
    36 Gustafson
    33 Stewart
    31 Doyle
    26 Meyer

    25 Servillian
    11 Olinger

    MSU Minutes (Colley and Gaines' time were certainly reduced by foul trouble):

    39 Allen
    38 Clouden
    37 McCutcheon

    27 Cook
    15 Gaines
    15 Colley

    21 Hollie
    7 Cooks
    1 Belles

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    Nice crowd in East Lansing...9520.

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    We were out for lunch with several friends. The game was on one of the screens. I saw MSU down early, then tie it, then it was 19-19. My next glance and it was the Lions-Packers game? Obviously the restaurant didn't understand the difference between meaningful and meaningless games.

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