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Michigan State Basketball: What Caleb Swanigan Brings to the Spartans

Whether it’s for one year or two, Caleb Swanigan will help put Michigan State’s frontcourt back on the map and assist Spartans coach Tom Izzo on the quest for his second national championship. At 6’8” and 265 pounds, the 5-star center...Show More Summary

Fundraiser offers chance to hang with coaches

Unique cancer fundraiser offers dinner & golf, including Tom Izzo and John Calipari.        

Fundraiser offers chance to hang with hoops coach

Unique cancer fundraiser offers dinner & golf, including Tom Izzo and John Calipari.        

Caleb Swanigan to Michigan State

2 weeks agoBasketball / NCAA : ZagsBlog

Caleb Swanigan, the 6-foot-8 2015 center from Fort Wayne (IN) Homestead High, committed to Michigan State and head coach Tom Izzo on the eve of the Nike Hoop Summit in Portland, Ore. Next year I will be going Michigan State university. Once a spartan. Always a Spartan — Big Sauce (@Biggs_Swanigan) April 10, 2015 The five-star center recently cut his list to […]

Caleb Swanigan to Michigan State: Spartans Land 5-Star Center Prospect

One of the class of 2015's crown jewels made a huge decision Friday as center Caleb Swanigan committed to play for Tom Izzo's Michigan State Spartans. Swanigan announced his decision on Twitter: Swanigan is a powerful 6'8", 265-pound center from Fort Wayne, Indiana. Show More Summary

1 Big Lesson From the Coaches of the Final Four That Every CEO Should Learn

Mike Krzyzewski, Tom Izzo, John Calipari, and Bo Ryan - magical names, remarkable coaches. Each has consistently built winners in college basketball. Congratulations to each for driving their teams to the Final Four. And the biggestShow More Summary

Tom Izzo captures MSU struggles in 10 photos

Tom Izzo was a study in frustration during Michigan State's 81-61 loss to Duke.        

Tom Izzo 'so sick of losing' to Duke

Tom Izzo is one of college basketball’s winningest coaches…unless he’s facing Mike Krzyzewski.  Saturday night, Izzo’s Michigan State squad fell to Coach K’s Duke team in the Final Four, 81-61. It’s the biggest margin of defeat for an Izzo-coached Spartans’ team in the NCAA Tournament. Show More Summary

Tom Izzo Made It Clear He Wasn’t Happy With The Officiating After MSU’s Final Four Loss

Duke defeated Michigan State 81-61 in tonight’s first semifinal. Throughout the game, MSU head coach Tom Izzo appeared quite irritated with the officiating. The Spartans committed 28 fouls to Duke’s 18, and the Blue Devils shot 37 free...Show More Summary

Read Tom Izzo's lips to see how he feels about Michigan State-Duke

(Spoiler: he's not happy) Michigan State hasn't really been able to get anything going and has been down by double digits for the entire second half, so... yeah, Tom Izzo would say that.

Sports of The Times: Michigan State’s Tom Izzo Looks to Knock Out a Friend, and a Blot on His Résumé

3 weeks agoNews : NYTimes: News

Tom Izzo has had unparalleled success over his 17 seasons at Michigan State, but since 2005 he has been unable to defeat Duke Coach Mike Krzyzewski, with whom he is close.

Michigan State vs. Duke 2015: Time, TV schedule and preview for Final Four

Two of college basketball's most well-known coaches face off in the Final Four on Saturday. Tom Izzo and Mike Krzyzewski face off in a classic coaching battle Saturday when the No. 1 Duke Blue Devils take on the No. 7 Michigan StateShow More Summary

Sports of The Times: Michigan State Coach Tom Izzo Looks to Knock Out a Friend, and a Blot on His Résumé

The only thing Izzo has not done consistently is beat Duke’s Mike Krzyzewski. Michigan State’s last victory against Duke was in 2005.

Thumbs down: Michigan State's Tom Izzo doesn't like Twitter

Michigan State's Tom Izzo gives thumbs down to Twitter; Frank Kaminsky gets badgered        

Tom Izzo on social media: Not one person on the planet benefits from it

Tom Izzo has made it abundantly clear on several occasions that he is no fan of social media. And during Friday’s Final Four press conference, the Michigan State Spartans head basketball coach upped his anti-Twitter crusade by arguing...Show More Summary

Final Four preview podcast: Kentucky-Duke is the championship game college basketball deserves

A Final Four podcast with a hint of McDonald's All-American Game talk. The Final Four is here, with three No. 1 seeds and Tom Izzo's surprising Michigan State team joining the party as a No. 7 seed. Before we head off to Indianapolis to cover the drama, Scott Phillips and I sat down and talked about the storylines heading into the weekend. Show More Summary

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