Kansas vs. Michigan State Online Live Stream, TV Broadcast Info

Everything you need to know about the Kansas vs. Michigan State online live stream and TV broadcast, as well as game notes and prediction.


The Jayhawks, for once, don’t have a standout freshman to take away shots from Perry Ellis and Wayne Selden Jr., so now it’s their time to shine for Bill Self’s squad. But they’ll have a tough time going up against yet another talented team coached by Tom Izzo. Michigan State senior Denzel Valentine looks like the real deal this season coming off a near triple-double in the opening game.

Kansas has won the last 11 regular-season titles in the Big 12 and is returning four starters from last season’s team, which went 27-9 but was upset by Wichita State in the round of 32 in the tournament.

Michigan State was a No. 7 seed in the tourney, but Izzo worked his magic to get the Spartans to the Final Four, where they lost 81-61 to Duke. So, basically, it took the national champion Blue Devils to knock out the Spartans. 

Below is everything you need to know about the game, including the Kansas vs. Michigan State online live stream, TV broadcast information, game notes and prediction.


Kansas vs. Michigan State Online Live Stream, Game Broadcast Information


Prediction

Kansas is going to score … a lot. Ellis and Selden will lead the charge against the Spartans, who let opponents shoot 33.2 percent from three last year. Valentine is going to limit the damage with an all-around performance, but the 6-foot-5 guard won’t do enough to notch a triple-double —which the Spartans would definitely need to beat the Jayhawks. Freshman Deyonta Davis will do work for MSU on the boards, but in the end he’ll be topped by Kansas’ more experienced front court. The Jayhawks will make one three too many for the Spartans’ liking.

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Game Notes

  • The Jayhawks have at least 23 wins in each of the past 26 seasons.
  • The Spartans
    defeated the Jayhawks, 67-64, in the 2012 Champions Classic.
  • Kansas coach Bill Self enters his 13th season at KU with a 352-78 record and is 559-183 entering his 23rd season overall. Michigan State head coach Tom Izzo is 495-199 in his 21st season at MSU.
  • Michigan State has an all-time record of 115-31 in games played in the month of November. The last team to beat MSU at home in November was Navy back when they had David Robinson.


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