MSU will focus internally as it prepares for unpredictable Nebraska

Matt Charboneau
The Detroit News

East Lansing — As Big Ten basketball gets rolling again, it’s safe to say there are few, if any, sure things.

Maybe it speaks to a conference’s strengths or perhaps its weaknesses. But as the calendar has turned, t's clear easy victories will be few.

That was true back in December when Big Ten teams worked in a couple of games. Then-No. 1 Purdue lost at Rutgers, at that time a .500 team that had lost four of five games, three coming against mid-majors. Michigan also lost at home to Minnesota.

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