Michigan State basketball is surging; here is what's working, and what needs to improve

Matt Charboneau
The Detroit News

East Lansing — Tom Izzo stopped himself briefly on Wednesday night after Michigan State’s win at home over Nebraska, the eighth in a row for the Spartans to remain perfect through the first four Big Ten games of the season.

The Hall of Fame coach was busy lamenting another night full of head-scratching turnovers — a problem all season for the Spartans. This time Michigan State gave the ball away 19 times yet still found a way to win, quite comfortably, in fact.

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