How a change at point guard paid immediate dividends for Michigan State basketball

Matt Charboneau
The Detroit News

East Lansing — Tom Izzo knew something needed to change.

There needed to be a spark. Something, anything, to bring some life into a Michigan State team that had been all over the place for the past month, mixing big wins with uninspired outings that left many wondering just how good the Spartans could really be this season.