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Tom Izzo and Tom Crean talk about Bo Ryan's Legacy

On Monday, Wisconsin men’s basketball coach, Bo Ryan, announced that he would retire at the end of the upcoming season. On Tuesday, ESPN’s Andy Katz and Seth Greenberg talked with two of Ryan’s Big Ten colleagues, Michigan State’s Tom Izzo and Indiana’s Tom Crean, about Ryan’s legacy in Madison as well as his impact in the world of college basketball. – Listen at ESPN.com

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Michigan State's Bryn Forbes has gained 15 pounds this offseason

This time last year, former Cleveland State guard Bryn Forbes decided to transfer to Michigan State. Forbes has been with the program for a full year now, and heading into his final year of his college career, the senior guard has made significant strides in the offseason, according to head coach Tom Izzo. 182 more words

VIDEO: Watch 9-year-old sink 10 straight free throws to win competition at Tom Izzo's MSU Camp

Ryan Boyce(age 9)at Izzo's MSU Camp free throw comp. Ages 8-14,last shooter,needs to make 10 of 10 to win. #SCtop10 pic.twitter.com/nTbIYgEU27

— Andy Boyce (@ACBGoGreen) …

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Windsor: Top prospects learn college hoops is business

Joshua Langford committed to play basketball at Michigan State on Monday. He is a five-star wing from Alabama.

A year ago you hear this news and you think: Tom Izzo just landed another one. 780 more words

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Five-star SG Langford on MSU commitment: "I'm all in"

Family advice can aid any life decision, and Tellus Langford sought some from a distant cousin – Jeffery Langford, father of former Michigan State running back Jeremy – as he began to look into MSU. 875 more words

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Five-star 2016 shooting guard commits to Michigan State

Already holding one pledge in the Class of 2016 in the form of four-star power forward Nick Ward, Michigan State received a second commitment in the form of one of the top players in the class Monday morning. 216 more words

Mateen Cleaves talks NBA, Draymond Green, Flint and more

On Friday afternoon, Jack and Neil Koepke talked with legendary MSU point guard, Mateen Cleaves about the NBA Finals, Draymond Green’s performance and his hometown of Flint.

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