Michigan State Basketball: Highs and Lows of Spartans' Season So Far

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Michigan State Basketball: Highs and Lows of Spartans' Season So Far
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Travis Trice has met defensive expectations this year.

Enduring stretches with a partially healthy roster has been the low point for Michigan State.

But luckily for Tom Izzo’s No. 4-ranked Spartans (15-1), even those hobbling on one foot—Adreian Payne—contribute to wins.

When clicking, those on Izzo’s roster make up the best team in the country. However, getting everyone to play at the same time has been quite the challenge—so file Michigan State under “very good…” for the time being.

With sights set on a national title, the Spartans must first trudge their way through a typically torturous Big Ten schedule before embarking on the real journey to the Final Four.

This slideshow will examine some of the finer moments of the young season and shed light on a few of the not-so-proud stretches of 2013-14.

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