Michigan State Basketball: How the Spartans Must Approach the First Two Rounds

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Michigan State Basketball: How the Spartans Must Approach the First Two Rounds
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Finally, the madness has arrived. The Michigan State Spartans enter the NCAA tournament as a No. 4 seed and a favorite to emerge from the field of 68 as the lone victor. However, they must approach the first two rounds of the Big Dance with great intensity and focus.

If not, Sparty could be destined for a much earlier return to East Lansing than it expected.

State's first opponent features a streaking Delaware squad, a No. 13 seed out of the Colonial. If Sparty was to win, it would meet either Cincinnati or Harvard in the Round of 32.

All three of those foes have the potential to knock off the talented Spartans. This slideshow will feature what Michigan State must focus on in order to knock off its future challenger(s).

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