No. 5 Michigan State Vs. No. 18 Indiana: Hoosiers Dominate Wire To Wire In Big Win

Draymond Green had an absolutely spectacular game for the Michigan State Spartans on Tuesday night, but he didn't get any help on the offensive end from his teammates. He made 10 field goals in his 29-point performance, the exact same number as the rest of his team. The Indiana Hoosiers were fantastic from start to finish, winning by 15 points in a 70-55 victory.

The win was Tom Crean's first against his former boss Tom Izzo and Indiana's third win of the season against a team ranked in the top five. Cody Zeller led his team with 18 points, while four other Hoosiers scored in double figures. The entire team did a great job at the free throw line, shooting 19-22.

Indiana could improve its Big Ten tournament and NCAA Tournament seeds considerably with this win, while Michigan State has given Ohio State and Michigan outside shots at claiming a piece of the Big Ten title with this loss.

For more on MSU, check out Michigan State Spartans blog The Only Colors and SB Nation Detroit. For more on IU, head over to Indiana Hoosiers blog The Crimson Quarry and SB Nation Indiana.

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