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March Madness 2011 Bubble Watch: Michigan State Update

Well Michigan State actually needs to even work their way back onto the March Madness 2011 bubble especially after the beat down they absorbed at the Kohl Center in Madison. To be fair the Spartans ran into a bit of a buzz saw that day in a game where the Badgers made some really tough shots, but they are reeling. How bad is it you ask, well Tom Izzo apparently got a message of support from Gilbert owner of the Cavaliers who as you might remember also likely offered him a job this last off-season in a bid to keep the King. Yes that is right a guy who's pro paid players have gotten him 0 victories in 24 games is offering his support. Michigan State can back on track at home against an actually pretty tough Penn State squad that beat them at Happy Valley. We have been giving this team a lot of thought as this epic fail of a team has kind of come out of know where and as of now we are going to make the bold prediction that you know what there is still basketball to be played and the Spartans clearly usually play their best at the end of the year so they will make March Madness 2011 somehow someway and they will even make it to the Sweet Sixteen. How do you like that fearless prediction?

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