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Cassius Winston has Michigan State on the rise again

Cassius Winston smoothly dribbling in and out of traffic, distributing the ball and making jump shots. Xavier Tillman controlling the interior on both ends of the court. This is why Michigan State was the nation’s top-ranked team at the beginning of the season.

Tyrese Maxey, No. 2 Kentucky topple top-ranked Michigan State

Tyrese Maxey, Kentucky's latest freshman star, scored 26 points and the second-ranked Wildcats opened the season with a 69-62 victory against No. 1 Michigan State on Tuesday night in the Champions Classic at Madison Square Garden.

Joshua Langford out again with foot problem for No. 1 Michigan St

Top-ranked Michigan State is already dealing with a significant injury. Guard Joshua Langford had a setback in his return from a foot injury, and coach Tom Izzo says the senior will be re-evaluated in January. Langford played only 13 games last season, averaging 15 points.

No. 25 Michigan State gears up for tough October schedule

Forget about waiting until the stretch run in November. Michigan State will find out right now how it measures up against the Big Ten’s top teams. Ohio State, Wisconsin and Penn State – all in a row, the first two on the road. That’s the October schedule the 25th-ranked Spartans are facing.

No. 25 Spartans out to prove this season is different

Mark Dantonio is now the winningest coach in Michigan State history, and tight end Matt Seybert now has a scholarship. Those are two notable differences between this season and last, but four games in, the 25th-ranked Spartans are right where they were a year ago: 3-1 with a tough loss to Arizona State in the rearview but a 1-0 Big Ten mark.

Michigan State star Cassius Winston coming back, Nick Ward leaving

Michigan State All-America guard Cassius Winston is staying for his senior year. Teammate Nick Ward is entering the NBA draft and plans to end his college career. Winston was the Big Ten player of the year. He averaged nearly 19 points per game as a junior and broke a Big Ten single-season record with 291 assists. Ward averaged nearly 13 points and six-plus rebounds per game in a season stunted by a broken left hand.

Michigan State’s Tom Izzo signs star guard Mark Watts

Michigan State has signed 6-foot-3 guard Mark Watts. He attends SPIRE Academy in Ohio and is from Detroit. He joins 6-foot-8 forward Malik Hall in Tom Izzo’s recruiting class. Watts is ranked No. 32 and Hall is No. 55 overall in 247Sports’ composite national rankings. Watts made 15 3-pointers and scored 64 points in a game as a senior in a win over St. Edward in Ohio.

Woman who alleged rape by ex-MSU players speaks publicly

A Michigan State University student is speaking out after suing the school, alleging that three former men’s basketball players raped her in 2015 and that she was discouraged from reporting what happened. Twenty-two-year-old Bailey Kowalski said Thursday she’s “no longer afraid,” hopes to encourage other “silent survivors” to tell their stories and wants changes at the university. A university spokeswoman declined to comment but said the school takes sexual assaults “very seriously.”