Big 10 announces conference-only schedules if fall sports are played

The news comes after the Ivy League suspended all fall sports, and won’t have any athletic activities until at least Jan. 1, 2021, due to Covid-19 concerns. It means the University of Michigan, Michigan State University football, and all other fall sports, will only play Big 10 opponents in the fall. 

WATCH - Jennifer Hammond sits down with MSU Head Coach Tom Izzo

Michigan State's basketball head coach Tom Izzo takes time out from cleaning his office to offer up details of what the situation was like last week when the Big Ten Tournament finally got canceled. Izzo also gets into what there is to do now as there are no more games to prepare for.

Tillman leads No. 16 Spartans to comeback win

Xavier Tillman Sr. scored 23 points and had 15 rebounds to lead Michigan State over No. 20 Penn State 79-71 on Tuesday night. After No. 9 Maryland’s loss to Rutgers, the Terps and Spartans are tied for the top spot in the Big Ten with one game to go.

Winston leads No. 24 Michigan St past No. 9 Maryland 78-66

Cassius Winston scored 20 points, including a buzzer-beating, 60-foot shot to end a sensational first half for No. 24 Michigan State in a 78-66 victory over No. 9 Maryland on Saturday night that denied the Terrapins' bid to clinch a share of the Big Ten regular-season title.