Indiana vs. Michigan State basketball score updates, highlights

No. 17 Indiana basketball visits Michigan State for Big Ten action in what is sure to be an emotional atmosphere.

The Hoosiers (19-8, 10-6) have won four of their last five games overall and have split their last road game (win at Michigan, loss at Northwestern). The Spartans (16-10, 8-7) have won three straight home games, but a game last week against Minnesota was postponed in the wake of a mass shooting on the MSU campus. MSU lost at Michigan over the weekend. ESPN’s matchup predictor gives IU a 52.2% chance to win, though the Spartans are 3-point favorites, according to Draft Kings.

Zach Osterman and Tyler Tachman will have updates, and we’ll have highlights throughout. Remember to update.

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Final: Michigan State 80, No. 17 Indiana 65

The Hoosiers look good for about 12 minutes, and it’s all Spartans after that. IU leads by 9 before MSU comes roaring back.

IU is third in the Big Ten standings at 10-7, but six the teams are 9-7, so a Big Ten Tournament double-bye is far from certain. A first day game is underway.

Trayce Jackson-Davis has 19 points – tying AJ Guyton for fourth in IU career scoring with 2,100 – 7 rebounds, 5 assists and 7 turnovers. Jalen Hood-Schifino adds 16 points and Trey Galloway 11. IU’s bench has just 2 points going into the final minutes.

Tyson Walker scores 23 points, AJ Hoggard 22, and Malik Hall 10 and Joey Hauser 10 each.

MSU is +9 in rebounding, and after a cold start, the Spartans are finishing 47.6% from long range (10 of 21).

3:57 left in 2H: Michigan State 70, Indiana 59

IU cuts the deficit a bit, but the Spartans have an answer.

8:24 left in 2H: Michigan State 61, Indiana 48

IU has 1 offensive rebound, on a ball that went out of bounds. No Hoosiers have grabbed an offensive rebound.

11:06 left in 2H: Michigan State 55, Indiana 48

IU scores 9 in a row to trim the deficit, but Tyson Walker snags that run. Trayce Jackson-Davis has 14 points, 5 rebounds, 5 assists and 6 turnovers.

MSU’s first miss from the field in the second half comes with 14:30 to go, but IU fakes the Spartans on the return. MSU is +10 in rebounds.

3:42 PM left in 2H: Michigan State 51, Indiana 39

A Malik Hall dunk off an IU turnover prompts another Hoosiers timeout.

Trey Galloway helps IU keep pace with a pair of 3s. He also assists on a Race Thompson dunk.

Tyson Walker for 3, MSU’s ninth. However, he limps off the field after injuring his right knee.

AJ Hoggard for 3, MSU’s 8.

6:45 p.m. left 2H: Michigan State 41, Indiana 31

Joey Hauser hits a 3. Timeout, IU. After starting 1-of-6 on 3s, the Spartans have gone 6-of-9.

Trayce Jackson-Davis misses a layup to start the second half, and Jaden Akins follows it with a 3, giving MSU a 9-point lead.

Halftime: Michigan State 35, Indiana 29

IU has been outscored 22-7 over the last 7+ minutes. Trayce Jackson-Davis has 9 points, 4 rebounds and 3 assists.

Tyson Walker is 4-of-6 on 3-pointers for 12 points. Jackson Kohler, who has 4 points and 5 rebounds, gives MSU its first lead at 28-27.

MSU is +6 in rebounds.

3:13 left in 1H: Indiana 27, Michigan State 24

Tyson Walker has 3 3-pointers in quick succession to tie the game at 24.

MSU scores 5 in a row, and closes the deficit to 22-18. Trey Galloway drives and scores to snap that run.

7:22 left in 1H: Indiana 22, Michigan State 13

The Hoosiers are shooting over 50% from the field and 2-of-5 on 3-pointers. Every starter has at least 3 points, led by Trayce Jackson-Davis’ 7.

Mady Sissoko completes an alley-oop dunk, firing up MSU’s fans.

11:00 again 1H: Indiana 17, Michigan State 10

Miller Kopp’s 3-pointer is so clean that the net curls around the rim. (Steve Alford fans can appreciate this.) IU is up 17-10.

14:38 left 1H: Indiana 12, Michigan State 5

Jalen Hood-Schifino has 6 points.

No shot by TJD, no problem: IU is up 8-0 3:15 into the game. Joey Hauser follows with a 3rd.

Jalen Hood-Schifino scores the game’s first point with 18:43 left.

Slightly delayed start: IU wins the tip, but the clock did not start.

Indiana basketball starting lineup

It’s the usual group: Jalen Hood-Schifino, Trey Galloway, Miller Kopp, Race Thompson, Trayce Jackson-Davis.

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Indiana’s senior big man is averaging 20.5 points, 11.3 rebounds, 3.6 assists and 3.0 blocks. He has 2,081 career points, 5th most in program history and 19 shy of AJ Guyton (1996-2000) for 4th. TJD is also 3rd in career rebounds and 1st in career blocked shots.

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