East Lansing, MI – Michigan State basketball returns to the Breslin Center to host Nebraska Saturday at 6:30 p.m.
The Spartans are coming off an 84-78 loss to Iowa on Tuesday night, where they played substantially better; however, MSU is on a four-game losing streak dating back to Jan. 8.
"We're coming off a week that no doubt we needed a day off yesterday," MSU coach Tom Izzo said. "The three games in five or six days and staying on the road there … it's been difficult."
MSU enters the matchup with an 8-7 overall record and a 2-7 mark in conference play.
Nebraska is playing for the first time since Jan. 10 due to COVID-19 issues but holds a record of 4-8 (0-5 B1G).
How to Watch
- Where: Breslin Center
- When: Saturday, February 6, at 6:30 p.m.
- Announcers: Lisa Byington & Stephen Bardo
- My Bookie: MSU is a 12.5-point favorite.
- Sky Book: MSU is a 12.5-point favorite.
- BetMania: MSU is a 12.5-point favorite.
- Pinnacle: MSU is a 12.5-point favorite.
Last Five Games
- Jan 2, 2021: MSU vs. Nebraska, W 84-77
- Feb 20, 2020: MSU vs. Nebraska, W 86-65
- Mar 5, 2019: MSU vs. Nebraska, W 91-76
- Jan 17, 2019: MSU vs. Nebraska, W 70-64
- Dec 3, 2017: MSU vs. Nebraska, W 86-57
- Michigan State leads the all-time series with Nebraska, 19-9.
- Tom Izzo holds an 11-3 record against the Cornhuskers.
- The Spartans have won 10 of 13 meetings as Big Ten opponents, including an 84-77 decision on Jan. 2.
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