Michigan State Basketball To Hold Senior Day Ceremonies After Purdue Game. Spartan fans asked to "White Out" the Breslin Center.

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EAST LANSING, Mich. – The Michigan State men’s basketball team will hold its Senior Day Ceremonies following Sunday’s game against Purdue. The game will tip-off at noon. Spartan seniors Idong Ibok, Marquise Gray, Goran Suton and Travis Walton will be honored along with senior managers Sean Dwyer, Nick Hendon, Ryan Linhart and Reed Schuitema. Over the last four seasons, the group has compiled a 96-38 record, including 58-5 at the Breslin Center, advanced to three straight NCAA Tournaments with a fourth appearance to come this season, and already clinched an outright Big Ten Championship for 2009.

Spartan fans are also asked to wear white in a show of uniform support for the Michigan State basketball team.

As a reminder, Daylight Saving Time begins this weekend as clocks should be moved ahead one hour at 2 a.m. on Sunday.

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