Michigan State set up for a fall?
February, 17, 2013
By Matt Giles | ESPN.com
We have been interested in Michigan State's defensive profile for some time. As detailed by John Gasaway, the Spartans are allowing just .98 points per possession, a solid but hardly overwhelming defensive efficiency rate. And while Michigan State is performing customarily in several aspects -- only one other Big Ten team keeps foes off the glass as well, and the Spartans force a turnover on roughly 20 percent of their possessions -- it is somewhat shocking how easy teams are scoring within the arc.
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