Michigan State beats Michigan, 65-60, for Big Ten Tournament title
The Michigan State Spartans came from behind in the second half Sunday to beat the Michigan Wolverines, 65-60, for the school's sixth Big Ten Tournament title.
Heading into this game:
This was the second meeting between the instate rivals for the Big Ten Tournament championship game. They first met for the conference tournament title in 2014 when Michigan State won, 69-55.
Michigan State won the conference tournament for a fifth time in 2016, but it was Michigan who was going for their third-straight conference tournament title, something no Big Ten team has ever accomplished.
Meanwhile, the Spartans already earned a share of the 2018-19 Big Ten conference regular season championship with Purdue.
Everyone will learn their NCAA Tournament seeds later in the evening.
Michigan basketball conference tournament championship history:
|1998||W 76–67 (vacated)||vs. Purdue|
|2014||L 55-69||vs. Michigan State|
|2017||W 71-56||vs. Wisconsin|
|2018||W 75-66||vs. Purdue|
|2019||L 60-65||vs. Michigan State|
Michigan State basketball conference tournament championship history:
|1999||W 67–50||vs. Illinois|
|2000||W 76–61||vs. Illinois|
|2012||W 68–64||vs. Ohio State|
|2014||W 69–55||vs. Michigan|
|2015||L 69-80||vs. Wisconsin|
|2016||W 66–62||vs. Purdue|
|2019||W 65-60||vs. Michigan|
Note: The Big Ten Tournament started in 1998.
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