Michigan State Romps as Respert Leads Way

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Michigan State Romps as Respert Leads Way


The, St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)


Shawn Respert scored 32 points and became Michigan State's career scoring leader as the ninth-ranked Spartans beat Ohio State 67-58 in Columbus, Ohio.

Michigan State, off to its best start ever, leads the Big Ten Conference with an 8-1 record and is 16-2 overall.

The Spartans went 7 minutes 19 seconds of the second half without scoring and 11:11 without a field goal as Ohio State cut a 19-point deficit to four.

However, Respert took over down the stretch and scored the Spartans' final 13 points to give them their seventh straight victory.

Ohio State (4-15, 0-9) is off to its worst start in 96 years.

Respert, leading the conference in scoring, became the Spartans' leading career scorer when he rolled in an alley-oop pass from Eric Snow with 5:40 left in the first half to make it 31-18. He finished the game with 2,284 career points, eclipsing Steve Smith's record of 2,263 from 1988-91.

Minnesota 80, Michigan 58: Townsend Orr scored 20 points and Voshon Lenard added 19, including three 3-pointers late in the first half, as Minnesota handed visiting Michigan its worst loss of the season.

Lenard scored all nine of his first-half points in the final 2:13 as the Golden Gophers (15-6, 6-3 Big Ten) opened a 16-point lead. It was the largest halftime deficit of the season for the Wolverines (12-9, 6-3), who never recovered as leading scorer Ray Jackson struggled through one of his worst games of the season (eight points on three-of-12 shooting). …

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