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Michigan State vs Louisville: Scores and Updates, Preview, TV Channel Coverage

Michigan State is the lowest seed left in the Elite Eight but it has the capability of beating Louisville. As a matter of fact, Michigan State is the favorite in this game.

The Michigan State Spartans play the Louisville Cardinals in today’s NCAA Tournament at 2:20 PM ET. This is the battle for the EAst Region title.

Michigan State (26-11) outlasted the Oklahoma Sooners, 62-58, on Friday in which Travis Trice exploded for 24 points while Branden Dawson grabbed 11 rebounds. Michigan State has won seven of its last eight games.

On the season, Michigan State averages 71.9 points on a 47.1 percent shooting from the field. Michigan State averages 37.7 points and 17.1 rebounds. Michigan State shoots 62.8 percent from the free throw line and 38.6 percent outside the arc.

Five players are averaging at least 7.1 points for the Spartans, they are: Travis Trice (15.3), Denzel Valentine (14.3), Branden Dawson (11.9), Bryn Forbes (8.6) and Matt Costello (7.1).

Louisville (27-8) pulled off a commanding 75-65 win over NC State on Friday. Louisville’s ability to adjust against the opponents in the past three games will be tested against the mighty defense of the Spartans.

On the season, Louisville averages 69.2 points on a 42.9 percent shooting from the field. Louisville averages 38.2 rebounds and 11.7 assists. Louisville shoots 66.7 percent from the free throw line and 30.6 percent outside the arc.

Four players are averaging at least 11.1 points for the Cardinals, they are: Terry Rozier (17.2), Motrezl Harrell (15.7), Chris Jones (13.7), Wayne Blackshear (11.1).

Michigan State vs Louisville live stream is on NCAA Stream. Michigan State vs Louisville tv channel schedule is on CBS. Michigan State vs Louisville scores and Updates will be posted here. Who will win this game?

Final Scores:

Michigan State 76
Louisville 70

Gonzaga 52
Duke 66

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