Michigan State Spartans vs. Ohio State Buckeyes

February 25, 2021

The Ohio State Buckeyes head to the state up north to East Lansing to tip-off against the Michigan State Spartans for some NCAA Basketball action. The Ohio State Buckeyes are going into this exhibition as the favorites. Michigan State is currently playing with a record of twelve and nine, and the Spartans are putting up forty-three percent from the floor putting their offense at 230th in the nation.

Also, the Michigan State team is committing nineteen fouls per game and are shooting seventy-three percent from the line. They are nineteenth in college hoops for assists per contests with seventeen. Michigan State puts up seventy-one points per game and snatches thirty-eight rebounds a game. Unfortunately, they turn the ball over thirteen times a game and are ranked 218th in Division I in points per game surrendered, with seventy-two points. On defense Michigan State has allowed 133 three pointers and given up fourteen assists and thirty-five rebounds a game. This team is forcing eleven turnovers a contest and is holding teams to forty-two percent shooting from the floor. A star for this Michigan State team is Aaron Henry, who played a very important role in their last game. Henry earned twenty points going nine for nineteen, managed to record five assists, and put up six rebounds in thirty-nine minutes of playing time.

Another key player to keep an eye on is Joshua Langford because he’s made a huge impact for Michigan State so far this season. Langford was able to put up fifteen points, grab sixteen rebounds and one assist in thirty-six minutes on the court. The last time this Michigan team took the court, they beat the Illinois Fighting Illini eighty-one to seventy-two. Michigan snagged thirty-four rebounds, blocked nine shots, and stole the ball seven times this matchup. Michigan drew nineteen fouls from the Fighting Illini and drained thirteen out of twenty shots from the free-throw line. This Michigan state team was shooting sixty-five percent from the line. From downtown, the Spartans sank four tries, and from field goal range, they drained thirty-two shots. On defense the Spartans let their opponents score twenty-four out of sixty attempts and let them drain five three-pointers. Also, Michigan sent Illinois to the free-throw line way too many times, as they gave away thirty-four attempts and lost forty rebounds on top. Their challengers, the Ohio State Buckeyes are going into this matchup with a record of eighteen and five. As well as turning over the ball ten times a contest, they are committing eighteen fouls per game, which isn’t considered bad. As a unit the Buckeyes are grabbing thirty-six rebounds, 297 assists so far this season ranking them 92nd in college hoops for passing the rock. As far as three-pointers go, Ohio State has hit 194 and is shooting seventy-eight percent from the free-throw line. The Buckeyes are ranked forty-fourth in division one for points per game averaging seventy-eight points per game and on defense, the Buckeyes are forcing the turnover eleven times per contest and are drawing fouls an average of nineteen times per game. While on defense, this Ohio State team relinquishes seventy points per game which is 161st in D1 and are letting up thirty-four percent from three-point range. Lastly, they have given up thirty-three rebounds per game as a team and 298 assists. A key player for this Ohio State team is Duane Washington because he made a substantial impact in this game. Washington went twelve for eighteen and put up thirty points, three assists, and one rebound in thirty-two minutes of play. Another playmaker for this Ohio State team is E.J. Liddell, as he put up twenty-three points and three assists. This 2021 Ohio State Buckeyes team has plenty of young talent, but they weren’t able to utilize this talent properly in their last outing against their rivals the Michigan Wolverines. Ohio State lost by a score of ninety-two to eighty-seven.

The Buckeyes scored thirty-two from the field goal range and eleven three-pointers. The Buckeyes drained twelve free throw shots out of thirteen, grabbed twenty-four rebounds, eleven assists, three steals, and recorded two blocks. On defense, Ohio State gave up thirty-two shots from the field, nineteen assists, eleven three-pointers, and nineteen out of twenty-three shots from the free-throw line. Then lastly, they gave up a block, a steal, and twenty-eight rebounds to Michigan in their last outing. Overall this Ohio State team is killing it so far this season with a great record, and the ability to be able to play with great discipline. On the other hand, Aaron Henry and the Michigan State Spartans are a tenacious and explosive team. Additionally, they are fighters. Alongside the fact that they’re coming off a fresh win, I believe Michigan State is ready to keep this streak rolling. Both of these teams could go very far in the NCAA tournament, but for this matchup, our pick at www.AcePerHead.com is going to the Michigan State Spartans to win this game against the spread.

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Ohio State:

PS/Total: -4-110   

Total O/U: 145.5-110

Michigan State:

PS/Total: 4-110 

Total O/U:145.5-110

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