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    Mich. St./Wash

    2 point game, under 3 left. It's been a good one.



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    Re: Mich. St./Wash

    Was a good game. I hate Mich. State though.


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    Re: Mich. St./Wash

    Hating MSU is easy if you are an ISU fan. Washington is obviously overrated, for they lost to overrated Michigan State.



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    I'm living proof that you can like both. That being said, MSU always starts off with some rust, and makes their run in March. Their loss to UConn looks a lot better after the shellacking they're laying on UK..



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