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Podcast: How can MSU turn it around? How can Michigan actually play? How can the Big Ten be settled?

Brendan and Dylan discuss Michigan State’s two-game winning streak and what it would take for this momentum to turn into a turnaround and then dive into Michigan’s return to play and what it all means for the Big Ten, Big Ten Tournament and NCAA Tournament.

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Timestamps:
(3:17): How can MSU turn it around?
(23:53): How can Michigan actually play?
(37:05): How can the Big Ten be settled?

Notable Replies

  1. MichiganBasketball

    I feel like if one team gets it and has to be eliminated due to COVID that would suck for that one team/fans, but everyone would move on. The much larger issue is if there is an outbreak within the bubble. A bubble/central location is great for keeping the virus out, but also a nightmare if the virus does ultimately get in, because of how quickly it could spread between teams sharing hotels, facilities, etc.

  2. Tom48160

    Not breathing at all significantly lowers your chances of catching COVID…but there are side effects.

  3. AC1997

    It really struck me when Dylan mentions that Michigan has basically played Wisconsin and all the crappy teams. We thumped Wisconsin and Purdue, but it will be especially challenging to deal with this layoff and have to face the toughest part of the schedule with Iowa, OSU, Illinois, and for all the crap we give MSU - we’ll be their season.

  4. GoBlueScrewOSU7

    The 6ft and 15 minute thing is the CDC guideline. The non-cynical outlook is that they’re implementing the technology to ensure players don’t need to unnecessarily quarantine.

  5. JJ3

    Hahahahaha. Brendan Quinn with the intel on players possibly finding outdoor courts to hoop on. This I gotta see!!

    From my experience as a youth. Basketballs do not bounce well in 15° weather

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