Make it 25 straight: MSU basketball gets No. 7 seed, will face USC in NCAA Tournament
Michigan State basketball is officially heading back to the NCAA Tournament for a 25th straight appearance.
The men’s basketball NCAA Tournament bracket was revealed on Sunday evening, with Michigan State once again making the field of 68. The Spartans landed as a No. 7 seed and will face No. 10 seed USC in a first round matchup in the East Region.
The Spartans’ first round matchup against the the Trojans will be played on Friday in Columbus, Ohio. Should Michigan State beat USC then they would face the winner of No. 2 seed Marquette-No. 15 seed Vermont in the second round on Sunday.
The Spartans hold the second longest active NCAA Tournament streak, behind only Kansas — who reached their 33rd straight tournament this year.
Stay with Spartans Wire all week as we prepare you for Michigan State’s first round matchup.
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