MSU basketball drops in latest ESPN Bracketology update from Joe Lunardi

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Michigan State basketball has dropped again in the latest update of ESPN’s Bracketology.

ESPN’s Joe Lunardi has the Spartans coming in as a No. 8 seed in his latest NCAA Tournament projection for the 2022-23 season. He has Michigan State slated to play No. 9 seed Texas A&M in an East Region first round matchup. Should the Spartans win this projected matchup with the Aggies, then they’d most likely play No. 1 seed North Carolina for a spot in the Sweet 16.

Six other Big Ten teams are listed in Lunardi’s latest batch of Bracketology: Indiana (No. 4 seed), Illinois (No. 6 seed), Michigan (No. 7 seed), Purdue (No. 7 seed), Ohio State (No. 8 seed) and Iowa (No. 10 seed). He has Rutgers and Wisconsin just outside the field of 68.

Check out Lunardi’s complete bracket projection by clicking on the tweet below:

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