Northwestern's game on Tuesday night against Michigan State got off to a fairly innocuous start. The Wildcats trailed 16-13 with just under 11 minutes to play in the first half. And then... and then... it's pretty hard to describe what happened next. Here are some stats that help:
- Michigan State went on a 20-0 run. TWENTY TO ZERO!
- Northwestern went 10:01 of game time without a point, and 10:47 without a field goal
- Michigan State had more blocks (6) than Northwestern had field goals (4). Brendan Dawson had 4 blocks on his own.
- Northwestern players not named Tre Demps were 0-15 from the field.
- Only two Northwestern players scored. TWO.
- Michigan State had 14 field goals. The Spartans had 13 assists.
- Northwestern shot 4-22 from the field, good for (bad for) 18.2 percent.
- Northwestern shot 1-10 from three-point range. Michigan State shot 9-18.
- Northwestern was barely over 0.5 points per possession in the first half. Barely.
- Jeremiah Kreisberg led Northwestern in assists... with ONE.
- The halftime score: Michigan State 38, Northwestern 14.
And to make things worse...
Law just got dominated by a fellow #Northwestern freshman in "how many pet animals can you name in 15 seconds." Nothing going right for NU— Inside NU (@insidenu) February 11, 2015
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