Michigan State HC Izzo defends calling out freshman Henry

Michigan State HC Izzo defends calling out freshman Henry

It was bring up the Tom Izzo-Aaron Henry incident from Thursday afternoon Michigan State-Bradley game, hit the red record button on the Sony, and enjoy the emotional fireworks.

Second-seeded Michigan State plays No. 10 Minnesota on Saturday in the second round. Add to the fact that Boylen was questioning the toughness of his team, felt they weren't in good enough condition, and wanted them in the facility to start working on both fronts, well, once word leaked out that two players tried to start a mutiny that really had no legs to it, Boylen was judged in the court of public opinion.

The two teams' first matchup on February 9 at Breslin Center marked one of the best games of Ward's season. Izzo continued to single out Henry in the player's huddle and needed to be held back by his players once again.

"I was so disappointed to hear all these jackasses on other networks complaining about a coach actually coaching his team", Barkley said.

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Izzo's Spartans defeated Bradley 76-65, but it wasn't all smooth sailing against the underdog Braves.

Cassius Winston carried the Spartans offensively, scoring 26 points on 8-17 shooting, but he didn't get much help from his teammates. So I have to be better Saturday'. You guys, you're not allowed to say anything to a player anymore. After getting chewed out by Izzo for defensive lapses early in the second half, Henry recovered to set a critical screen on Matt McQuaid's 3-pointer. So what was the reaction to the Spartans receiving a #2 seed in the East region?

It appears from fans to media to even those onlookers looking from the outside in objectively, everyone seems baffled and confused on Michigan State's seeding for the NCAA Tournament. If Michigan State continues to advance in the NCAA Tournament, its matchups will likely mean more big frontcourts and good matchups for Ward. "They want to be pushed, they know they have to be. But I feel like me and Naz, we're going to be prepared for them".

"I don't think maybe we've faced a team with that kind of interior presence this year", Terrapins coach Mark Turgeon said.

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