Michigan State’s Denzel Valentine is OK with a No. 2 seed. “See what we do,” he said.
Michigan State’s Denzel Valentine is OK with a No. 2 seed. “See what we do,” he said. Kirthmon F. Dozier Detroit Free Press/TNS
Michigan State’s Denzel Valentine is OK with a No. 2 seed. “See what we do,” he said. Kirthmon F. Dozier Detroit Free Press/TNS

Michigan State doesn’t care about missing out on No. 1 seed in Midwest Region

March 13, 2016 09:06 PM

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