In theory, Notre Dame at Michigan State should have been one of the best games of the college basketball season.
It was the AP poll’s No. 5 vs. No. 3 in the featured game of the ACC-Big Ten Challenge.
It was a battle between teams who—last time we saw them in action—wrapped up early-season tournament championships by beating legitimate Final Four contenders (North Carolina and Wichita State).
It was also a borderline unwatchable 81-63 blowout in which the Spartans proved they’re one of two teams who are head and shoulders ahead of everyone else in the country.
Though Notre Dame did make things a little more interesting with a hot start to the second half, this thing was over shortly after it started.
A little over two minutes into the game, Jaren Jackson Jr. blocked a Colson fadeaway jumper and threw an outlet pass to Cassius Winston, who—from half court—lobbed it up to Bridges for an alley-oop dunk.
Words don’t do it justice, so just watch the video.
I’ll wait.Article source: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2746997-michigan-state-duke-are-clearly-the-class-of-cbb-after-spartans-rout-notre-dame
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