Michigan State Spartans betting could be a great source of wagers this year for college hoops fans. The Michigan State Spartans have been successful to start the 2018/2019 season, starting off with a 16-2 record which holds a 7-0 record in the Big Ten. Their only losses come to No.1 ranked Kansas and Louisville. Currently ranked 6th in the country the Michigan State Spartans are expected to be one of the favorites for the National Championship come March with a relatively weak schedule the rest of the way through the season. Betting on the Michigan State Spartans may be very interesting for the remaining 13 games in the season with the team currently on a hot 11 game winning streak that saw them beat top teams such as Ohio State and Iowa. Expect the team to end up with less than 5 losses by the end of the season and get a top 3 placing entering the March Madness tournament.
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Results Of The Previous Season
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The Spartans finished the 2017–18 season with a record of 30–5, 16–2 in Big Ten play to win the regular season championship. They were the No. 1 seed in the Big Ten Tournament and beat Wisconsin in the quarterfinals before losing to Michigan in the semifinals. In the NCAA Tournament, the team was the No. 3 seed in the Midwest region. They defeated No. 14 Bucknell in the First Round but unexpectedly lost to No. 11-seeded Syracuse in the Second Round. This season was only the fourth where the Michigan State Spartans had managed to win 30 games in the regular season.
The Spartans were led by Miles Bridges (17.1 points and 7.0 rebounds per game) and Cassius Winston (12.4 points and 6.9 assists per game) last year. This year Cassius Winston and new captain Joshua Langford are expected to lead the way.
Given the past season, Michigan State Spartans betting seems to be on pace to win the second half of the season in 2019 and have a very similar record to 2018.
Big Changes To The Michigan State Spartans
The Spartans recruited Marcus Bingham PF, Gabe Brown SF, Aaron Henry SF, Thomas Kithier PF, Foster Loyer PG this past offseason, making it one of the more successful ones in recent history. Big losses came in the form of Jared Jackson Jr and Miles Bridges who were both drafted to the NBA.