2. Tyson Walker scores 30
Despite averaging 20 points per game and scoring in double figures each outing this season, Tyson Walker has only reached the 30-point mark once. That's kind of surprising given how dominant he's been and how he can just take over games -- just look what he did in the final four minutes against Minnesota if you need proof.
Essentially, Walker hasn't needed to score 30-plus points in many games as the scoring has improved since mid-December and more guys are stepping up.
Walker will need to be on his A-game on Sunday afternoon, however, if the Spartans are going to pull off the road win which would be their first of the season.
I'm predicting a massive game for the senior guard, scoring the most points he's had since the opener against James Madison when he dropped 35 in a loss. He'll finish with 31 points, hitting 5 threes in the process.
Hopefully the result of this outburst is better than what we saw in the season-opener.