2. Tyson Walker does his best Cassius impression
Remember the incredible games that Cassius Winston gave us against Michigan in 2019 when the Spartans won three games against the Wolverines in the span of a month?
Well, we're going to see Tyson Walker replicate that on Tuesday night.
While Walker has struggled in recent games (per his standards), he knows when to rise up for the big ones and really put on a show. Not many players in college basketball are capable of completely taking over games, but Walker is and he's going to do that, especially with Dug McDaniel missing the game due to a road-only suspension.
The game will start out a little slowly for the Spartans but Walker will hit back-to-back threes to really ignite the team and his own scoring output. He'll finish the first half with 15 points as Michigan will have no answer for him.
And then in the second half, he'll add another 13 points, including an ankle-breaker a-la Cassius Winston which will get the crowd roaring as he extends the Spartans' lead.
Walker will finish with 28 points and four assists on over 50 percent shooting and fans will be chanting his name by the end of this one.