1. This team is finding its shooting stroke
After one of the worst shooting performances to start the season from 3-point range that led to a loss to James Madison at home (2-for-31 from deep), Michigan State has been shooting really well from deep and that continued on Sunday afternoon.
In fact, Michigan State had one of its best shooting performances on the year when the rest of the offense was struggling. Mid-range jumpers and layups weren't falling at the rate the Spartans would have hoped, but the 3-pointers were falling at a solid clip. The Spartans hit an impressive 12-of-25 from deep en route to their 73-55 win.
This near-50 percent shooting clip from deep is a good sign that this team has figured out its shooting touch and if that continues, not many teams will be able to slow the Spartans down.
Everyone seemed to get into the action. Jaden Akins, Tre Holloman, and Tyson Walker each hit three, and Malik Hall, Xavier Booker, and AJ Hoggard each hit one. This team is starting to really figure it out from long-range -- just imagine how good it'll be when Jaxon Kohler gains confidence in the post.