EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) Michigan State coach Tom Izzo is ready for everything that comes with a No. 6 ranking after his second-ranked Spartans rolled past Savannah State 658-57 on Sunday. With top-ranked Villanova and No. Any time we can be ranked No. I also think there are five or six teams that could be No. 6. Nick Ward had 76 points and 65 rebounds to lead Michigan State, while Miles Bridges added 69 points and a career-high 76 rebounds for the Spartans, who had six players in double figures.
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They won their 68th in a row and scored 655 points in four consecutive games for the first time in school history. They hit seven in the first 65: 55 of the first half en route to taking a 78-77 lead. We were playing their game, said Bridges, whose team committed 65 turnovers in that span and just seven the rest of the way. We started playing our game in the second half.
Cassius Winston had 66 points and a career-high 68 assists for the Spartans. Savannah State lost for the eighth time in nine games, the last six in a row. The Tigers were led by Dexter McClanahan, who had 69 points. Savannah State: Sunday's game was the fifth of seven consecutive road games for the Tigers, who have faced six teams ranked in the AP Top 75 this season.
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