Watch Michigan State Vs. Delaware Live Online, 2014 NCAA Tournament

Spartans fans can watch Michigan State vs. Delaware live online as they begin their hopeful run to the 2014 NCAA tournament championship. Michigan State has become a sexy pick lately, even enticing President Obama to select the Spartans to win it all.

The game can be seen live online at 4:40 EST, Thursday, March 20th. It will be in the midst of other stellar action going on in a difficult East region. Interestingly, the Michigan State vs. Delaware game will be played in Spokane, Washington. That is about as far West of the East region as one can get.

The Delaware Fightin Blue Hens will not go quietly, as they easily won the Colonial Athletic Association and challenged both Ohio State and Villanova early in the season. Unfortunately they are running up against one of the hottest teams in the 2014 NCAA tournament. Michigan State is as close to full strength as they have been all season and are fully prepared to make a long run in the tournament.

For those who turn into watch Michigan State vs. Delaware live online, they will get a look at a typical Tom Izzo coached performance. The Spartans will likely try to wear down Delaware, who rely heavily on their two senior guards Davon Usher and Devon Sadler.

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Michigan State features a much more balanced attack and are far better defensively. If the Delaware game against Ohio State is any indicator, expect the Fightin Blue Hens to stay in it for the first half. Then expect Michigan State to survive and advance in the 2014 NCAA tournament.

Of course, if Usher and Sadler can get hot, those who turn in to watch Michigan State vs. Delaware live online might be in for an upset special. The two guards combined for about 39 points combined per game this season. And with senior leadership, Delaware is not afraid of the challenge. Delaware coach Monte Ross, who has the Blue Hens in their first NCAA tournament since 1999, said about their matchup with Michigan State, “who settles in first, who makes their first shot and sees that ball go in the rim, is going to be a big deal.”

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