Michigan State Vs. Purdue Final Score: Spartans Rout Boilermakers, 83-58

The Michigan State Spartans (16-4, 5-2 Big Ten) were in desperate need of a bounce back game in front of their home crowd on Saturday after losing two straight vs. Northwestern and No. 19 Michigan and they got it. The inconsistent Purdue Boilermakers (14-6, 4-3 Big Ten) came into town and got absolutely train wrecked by the Sparty, 83-58.

It was relatively close after 20 minutes, the Spartans only leading by seven, 31-24. However, in the second half the Boilermakers could not buy a basket while Michigan State could was NBA Jam on fire. The Spartans outscored the Boilermakers 52-34 in the second half, and it would've been worse if it weren't for a 5-0 Purdue run in the final garbage minute.

Spartans finished the game shooting 60-percent and kept Purdue under 30-percent. Purdue senior Robbie Hummel was a forgettable 0-11.

Michigan State did not have anyone in particular go off on the Boilermakers -- freshman Brandon Dawsen was the team's high scorer with 14.

Michigan State stays at home and plays next vs. Minnesota on Wednesday.

For more on the Michigan State Spartans, check out The Only Colors. If you're looking for the Boilermakers' take on things, head over to Hammer and Rails. You can also head over to SB Nation's main NCAA Basketball hub at SBNation.com/NCAA-Basketball.

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