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Gophers guard Andre Hollins speeds past Michigan State's Keith Appling for two of his game-high 22 points Monday in Minneapolis. (Pioneer Press: Ben Garvin)

No. 9 Minnesota tops No. 18 Michigan St 76-63

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MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Spartans were charging, and the Golden Gophers were coming unglued, rushing shots, turning the ball over and losing their focus in transition.

It was a scene that has played out so many times before at Williams Arena, only this time something changed. Minnesota steeled itself against the Michigan State surge and just started hitting back. Maybe this is a different team after all.

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