COLUMBUS, Ohio — The rosy-cheeked aggression is nothing new. The difference was where Aaron Craft was channeling that famous energy. The Ohio State junior has built his reputation largely on the strength of his relentless, pesky approach on defense. Michigan State can once again attest that nothing has changed on that end of the floor. But in something of a surprise to the No. 4 Spartans, Craft went after the rim and the lane the same way he normally would a ball-handler.
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