Michigan State and Duke are playing tonight at 9:45 pm ET at the Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, IN. The number 2 seed Duke vs number 3 seed Michigan State game is being televised on CBS, however, if you can’t get to a bar or a television you can always live stream the Michigan State vs Duke game online. And you will not want to miss this Spartans vs Blue Devils game today. You can live stream the entire Michigan State vs Duke on the official March Madness Live website right here. If you’re relegated to a smartphone, don’t sweat it. You can watch all the games live via the NCAA March Madness Live App, available in the iTunes App Store and the Android Market/Google Play.

Duke enters the game with a (29-5, 14-4 ACC) record while Michigan State enters with a (27-8, 13-5 Big Ten) record. Make sure you watch this Spartans vs Blue Devils game online.

Here is more of a break down, from ESPN, on who and what to watch for during today’s Michigan State vs Duke match up.

Who to watch: Duke’s Ryan Kelly. The senior was relatively anonymous in the first weekend in Philadelphia, scoring all of nine points in the two games and shooting woefully. He was a combined 3 of 13 and 0-for-4 from the arc. You can get away with that against Albany and Creighton, not so much the Spartans. The Blue Devils need Kelly to score and stretch the defense to give Mason Plumlee room to work.

What to watch: Can Ryan Kelly stretch the defense and give the Blue Devils the edge, or is he more of a liability trying to go against the beefier Spartans?

Stat to watch: Rebounds. Duke doesn’t miss much — the Devils rank 17th in the nation in field-goal percentage — but when it does, it’s not terribly effective on the boards. Michigan State, thanks largely to Adreian Payne and Derrick Nix, is relatively relentless. Expect Tom Izzo to stress the boards as a way to exploit the Blue Devils.

Here’s the complete March Madness Sweet 16 schedule, including dates, game times and TV coverage:


(6) Arizona vs. (2) Ohio State — Thursday, March 28 @ 7:47 p.m. EST — TBS

(9) Wichita State vs. (13) La Salle — Thursday, March 28 @ 10:17 p.m. EST — TBS

EAST DIVISION — Washington, D.C.

(3) Marquette vs. (2) Miami — Thursday, March 28 @ 7:15 p.m. EST — CBS

(1) Indiana vs. (4) Syracuse — Thursday, March 28 @ 9:45 p.m. EST — CBS


(1) Louisville vs. (12) Oregon — Friday, March 29 @ 7:15 p.m. EST — CBS

(3) Michigan State vs. (2) Duke — Friday, March 29 @ 9:45 p.m. EST — CBS


(1) Kansas vs. (4) Michigan — Friday, March 29 @7:37 p.m. EST — TBS

(15) FGCU vs. (3) Florida — Friday, March 29 @ 9:57 p.m. EST — TBS

Who did you pick to win the National Championship in your bracket?