Reality series following the journeys of four different teenagers in the build-up to a birthday party or prom.
Runtime: 65 minutes
Not So Sweet Sixteen - Michigan State Spartans men's basketball - Netflix
The Michigan State Spartans men's basketball team represents Michigan State University (MSU) and competes in the Big Ten Conference of NCAA Division I College basketball. Their home games are played at the Breslin Student Events Center. Tom Izzo has been the head coach since 1995. The Spartans have won two NCAA championships and 14 Big Ten Conference Championships. Their two National Championships came in the 1979 NCAA Tournament and the 2000 NCAA Tournament. The 1979 National Championship Game was the most watched college basketball game in history, with 35.11 million television viewers. The 1979 National Championship team was coached by Jud Heathcote and included tournament MVP Magic Johnson, Greg Kelser and Jay Vincent. The Spartans defeated the previously unbeaten Indiana State Sycamores, led by future Hall of Famer Larry Bird. The 2000 National Championship team defeated the Florida Gators in the final. The team was coached by Tom Izzo and led by players Morris Peterson, Charlie Bell, Jason Richardson and tournament MVP Mateen Cleaves. The Spartans have participated in 32 NCAA tournaments and in 21 consecutive NCAA tournaments (1998–2018), the fifth-longest streak ever and third-longest active streak in college basketball, behind Kansas (28) and Duke (22). Michigan State has the seventh most all-time Final Four appearances with nine (1957, 1979, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2005, 2009, 2010, and 2015). The program is also ninth all-time in NCAA tournament winning percentage (.677, through 2018).
Not So Sweet Sixteen - Record vs. Big Ten opponents - Netflix
- Through 2018 regular season
Michigan State only has losing records against three Big Ten teams. Source
Not So Sweet Sixteen - References - Netflix