Michigan State continued its winning streak since the season-opening loss to Kansas, upsetting No. 22 UConn in the Bahamas.

After a thrilling last-second win vs.  Loyola Chicago on Wednesday, the Spartans used a late surge to down the Huskies. With under 2 minutes to play, Michigan State trailed 60-55 and appeared to be heading toward a loss.

However, over the last 1:40, Michigan State scored the last 9 points. That included 4 from Julius Marble as the Spartans came back for the 64-60 upset. It was the first defeat of the season for UConn.

Offensively, Michigan State was led by Gabe Brown’s 16-point, 10-rebound double-double. Brown also sank 2-for-3 3-pointers as the Spartans went 6-for-13 from deep as a team. That proved to be one of the difference-makers as the Huskies were held to 2-for-16 from 3-point range.

In addition to scoring 4 late points, Marble had 15 off the bench to provide a spark in the win.

After the game, head coach Tom Izzo discussed the win, praising UConn’s length and defensive talent that proved to be a challenge: