Michigan State once again displayed high powered efficiency on offense, shooting a combined 30-of-59 (.508) from the field and 16-of-17 from the charity stripe.
In addition to Anderson, Brown and Ager reaching double figures in points, it was a milestone night for Senior Forward Kelvin Torbert. Torbert, scored his 1,000 career point on a dunk midway through the second half and finished with 11 points, all of which came after the break.
The Lions held tough through much of the first half, leading by as many as five points at one spot. However, it would not last long as Michigan State rolled off a 17-to-2 run late in the first half and held a 30-18 lead at intermission.
Penn State never threatened again, hitting only eight field goals after the break, as the Spartans outscored them 44-28 in the second half. Michigan State also forced the Nittany Lions into a season-high 20 turnovers, turning those miscues into 33 points for themselves.
The win was Michigan State's sixth in a row, while Penn State lost for the sixth time in seven tries.
Next up for Michigan State is a 2.p.m. Saturday tip-off versus the Northwestern Wildcats at the Breslin Center.