Trailing by 19 points after nine minutes, the 11th-ranked Michigan State Spartans settled down and then roared from behind to beat the Texas Longhorns 78-68 Friday to win the championship in the Las Vegas Invitational.
Guards Joshua Langford and Cassius Winston led the comeback with a remarkable perimeter shooting display.
Langford scored 29 points and Winston added 20 points and 10 assists.
Combined, the two hit nine three-point baskets. The Spartans (5-1) erased what had been a 25-6 deficit.
The Longhorns (5-1) shot 34.4 percent from the field a night after they hit 52 percent in upsetting the seventh-ranked North Carolina Tar Heels.
UT guard Kerwin Roach II, who scored 32 on North Carolina, was held to 15 and 4 of 14 shooting. Forward Dylan Osetkowski and point guard Matt Coleman III had 13 points.
Freshman Jaxson Hayes produced 11.