Found September 04, 2013 on The Detroit Sports Site:
Denard Robinson was a guest via phone on BTNLive Wednesday and had this to say when asked about Michigan’s biggest rivals: “Of course, we gotta say Ohio’s the biggest one, Notre Dame … and we always say Michigan State’s our little brothers.” As you might expect, that “little brothers” comment hit a bit of a nerve with the Spartan faithful, who were quick to point out Robinson’s 1-3 record against MSU. A sampling of the reactions: Oh, Denard…Robinson went 40 of 82 through the air for 501 yards, 2 touchdowns and 5 interceptions vs MSU. 1-3. #LittleBro #OwnedYou — Axis (@AxisGranted) September 5, 2013 I'd like to thank Denard Robinson for giving the #SpartanDawgs bulletin board material on November 2nd. He sure knows how to fire us up! — Joey Shaver (@JoeyShaver) September 5, 2013 Why is anyone mad at Denard? He sounds like an idiot. Got his ass kicked and played like poop vs. us. Who cares what arm punt says? Move on — Mike Valenti (@MikeValenti971) September 5, 2013 Even current Michigan State quarterback Damion Terry, who’s trying to crack the Spartans’ starting lineup, opted to weigh in on Robinson’s remark. Terry wrote “Stop it Denard”, then later deleted that tweet. He did respond to one or two other tweeters: @ButtGrack9 he's 1-3 vs us and he called us lil brother lol doesn't even make sense — Damion Terry (@DamionTerry) September 5, 2013 Here’s the clip from BTNLive, in case you’d like to see it in its entirety:
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