Found April 20, 2013 on
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The Michigan State Spartan mascot got painted maize and blue over the night which happen to be Michigan’s colors. The mascot also had a giant M painted in it. This act of rivalry is pretty much vandalism but it happens all the time. Michigan State’s spring game happens to be today and I’m sure the act was planned accordingly. Expect the Sparty mascot to get cleaned up shortly. Hahahaha look what happened to sparty #HAIL #GOBLUE #VICTORS twitter.com/Haggerty70/sta… — Buzz Schneider (@Haggerty70) April 20, 2013
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Michigan fans vandalized the bronze Spartan statue at Michigan State University sometime late Friday night or early Saturday morning, painting a yellow 'M' on the Spartan's midsection and painting his helmet blue.
Fortunately, MSU's Grounds Department was able to clean up the paint and restore the statue.
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