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I’ve been saying this on Twitter for weeks. At 5-1, MSU football is exactly where everyone thought it would be. Coach Dantonio’s QB-selection process has been absolutely vindicated. — isportsDave (@isportsDave) October 13, 2013 Although it was not without drama and definitely caused panic and hysteria for some of the Spartan fan base, Dantonio handled this year’s quarterback...
Who: No. 21 Michigan Wolverines (6-1, 2-1) vs. No. 22 Michigan State Spartans (7-1, 4-0)
What: Battle for the Paul Bunyan Trophy
When: Nov. 2, 3:30 p.m. (ABC)
Where: Spartan Stadium
Fun Fact: Saturday will mark the 106th meeting between Michigan and Michigan State. The Wolverines own a record of 68-32-5 over the Spartans.
Matchup to Watch For: Michigan State’s defensive line vs...
EAST LANSING — This Saturday, the Michigan State Spartans (7-1, 4-0) will look to take back the Paul Bunyan Trophy as they face the Michigan Wolverines (6-1, 2-1) at Spartan Stadium. Aside from the obvious in-state rivalry, this game is big for both schools because the winner will control their own destiny in the Big Ten Legends Division.
Below are the five players for Michigan...
Max Bullough isn't about to downplay Saturday's clash between No. 24 Michigan State and No. 23 Michigan.
In fact, wanting to beat the Wolverines is pretty much in his blood.
Bullough is a linebacker for Michigan State's top-ranked defense. His grandfather Hank played for the Spartans during the early 1950s, and his father Shane followed suit in the mid-80s. Two of Bullough...
The distinguished William v. Campbell Trophy is a unique honor only a handful of college football players are recognized for each year. Michigan State senior linebacker Max Bullough was named one of 16 finalists for the honor by the National Football Foundation on Thursday.