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You don't know me to make up stuff because I DON'T make stuff up. I am telling you, the tunnel had a lot of Spartan players in it while others hung back to shake hands. I never said all of them left,, but there was plenty. I hope there's some video evidence to prove me right. If not, or I'm proven otherwise, I will gladly offer my apologies.
As far as the trophy, I don't gaf about that ugly ass thing. That POS used to sit in our team room and half the guys didn't even know wtf it was. Bo called it the ugliest trophy in America. It only became important when Sparty won it two, three, four times in a row and made it the centerpiece of their celebration. Trevor Barnes even made a cute little emoticon for it.
in reality, that was a troll of all trolls. Mark Dantonio couldn't have set that cheese up any better, and you and Jandy hunkered down on a heaping helping of it.
I win the Internet for the day.
Everyone has this guy blocked, right? I'm trying to decide if he flames and makes things interesting or if he's just a complete doucher. Is he worth the flames or is he just toolish? I'll hang up and listen.
I have him and Hoke blocked. I have 0 Michigan State or Ohio State posters blocked.
All I know is that this game is now very important to both side because we have a coach who understands how Spartan graduates feel when they lose this game. He made it important. The trophy was a tool and he used it. When it was time to give it back protocol was followed to the letter. Hollis and Dantonio wouldn't have it any other way.
The players also shook hands after a hard caught game. Perhaps some exited but the vast majority did. Those are facts.
We'll have the trophy back next year. Dantonio has a trend line in points allowed against Michigan. It gets lower each year. We'll only need ten to win next year. That will be done in the first quarter.
YOUR have been banned from reading and posting on the Michigan Wolverine board.
It's pretty ironic considering I made one post after Michigan beat MSU and you made about 50 of them crying about the refs.
Stealing Sparty's recruits and owning them on the field since 1898
Blocked. He's not funny or witty. I blocked another today too. Much easier. If they have a wit it's one thing but one just gets tired.
As a player or coach in a hard fought game I never thought I was "better" then a team that beat me. I thought if I played that team in a week I could beat them with better mental or physical preparation, but on that field, that day you tip your hat to great athletes and competitors and say you beat me. The Michigan kids made plays when needed. From a long fieldgoal to goal line stands, to stopping us from getting a first down to win the game they were better.
And Michigan will have more experience and bigger targets at receiver (assuming Gardner stays at receiver) which could potentially allow Michigan to have a much better passing game next year. Obviously we won't know how Bellomy will do as QB until he actually starts, but I would hold off on the bold claims that Michigan won't reach double digit points against MSU next year.
He is Hoke, so you only have one guy blocked.
"As far as the downvotes. It's a gnat biting an lion"
-- A member of tRCMB Justice League, taking the internet WAY WAY too seriously.
Why not, they pick preseason all Americans. I say MSU 35 um 6. Next year. (subject to change)
That score would be most unfortunate. I just think that next year Michigan's offense will be less turnover prone, and more balanced. I'm hoping that will offset the explosiveness that it loses when Denard leaves.
He also had a trend line of winning the week following a loss. We saw how that turned out.
From our perspective, I like where OUR coach has us directed.
Thread title has been changed to reflect UM's W.
Michigan State does not and will not run the 3-4 defense.
You're the man Rocky.
+1 this guy gets it. That was as exciting and nerve-wracking of a game that I've seen in years. A hard fought defensive battle that went back and forth, one field goal at a time. I would have been crushed had UM lost. I have a feeling these games will continue to be nailbiters for years to come.
FYI, the Michigan/MSU game is the BTN game of the week and is being replayed right now on BTN.
congrats to blue for a hard fought victory!!!!!
also, kudos to msu for fighting hard and never giving up (after tough, close losses to iowa and osu)...
you folks in michigan gave the fans exactly what was expected (a hard hitting, tough rivalry game)....
best of luck the rest of the way msu, and you too blue (except for ur last game)....
looks like um goes to the ccg, and maybe even the rose (altho, dont overlook brasky and whisky)...
represent the big ten well, and kick usc or oregons ass!!!!!!!!
I like how RCMB says that our stadium is quiet even though our fans caused 2 or 3 false starts on one drive.
As of now, i think Nebraska has the easier path.
vs Michigan (night)
i can see that being anywhere from 5-0 to 3-2.
Northwestern (upset watch?)
I can see that being anywhere from 4-1 to 3-2.
Next week decides the division imo. Wisconsin would beat Nebraska in Indy, Michigan would most likely beat Wisconsin in Indy.
The Michigan vs Nebraska game is shaping up to be the game for the division. I believe this is what the Big Ten envisioned originally with tOSU vs PSU being the marquee game in their division.
Can someone link me that Mathlete guy from MGoBlog where he bought/sell teams?
I remember him buying ND and selling MSU and LSU. damn he was spot on.
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I think we win 52-14. We have a similar offense to Ohio State and a better defense.
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I was actually pretty disapointed in our crowd yesterday compared to the osu, nebraska, and notre dame games last year.
IMO I thought it was quieter than last year's ND/OSU games. It was louder than last years' Nebraska game. If I was ranking the loudest big ten stadiums, it would be 1. PSU 2. Nebraska 3. Ohio State 4. Michigan 5. Wisconsin 6. Iowa 7. MSU 8. Illinois 9. Minnesota 10. Purdue 11. Indiana 12. Northwestern
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