“You can always have more than one rivalry,” Taiwan Jones said, “Regardless if they think it’s one or not, we’re going to treat it as one.”
Even before Michigan and Michigan State took the field at Spartan Stadium on Saturday, we all knew what the outcome would be.
During Mark Dantonio’s seven seasons at Michigan State he has had some of the best trick plays in college football.
Michigan State head coach Mark Dantonio made it clear the Spartans have too much to lose to take Indiana lightly.
“It’s SAD how people these days will believe anything reported by media sources that don’t take the time to be GREAT!!!”
Head coach Mark Dantonio agreed with the athletic director’s sentiments regarding fans who left the Michigan State-Nebraska game early.
Michigan State is off to a historic start on offense and welcomes another high-scoring team to begin Big Ten play against Nebraska at 8 p.m. Saturday at Spartan Stadium.
No. 9 Michigan State is favored by more than four touchdowns for the second straight week, though Mark Dantonio is expecting Wyoming to provide a better test than Eastern Michigan did last weekend.
I have an idea and it’s a long shot; you know kind of like Michigan actually scoring an offensive touchdown.
“Our guys need to come ready to play,” Dantonio said. “If there’s a message out of this press conference, that would be the message.”