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Sunday, November 17, 2013


The Michigan Mainstream Media Machine (M-4) would have us believe that Michigan State "can't handle success", and after winning a big game, the green-and-white revert to the "Same Old Spartans" and take a beating the next game. They never say that about UM.

Turns out this is another example of how the tables have already turned under MSU Head Coach Mark Dantonio. Instead of the SOS fairy tale, it's actually the S.O.W. ("Same Old Wolverines") who can't handle playing against MSU, regardless of whether they win or lose.

Here are the game results for the MSU Football team in the game following their match-up against UM:
  • 2013 game after playing UM: Beat Nebraska, 41-28
  • 2012 game after playing UM: Beat Wisconsin, 16-13
  • 2011 game after playing UM: Beat Wisconsin, 37-31
  • 2010 game after playing UM: Beat Illinois, 26-6
  • 2009 game after playing UM: Beat Illinois, 24-14
  • 2008 game after playing UM: Beat Wisconsin, 25-24
  • 2007 game after playing UM: Beat Purdue, 48-31

The FACT is that MSU has won their next game after playing UM for the last seven years in a row. Seems like our Spartans have handled success under Coach Mark Dantonio, as they are undefeated in the games following the game against Michigan.

What about those wonderful weasels? Again, here are the numbers:
  • 2013 game after playing MSU: Lost to Nebraska, 17-13
  • 2012 game after playing MSU: Lost at Nebraska, 23-9
  • 2011 game after playing MSU: Beat Purdue, 36-14
  • 2010 game after playing MSU: Lost to Iowa, 38-28
  • 2009 game after playing MSU: Lost at Iowa, 30-28
  • 2008 game after playing MSU: Lost at Purdue, 48-42
  • 2007 game after playing MSU: Lost at Wisconsin, 37-21

Upon review, it's the SOWs who can't handle playing Michigan State, as they are now 1-6 after playing the Dantonio-led Spartans.

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