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Monday, February 8, 2016


Rivalry Week 2016 has come and gone, and what is there left to say about it? Michigan State drilled Michigan twice on the basketball court, once at Breslin and once at Crisler. Both the Men's and Women's teams play each other only once during the regular season, so last week was all she wrote, pending the conference tournaments.

Here's how good it was for Spartan Basketball against the Wolverines:

The MSU Women hosted UM last Wednesday night at Breslin. The Spartans forced an early timeout after a quick 13-4 opening run, they led by 20 points at half-time and by 27 at the end of three quarters. The Wolverines trailed the entire game. Michigan State wins by 21.
The MSU Men traveled to Ann Arbor last Saturday afternoon, laying a whipping on their rivals. The Spartan lead ballooned to 30 with under three minutes to play, making it two home losses in a row for Genius John Beilein. 89-73, Michigan State.

The big question facing all of us is whether any of this will serve to SHUT UP THE chUMps. All we've heard for the past month is "38-0" from every loud-mouthed blueblood, despite the 42-13 shellacking their football team took on their home-field during Redshirt-Junior Day. Now that Beilein's Boys were slammed by both Indiana and Michigan State in consecutive home-games, will the chUMps kindly crawl back into their holes?

The Spartan Men are 16-9 against UM in the last 25 contests.

The Spartan Women have now defeated the Wolverines
seven-of-the-last-ten games, as well as 21 out of the last 25.


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