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Football freep.com —  All Michigan State has done is finish with at least eleven wins in four of the past five seasons, beat their arch-rivals six of the past seven meetings and become the only team in college football to finish in the top five in the polls each of the last two seasons. So you can understand why the fan base might wonder why all the fuss is over a coach who has a record of 29-21 in four years of FBS coaching.
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Football mlive.com —  "Relative to the Michigan and Michigan State rivalry, it is as it is, it always has been and always will be,'' Dantonio said. "It just didn't start today or a couple of months ago. It's been an ongoing thing, so we approach like it that daily."
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Ice Hockey freep.com —  The Michigan State and Michigan hockey teams will meet for the sixth time this season, with a chance to play in the Big Ten championship game on the line. Michigan beat Wisconsin, 5-1, on Thursday night to advance to the 8 p.m. semifinal tonight against Michigan State at Joe Louis Arena. The winner will face the winner of Minnesota-Ohio State in the Big Ten tournament championship game on Saturday night.
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Ice Hockey freep.com —  Michigan State could win the Big Ten regular-season hockey championship Saturday night in Ann Arbor. Or the Spartans could finish fourth in the six-team conference.
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Ice Hockey theonlycolors.com —  For the first time in the 74 years these two teams have played each other, there will be a B1G Hockey Conference Championship on the line.
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Ice Hockey detroitnews.com —  Michigan State (10-6-2-2) sits atop the Big Ten, holding a one-point lead over Michigan (11-7-0) and Minnesota (10-5-3). Penn State (10-7-1) is fourth, three points back. The Spartans can clinch the title with a victory Friday and a Nittany Lions win. If Michigan State and Michigan split, and Penn State and Minnesota split, the Spartans get the No. 1 seed, the Wolverines No. 2.
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Ice Hockey msuspartans.com —  Forget the rivalry. It's more about winning a regular-season championship. The stakes are high this weekend as Michigan State and Michigan close out the Big Ten season with a home-and-home series, arguably the most important in more than a decade. The Spartans, who took over first place last Saturday, control their own destiny: Win two games and capture their first conference title since 2000-01.
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Men's Basketball theonlycolors.com —  This weekend will mark the 303rd and 304th time the Michigan State Spartans and Michigan Wolverines will play each other in ice hockey. The first game between the two stretches back to January 1, 1922 when Michigan State played it's first hockey game ever, losing to the Wolverines 5-1.
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Football freep.com —  "Arrogant asses." There's no official agreement on the exact wording of Michigan State coach Darryl Rogers' comment at the 1978 football banquet, but there's no dispute that he called the Wolverines and their fans "arrogant asses."
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Men's Basketball freep.com —  After two decades as a Big Ten official, one game stands out to retiring Bill LeMonnier as the most intense. “With Michigan and Ohio State, it would be like that for the first few possessions and then settle in,” LeMonnier said Saturday at the league’s annual officiating clinic. “But Michigan and Michigan State, it was like that from start to finish. That one has always stood out to me.”
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Football espn.go.com —  Matt Millen (I know, I know) and Andre Ware (I know, I know) discuss Michigan State's success under coach Mark Dantonio and the Michigan Wolverine's recent struggles.
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Men's Soccer msuspartans.com —  In the last game of the regular season, the Michigan State men's soccer team shutout Michigan, 2-0, in front of the largest crowd of the year on Senior Day. The 2,445 fans in attendance proved to be the second largest in DeMartin Stadium history and the third most in program history. With the win, the Spartans improved to 10-4-3 on the season and 3-2-1 in the conference, while Michigan now owns an 8-6-3 record, including 3-3-0 in the Big Ten. MSU defeated its in-state rival to earn the ninth shutout of the season.



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Men's Soccer msuspartans.com —  In the final match of the regular season, the No. 18 Michigan State men’s soccer team (9-4-3, 2-2-1) welcomes in-state rival Michigan (8-5-3, 3-2-0) to DeMartin Stadium on Saturday, Nov. 9 at 2 p.m. The winner of the annual game with be the proud owner of the Big Bear trophy for the rest of the year.
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Men's Soccer statenews.com —  It all comes down to this. The last game of the regular season for the No. 18 MSU men’s soccer team (9-4-3 overall, 2-2-1 Big Ten) against Michigan (8-5-3 overall, 3-2 Big Ten), and senior day presents the Spartans with one emotional afternoon at DeMartin Stadium, in the Battle for The Big Bear Trophy.
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Football mlive.com —  Michigan State has won just about every team and individual honor possible in one week since embarrassing Michigan on national television by a 29-6 count Saturday, earning bragging rights for the next year and knocking the Wolverines out of the Top 25. Here's a crib notes version of what you should take away from the game.
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Football mlive.com —  The Michigan State-Michigan afternoon game on Saturday was the second-most viewed game of the week, averaging 5,169,000 viewers and a 3.3 rating, behind on the Florida State-Miami night game, which averaged 8,354,000 viewers and a 5.1 rating.
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Football theonlycolors.com —  Devin Gardner didn't come into this game with quite the same hype as Denard Robinson did in 2010, but there are, if anything, even more recruiting service stars on the Michigan side of the ball now than there were then. And this third-year Michigan coach is a Michigan Man--two capitol M's--making the stark contrast between the two team's level of physicality and execution that much more striking. This Michigan coach isn't going away anywhere close to as easily as the last one did, but we're sure not helping his cause any.
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Football mlive.com —  Of Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio's most familiar refrains, there was one that stood out more than any other throughout the offseason: "Find the inches.''
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Football detroitnews.com —  Since Dantonio took over in 2007, things have changed dramatically. Michigan State is 5-2 in the rivalry since, including Saturday's 29-6 victory, a defensive domination that proved the Spartans are the team to beat in the Big Ten's Legends Division.
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