To the disappointment of many Wolverine fans and to the elation of Spartan nation, Michigan State got a surprise comeback win over Michigan with a game filled with action. Let's get to the good part...here's what that victory looked like for the players on the field.
There is a college football game this weekend. Did you hear? It's a big game. The undefeated Michigan State Spartans host the undefeated Wolverines of Michigan. ESPN's College Game day will be there too.
On April 7, the NCAA banned football coaches from working at camps away from their campuses. Some say the rule will reduce opportunities and scholarships for high school students.
One Michigan mother is fighting back.
Michigan State suffered a shocking 90-81 loss to Middle Tennessee today.
The second-seed Spartans became only the eighth team in the NCAA men's tournament to lose to a fifteen-seed.
It brings to mind the Michigan Wolverines football team's shocking loss to Appalachian State in 2007.
Which loss was more shocking, the Spartans loss to Middle Tennessee or Michigan's loss to Appalachian State?
Central Michigan had a 14 - 13 lead over Minnesota late in the 4th quarter of the Quick Lane Bowl at Ford Field in Detroit, but was not able to stop Minnesota's late drive as the Golden Gophers beat CMU 21 - 14.
Duke won its fifth NCAA Division I men's basketball title on Monday night, getting 23 points from freshman guard Tyus Jones in a 68-63 win over Wisconsin in Indianapolis.
College basketball's player of the year, Frank Kaminsky, led the Badgers with 21 points and 12 rebounds in the battle of No. 1 seeds at Lucas Oil Stadium.