Michigan expecting energized Michigan State; rivalry deep in importance, history

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Michigan expecting revitalize Spartans

Michigan State went through its worst season since the early 1980s last year when the Spartans went 3-9. Michigan  contributed to those woes with a 32-23 win in East Lansing.

The Wolverines aren’t expecting to see that Spartans squad when the teams meet Saturday night at Michigan Stadium. 

New top rival

Michigan considers Ohio State its biggest rival but, writes Shawn Windsor of the Free Press, it should change that thinking

Jim Harbaugh’s history with Sparty

Jim Harbaugh played in the Michigan-Michigan State series and he’s now coached in it. He tells Brad Galli of WXYZ-TV in Detroit that his interest in the rivalry began much earlier in his life

Buyer beware

If you’re buying tickets for the game this Saturday from a secondary seller, make sure you read the ticket

Safety guide

More than 110,000 people are expected to be inside Michigan Stadium on Saturday night. How are MSU and U-M planning on keeping everyone safe? The Lansing State Journal asked

Wilton Speight in good spirits

Quarterback Wilton Speight is handling his injury as well as could possibly be expected, said Harbaugh during his weekly radio show this week.  

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