I saw the final score and wondered how many times MSU has given up that many points at home? The answer? NEVER!
They've given up > 54 a couple of times to Michigan and Penn State (also Wisconsin, Nebraska, and UCLA) but those were all on the road.
Here's a link to my source:
Too bad it was to NW. I think it's time Michigan takes over a new record - score 55 in EL.
I'm throwing a party for the Michigan/Michigan State game and I'm planning a crawfish boil which doesn't seem like rocket science. Looking to cook about 20 LB's for about 10-12 seafood eaters. But, it seems like theres a wide variation of seasonings and techniques. Has anyone had any expience or knowledge you can pass on?
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With Michigan moving up to No. 3 in the AP poll today, a nice little run (last four games) of playing as the No. 4 team comes to an end.
Since Bo started in 1969, Michigan has played 57 games as the AP No. 4, more than any other place in the rankings. M's record playing as the AP No. 4 in that time is 46-9-2, for a winning percentage of .825.
Starting this Saturday, Michigan will add to its stats playing as the AP No. 3. Since 1969 Michigan is 30-11-1 (.726) playing as the AP No. 3. Michigan's last win as AP No. 3 was September 9, 2000, 38-7 over Rice. Michigan's last loss as AP No. 3 was to Southern Cal in the Rose Bowl, 32-18, on January 1, 2007.
Also, since Illinois is unranked...
Since 1969, when Michigan is ranked in the AP poll, the Wolverines are 269-33-5 (.884) against unranked teams.
Isn't that special?
Per Purdue's Rivals site (https://purdue.rivals.com/news/darrell-hazell-is-out-as-purdue-s-footbal...):
After managing only a 9-33 record over three-plus seasons, Darrell Hazell is no longer Purdue’s head coach, GoldandBlack.com has learned.
Hazell was fired Sunday, one day after Iowa dominated the Boilermakers 49-35 on Homecoming.
Receivers coach Gerad Parker will be the interim coach. Parker is in his fourth season with the Boilermakers, coming on staff as tight ends coach before moving to coach the receivers last season.
In the Coaches poll we're still #4, only 19 points behind Clemson. Wisconsin stayed at #10 despite losing to OSU.
My buddy was at the game yesterday and said Donovan Peoples-Jones was behind them at the game. Said they did not seem to have a ton of fun and left by the 4th quarter, so there's that.
From world famous RCMB.