Because, what else is there to talk about?
Brian Bennett: Denard Robinson's mistakes finally catch up to him against a nasty Michigan State defense, which comes up with three turnovers. Kirk Cousins and B.J. Cunningham hook up early and often, and the Spartans make it four Bunyans in a row. ... Michigan State 24, Michigan 20
Adam Rittenberg: Four Bunyans? Sounds nasty. I wrestled with this one all week, as there are so many interesting subplots, all of which could go by the wayside because it's a rivalry game. Although Michigan is undefeated, I think this game has greater significance for Michigan State. The Spartans do enough to slow down Robinson and get enough from running backs Le'Veon Bell and Edwin Baker. Michigan State rallies in the fourth quarter and wins on a last-minute field goal. ... Michigan State 23, Michigan 21
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Bennett correctly (IMO) identifies turnovers as an issue, and while he suggests the Spartans get 3, he seems to have neglected Michigan's impressive ability to generate turnovers through the first 6 games.
Rittenberg pulls out the "we've seen this one before" meme and goes with the same story from last year: MSU was the first team to slow down Robinson in 2010, therefore, MSU will be the first team to slow down Robinson in 2011.
Seems to have no love for Toussaint or Smith in there.
Seems to have forgotten that our offensive playbook still has much to be revealed.