I feel the need to explode the rampant "MSU Has Hotter Chicks" meme. It's just not true, and I'm tired of hearing it.
I dated an MSU coed for almost 2 years. She was super hott, as were many of her sorority sisters, BUT let me tell you a story that may change your opinion of MSU girls ...
In 2007, I was in grad school at Northwestern and went to visit the girlfriend in E.L. for Halloween. She was a junior at the time, and we went to a party at the house of her guy friends. They were also juniors. As such, most of the girls at the party were freshman and sophomores. Ya know, cause chicks usually hang with older guys (this is a fact and should not be disputed).
Anyway, all of the chicks at this party were out-of-control hott, wearing the most scandalous outfits. Half of the girls weren't even in real costumes, just wearing lingerie with no theme. It was like the Victoria's Secret fashion show, ass and titties for miles, and I was in heaven. Needless to say, I left E.L. on Sunday with my spank bank brimming, which was a good thing because Evanston probably has the nastiest girls in the whole Big Ten.
Okay, now cut to 2008, I went to E.L. to visit the girlfriend for MSU's welcome week. She was a senior now, and we went to a party at the house of some of her sorority sisters, who were also seniors. In fact, every girl there was a senior, and the place was like an old French whore convention, with beer bellies, over-died hair, sun-damaged skin, distended livers and worn out faces that looked like broken-in baseball mitts.
After we left the party, I began checking out every girl we passed on the way to Panchero's and back to the girlfriend's house, but well-tread, high-mileage, nasty-looking ladies outnumbered the hotties by like 2 to 1. My mind was blown.
I didn't say anything at the time, but I mentioned it to her later, over the phone in the middle of the following week. She was a little offended, and we really didn't discuss further.
Well the next weekend, she visited a friend in Ann Arbor and went to the Michigan game, and I got a call right before kick-off. She was at a tailgate with a bunch of senior girls from UM. Here's what she said (more or less):
"OMG. I am so pissed. After we talked this week, I started looking around campus and around the house (her sorority), and you were so right. All the older girls at State are so dogged out. They're all fat and run down, even my friends. They all used to be so cute. I don't know what happened to them. And now, I'm in Ann Arbor, and you know what? All the Michigan girls I've seen today are so hawt! They are hawtter than the girls at State! They dress so well, and they're all still skinny and really cute. I am so pissed. This is the one thing we (MSU) had over you guys (UM). We had hotter girls. You guys are smarter and will make more money, but we were hotter. And you took it from us. You took our thing. It was all we had. I am so pissed, so pissed."
I just laughed and laughed and laughed.
So yes, MSU girls are hotter when they start school, as freshman, but State's smoke-green, snort-white, drink-everything, bone-anyone culture catches up with them fast. By the time they are seniors, alot of them look like 35-year-old meth heads. And as you can see from the quote above, even MSU girls will admit it.