Murderwolf has always been here. That includes all the way back to 1898 when the University of Michigan and Michigan Agricultural College first faced off in a game of football. It wasn't until 1953 that the "Murderwolf - Governor of Michigan Trophy" (or simply the "Murderwolf Trophy") was introduced.
At first, neither school wanted the trophy. Michigan didn't care about the game that much and Michigan State felt the "Murderwolf" too closely resembled a wolverine. Eventually, the trophy started changing hands and the scores were engraved. No one really knows where the "Murderwolf" concept came from.
Kidding aside, the Murderwolf has been a hilarious side-story this season. I've had a blast seeing all the creative things people have done with it. I have been contributing to the meme on Twitter but thought it was time for something a little more special for State week.
So here's the Murderwolf in his biggest role yet: The Paul Bunyan Trophy. I have 4K widescreen and mobile wallpapers below. Go Blue and Beat State!