This past Saturday, Michigan went into East Lansing and stomped Michigan State in a game that was nowhere near as close as the 21-7 score indicated.
But the conclusion of the game has almost taken a back seat to what happened on the field during the pregame warmups. That, of course, is when the Spartans players walked with arms locked right through a group of Wolverines players were at midfield. While doing so, a couple of Michigan players were ‘clotheslined,’ which resulted in Devin Bush Jr. doing his best to tear up the Michigan State logo at midfield.
Following the game, Wolverines head coach Jim Harbaugh called what the Spartans did, “bush,” and ripped Michigan State head coach Mark Dantonio for following behind his team laughing while it all went down. Dantonio called Harbaugh’s accusations, “BS,” but refused to talk about it further.
On Wednesday, the Big Ten office issued a series of reprimands for both Michigan and Michigan State for their actions on Saturday and the Spartans were fined $10,000.
Big Ten reprimands Michigan and MSU. Michigan State has been fined $10,000 as a result of the violation pic.twitter.com/OQytHsY78V
— angelique (@chengelis) October 24, 2018
Predicting the winner of the Detroit Lions final 10 games
On Sunday, the Detroit Lions dealt with the heat just fine as they went on the road and defeated the Miami Dolphins 32-21.
With the victory, the Lions are now 3-3 and within striking distance of first place in the NFC North.
Looking ahead, the schedule looks a bit demanding and depending on whether or not they can navigate the storm will dictate if the Lions can make run at the NFC North crown.
So, without further ado, let’s take a look a how I believe the Lions final 10 games will go.
(W) WEEK 8 – vs. Seattle Seahawks
Russell Wilson is one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL and he will likely have a big game against the Lions defense. That being said, the Seahawks are no longer a defensive powerhouse and Matthew Stafford will be slinging it around in this game as the Lions move to 4-3.
Lions 31 Seahawks 27
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