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Former Michigan star Jabrill Peppers trolls Michigan State prior to big game

Oct 29, 2016; East Lansing, MI, USA; Michigan Wolverines linebacker Jabrill Peppers (5) walks off the field after a game against the Michigan State Spartans at Spartan Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mike Carter-USA TODAY Sports

On Saturday, Michigan heads to East Lansing to take on their second biggest rival, the Michigan State Spartans.

Since taking over the MSU program, head coach Mark Dantonio has gone 8-3 against the Wolverines and he hopes to continue that trend this weekend.

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For the most part, it has been a rather quiet week in terms of trash talk from both sides but that did not stop former Michigan star, Jabrill Peppers from getting in a cheap shot on social media.

As you can see below, Peppers retweeted Michigan’s TBT tweet of his “exclamation point” from 2016. Of course, Peppers could not just leave it at that, he had to toss in the #BeatLilBro hashtag at the end.

To be honest, as a Michigan fan, I would be perfectly fine with the whole “little brother” comment dying for good. As we know, it has not served us well!

The Wolverines are currently a 7-point favorite on the road but that won’t mean much to a Spartan team that is 11-0 against the spread against Michigan since Dantonio took the helm.


Michigan confirms defensive player is leaving program

This coming Saturday, Michigan will be in East Lansing to take on the Michigan State Spartans in what is being looked at as a must-win game for both teams.

Most news this week was supposed to be about the big game, but on Wednesday night, some news broke that caught most Wolverines’ fans off guard.

According to reports, Michigan linebacker Drew Singleton had decided to transfer.

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