On Saturday, the Michigan Wolverines opened up a can of whoop ass on the Michigan State Spartans. When all was said and done, Michigan outgained Michigan State 395 yards to just 94 as they rolled to a 21-7 win in East Lansing.
There were plenty of fireworks during the game, but some of the biggest came before kickoff as the Spartans joined arms to walk across the field. According to reports, they were 10 minutes late and some of the Michigan players, including Devin Bush Jr., were already on the field.
As the Michigan State players approached midfield, the reportedly “clotheslines” a couple of Wolverines’ players and even ripped the earphones out of one player’s ears.
After the Spartans players finally finished walking by, Devin Bush Jr. took it upon himself to deface the Michigan State logo with his cleats.
Following the game, Wolverines head coach Jim Harbaugh talked about what happened during the pregame and while doing so, he called out Spartans head coach Mark Dantonio for smiling while it was going on.
Check it out!
Harbaugh says Dantonio was “5 yards behind smiling” during pregame issue Called it “bush league” pic.twitter.com/mL1QZ2cUMI
— angelique (@chengelis) October 20, 2018
When Dantonio was told about Harbaugh’s comments, the Spartans head coach was not happy at all.
Told that Harbaugh said after the game that MSU was "bush league" before the game and that "Dantonio was five yards behind smiling the whole time," Dantonio says: "that's B.S." pic.twitter.com/3L2IVoXJLa
— David Harns (@DavidHarns) October 20, 2018
This tweet does show Dantonio roughly 5 yards behind his team before the game, but obviously, we can not tell if he is smiling or not.
Circles are Mark Dantonio (Left) and Devin Bush (Right). Quite literally Dantonio is like 5 yards behind the line of players. So it’s really not “BS”. pic.twitter.com/hdj3MMC9Tz
— Steven Crompton 〽️ (@SCrompton37) October 20, 2018
WHOA! Michigan’s Chase Winovich disrespects Michigan State following 21-7 win
After an absolutely dominant performance on Saturday afternoon, the Michigan Wolverines have now won two of three against the Michigan State Spartans.
Following the game, Wolverines’ defensive end Chase Winovich was interviewed on the field and he did not hold back his feeling about the Spartans at all.
To see Winovich’s comments, please click on the link below.