On October 29, No. 4 Michigan will host unranked Michigan State in their annual rivalry game, and thanks to each team having their bye this week, we will have an extra seven days to sift through all of the trash-talking that will be going on between the two teams and their fan bases.
Well, the Spartans attempted to fire a shot at the Wolverines but they failed miserably.
In fact, they failed so miserably that they had to delete the tweet.
How did Michigan State attempt to troll Michigan?
As you can see below, the Spartans attempted to troll the Wolverines by tweeting out a graphic to promote their upcoming rivalry game, and while doing so, they made the decision to make Michigan‘s Block “M” upside down.
What whoever made the graphic apparently did not realize is that an upside-down “M” just so happens to be a “W.”
Well, as you can imagine, Wolverines fans came out of the woodwork to bash the Spartans for already giving them the “W” in their big game.
The tweet has since been deleted, which makes it look even worse!
Jim Harbaugh has struggled in the rivalry
Despite having the better roster in just about every season (probably every season), Wolverines head coach Jim Harbaugh has struggled against the Spartans.
In fact, in his first seven games against MSU, Harbaugh is just 3-4, including 0-2 against Michigan State head coach, Mel Tucker.
Nation, who do you think wins this battle on Oct. 29?