By now you've heard the news: Michigan has officially moved on from Brady Hoke.

Not a big surprise.

But what does it mean for Michigan State?

It's safe to say Spartan fans weren't exactly quaking in their boots when the Wolverines made their last two hires, Rich Rodriguez and Hoke. Mark Dantonio went a combined 6-1 against them.

Plus, in the short term it especially looks good for MSU, which has put up double-digit wins in four of the past five seasons, all while Michigan has languished.

And then there's this statistic: In the modern era, no Michigan coach has ever beaten Michigan State in their first season. Not Bo Schembechler, not Gary Moeller, not Lloyd Carr.

So tell us, MSU fans: What does the latest head coaching change in Ann Arbor mean for Michigan State?