The Washtenaw County prosecutor, a U-M alum and Ann Arbor native who's currently on the U-M faculty, has charged seven suspended MSU football players involved in the tunnel fight at Michigan Stadium last month. Some of his Twitter activity might present a conflict of interest.
On that fateful day nearly seven years ago, October 17th, 2015, then-Michigan quarterback Blake O'Neill made a critical error in the fourth quarter, giving the Spartans a 27-23 victory in the blink of an eye. This left all Michigan fans stunned, and when the camera cut to one upset student, a Sophomore named Chris Baldwin, his stunned look of pure horror and shock was immortalized in history forever.
Jim Harbaugh and senior tight end Erick All both listed beating MSU as a priority for Michigan this season. It could represent a fundamental shift in how U-M views State, and it could cost the Spartans their biggest advantage over the Wolverines.
Michigan punter Brad Robbins tweeted a thinly veiled criticism of MSU football for bringing in a Ferrari for recruits to take photos with, despite Michigan football players having posed with a Lamborghini just three weeks ago.