Thursday, October 30, 2008

Michigan Is Our Little Sister (.com)

Appearing minutes after the conclusion of the October 25th 35-21 triumph for the Spartans over their bitter rival Michigan, celebratory electronic billboards – with witty fun-filled jabs at the Wolverines – were lit near Frandor Shopping Center (Coolidge Rd. at Grand River Ave.) as well as at the Beck Rd. exit (for westbound travelers) on Interstate 96 near Novi.

  • Leaders and Best? In Your Dreams Maybe. MSU 35 U-M 21
  • Where's the Arrogance Now. MSU 35 U-M 21
  • Leaders and Best? Seriously?? Lately? You've Got to Be Kidding. MSU 35 U-M 21
  • Holy Toledo! Bye Bye Bowl Streak. MSU 35 U-M 21
  • Oh Well, There's Always Men's Basketball. Sorry, My Bad. MSU 35 U-M 21
  • It's Not Over, And It'll Never Be Over Here. It's Just Starting . MSU 35 U-M 21
  • Pride Comes Before The Fall - Mark Dantonio, Nov 5. 2007. He Tried to Warn You. MSU 35 U-M 21
  • Roses Are Red, Violets Are Blue, Your Football Team's Terrible, And Your Basketball Team, Too. MSU 35 U-M 21


Monday, October 20, 2008

Big Ten survey / MSU in the Big Ten Battleground - Campaign 2008

Michigan State University, the universities of the Big Ten Conference and the Big Ten Network have joined together to bring viewers Big Ten Battleground: Campaign 2008.

These two 90-minute programs focus on the eight states of the Big Ten Conference and feature faculty experts from Big Ten schools, including MSU.

The Big Ten area is proving itself vital to the 2008 elections. These programs will reveal the critical concerns and opinions of the region. Polling on key issues conducted in the weeks before the election will take the political pulse of more than 5,000 people.The first Big Ten Battleground: Campaign 2008 program was aired Sept. 18 on the Big Ten Network nationally.

On Oct. 23, the second program will be broadcast nationwide.

Universities of the Big Ten are coordinating the poll and participating in the show.

Both programs feature political experts from each of the participating Big Ten schools discussing the results of polling in their state.