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October 07, 2010 - Image 9

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Thursday, October 7, 2010 - 9A
From the Daily photo archives, a look
back at the rivalry that divides the
state of Michigan.

The Michigan and Michigan State football teams have been meeting in Big Ten play since 1953 when the Spar
conference. In this photo, the Spartan offensive line matches up with the Wolverine defensive line last season.

Wolverine wideoutJermaine Gonzales catches a touchdown in Michigan's 45-37 victory over the

Michigan cornerback Charles Woodson makes one of the most celebrated interceptions in college football history as the Wol
verines trounce the Snartans in 1997 en route to the national chamnionship. Woodson won the Heisman that near.

Michigan wide receiver Braylon Edwards makes an acrobatic catch in traffic in the Wolverines' 27-20 victory over the Spartans in 2003. The next year, Edwards blew up for three touchdowns in six minutes to down Michigan State again.

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