The regular season has officially come to a close, and for the 288 teams whose names were called on Selection Sunday, all the focus now is on the playoffs and getting to the state championship game.
In a game that left much to be desired, the Michigan State Spartans lost 49-0 to in-state rival, the Michigan Wolverines.
The Detroit Lions four game winning streak came to an abrupt end on Sunday, October 22nd, as the team fell to the Baltimore Ravens 38-6.
For high school teams across the state, the last week of regular season football is upon us before selection Sunday on October 22nd, and teams are all jockeying for playoff seeding or spots in the final field of 288 teams.
Many Michigan State fans may be looking for the season to end sooner rather than later as the team moved to 2-4 and 0-3 in conference play after a 27-24 Saturday loss to the Rutgers Scarlet Knights.
The Lions took their show on the road on Sunday, defeating the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 20-6 as the team’s strong start continues.
Michigan high school football remains in action as teams are well into the latter half of the season with only two games remaining.
In a season to forget, owing largely to off-field issues, Michigan State suffered their third straight loss at the hands of conference foe Iowa.
With a 42-24 rout over the visiting Carolina Panthers, the Detroit Lions got off to their best start since 2011, moving to 4-1 on the season.
On June 6, 1958 Ozzie Virgil, a Dominican Republic native, became the first person of color to play for the Detroit Tigers, Michigan’s only Major League Baseball (MLB) team.