Michigan State fans had by far their best day of the college football season on Saturday. The Spartans beat Rutgers 49-0 to win their first Big Ten game of the season and Michigan lost at Iowa, 14-13, ending the Wolverines perfect season.
Naturally, Michigan State fans were excited, seemingly more so about Michigan’s loss than their own win. But Michigan fans were quick to remind little brother that it is 3-7 and in all likelihood won’t be playing in the postseason.
The Spartans would need to beat Ohio State and Penn State, then hope there aren’t enough six-win teams throughout college football to fill all the bowl games. Michigan still controls its own destiny to the College Football Playoff.
Here are some of the best reactions to Michigan State fans gloating about the Wolverines loss.
Hi Michigan State fans. Nice to see you again. Michigan still controls their destiny, you're 3-7. Please take your seat at the kids table.
— Mario (@Fan_of_DET_313) November 13, 2016
MSU fans…… Why are you even talking? You can't make the Buffalo Wild Wings bowl #GoBlue
— 〽️❗️chigan Football (@MichiganFutball) November 13, 2016
@ MSU fans tweeting about the Michigan loss:
1. You're 3-7.
2. You're not bowl eligible.
3. You're 3-7.
Good try though.
— Corrie (@corrie_colf) November 13, 2016
Actually laughing at State fans commenting on Michigan's loss. Look at your record. You're not bowl eligible. Stop speaking.
— Samantha Elliott (@SamElliottNH) November 13, 2016
And to all of the Sparty fans reveling in our L,
YOU HAVE THREE WINS AND WILL NOT QUALIFY FOR A BOWL GAME.
Your hubris is cute, though. ✌
— Support Michigan (@SupportUofM) November 13, 2016
Dang Michigan State fans out talking now. Can't wait to watch your bowl game this year… oh wait. #GoBlue
— Ratt (@garrettschwab5) November 13, 2016
This is the happiest Michigan state fans have been all year, and it's not even for their team lmao.
— Austin Petravicius (@Apetravicius) November 13, 2016
RT to remind a MSU fan how much their football team sucks pic.twitter.com/IRNmESkKCM
— SportsCenter Mich (@SC_Michigan) November 13, 2016