The Michigan Wolverines emerged victorious from Saturday’s rivalry game against the Michigan State Spartans in Ann Arbor and ran them off the field by a score of 44-10. Given the way things have gone in this matchup historically, of course the players were going to take every opportunity to pour it on.
In the aftermath of the win, several players took to social media to serve up another batch of reactions to taking down their in-state rivals.
Khaleke Hudson’s message after the game was a simple one:
What was said after the game? Khaleke Hudson: “We didn’t need to say anything. We won the game. I was celebrating with the Paul Bunyan trophy with my teammates”— Anthony Broome (@anthonytbroome) November 16, 2019
But one emoji — a trash can — sums up his thoughts.
— "Hit-Man" (@KhalekeHudson) November 16, 2019
On to the rest of the reactions:
LETS GOOOOOOO〽️〽️ Great team win.. wouldn’t want it any other way!! GO BLUE— Aidan Hutchinson (@aidanhutch97) November 16, 2019
The best players in Michigan play for Michigan!!!! #GoBlue— Jalen Mayfield (@jay_may_11) November 16, 2019
IT IS GREAT TO BE A... pic.twitter.com/b9xNwnr5W6— Michigan Football (@UMichFootball) November 16, 2019
#BeatState..... ouuuuu it feels so good〽️ https://t.co/I0LNocpOPK— Mike Sainristil (@MikeSainristil) November 16, 2019
STATE CHAMPS baby!!!! #GoBLUE 〽️〽️— Nate Schoenle (@NateSchoenle) November 16, 2019
Leave that right where it’s at 2x https://t.co/F50Dxa8AQQ— Ambry Thomas (@Tavonn_) November 16, 2019
Gotta go https://t.co/drIoDLLY4k— Josh Metellus (@NoExcuses_23) November 16, 2019
That's how you beat lil bro down ❤️ #3-1 #BEATstate— Josh Metellus (@NoExcuses_23) November 16, 2019
Nobody:...— Donovan Peoples-Jones (@dpeoplesjones) November 16, 2019
Paul Bunyan: pic.twitter.com/8TKhISxLsJ
Shea Patterson says after the game that he wishes he would have started his career at Michigan so he could have had two more shots at Michigan State— Maize n Brew (@MaizenBrew) November 16, 2019
Our little brothers didn’t learn they lesson last year had to remind them again ♂️— Michael DwumFour (@HON5H0) November 16, 2019
BONUS REACTIONS - MICHIGAN STATE EDITION
Dantonio says the lack of discipline was "disappointing" but said the game was called close— Matt Charboneau (@mattcharboneau) November 16, 2019
Urban Meyer with a blunt assessment of MSU:— Chris Vannini (@ChrisVannini) November 16, 2019
"You watch Michigan State play, how many NFL players do they got? That doesn't look like the defenses I used to go against. They had first-round corners, Le'Veon Bell. I don't see that. That's coaches, recruiting development."
Mark Dantonio: “I don’t like losing to these guys.”— Nate Atkins (@NateAtkins_) November 16, 2019
Next up for the Wolverines is a trip to Indiana next weekend before closing out the year against Ohio State.