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Two Supreme Court cases, Wisconsin v. Michigan, 295 U.S. 455 (1935) and Wisconsin v. Michigan, 297 U.S. 547 (1936), settled a border dispute between Wisconsin and Michigan . A third, Michigan v. Wisconsin, .

Lake Superior to Lac Vieux Desert

An original description of the portion of the Wisconsin-Michigan boundary in 1838 was based on inaccurate maps. .

The Green Bay Channel and Island

The 1836 boundary description described the line through northwest Lake Michigan as “the most usual ship channel”. This description needed clarification as two routes were in use. A 1926 Supreme Court decision chose the northernmost ship channel, in which Michigan lost the intervening water area and four islands: Plum, Detroit, Washington, and Rock.

* Iron County, Michigan

* Gogebic County, Michigan

* Vilas County, Wisconsin

* Lac Vieux Desert

* Thomas Jefferson Cram

* [http://www.lib.msu.edu/coll/main/maps/mi_bound.html The Evolution of Michigan's Legal Boundary] , Michigan State University Map Library. Retrieved Sept 28, 2008.

* [http://www.library.wisc.edu/etext/WIReader/WER0126.html The Disputed Michigan-Wisconsin Boundary] Louise P. Kellogg, from the Wisconsin Magazine of History, 1917. Retrieved Sept 28, 2008.

* [http://www.wsls.org/wis-mich.htm Wisconsin-Upper Michigan State Boundary Surveys] , William C. Rohde, Wisconsin Society of Land Surveyors. Retrieved Sept 29, 2008.

* [http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/museum/artifacts/archives/003358.asp Surveyor's Tree Blaze: Surveyor's tree blaze from the 1841 expedition to lay out the boundary between Wisconsin and Michigan, found at Trout Lake, Vilas County, Wisconsin.] Wisconsin History Magazine. Retrieved Sept 28, 2008.

*Captain Cram's reports were printed in: Message from the President of the United States, in compliance with a resolution from the Senate in relation to the survey to ascertain and designate the boundary-line between the state of Michigan and the territory of Wiskonsin. Senate Document no. 151, 26th Congress, 2d session. Washington, D.C. : Blair & Rives, Printers, 1841

*United States Army. Corps of Topographical Engineers. Report of the Secretary of War: communicating, in compliance with a resolution of the Senate, a copy of the report of the survey of the boundary between the state of Michigan and the territory of Wisconsin. Senate Document no. 170, 27th Congress, 2d session. Washington, D.C. : Thomas Allen, Printers, 1842

*Martin, Lawrence. "The Michigan-Wisconsin Boundary Case in the Supreme Court of the United States, 1923-26" in Annals of the Association of American Geographers, v. 20, no. 3 (Sept., 1930), p. 106-163.

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Michigan State, Wisconsin Renew Rivalry In East Lansing

Fans Deserve More Of Michigan State-Wisconsin Rivalry

The Michigan State vs. Wisconsin rivalry has seen it all. Saturday will be the first time the Spartans and Badgers have met in four years, and that’s not acceptable.

Mark Dantonio named the play “Rocket.” The result was just as exciting and effective as “Little Giants” or “Rangers” despite its identity not possessing the natural ring or postseason ramifications.

The more common name for such a play is Hail Mary. Most of the praying among Michigan State and Wisconsin fans happened that night as Keith Nichol caught a ricochet from Kirk Cousins’ 44-yard heave. Those deciding the outcome sat high above the Spartan Stadium grass. The original call of no touchdown flipped. Nichol had crossed the line – barely – and Michigan State celebrated a 37-31 win.

October 22, 2011, didn’t exactly mark the beginning of a budding rivalry between Michigan State and Wisconsin. Thankfully, it didn’t stand as the end, either. The next year provided another classic before conference realignment – something that has contributed to the end of yearly matchups that fans still yearn for.

The Spartans and Badgers meet Saturday for the first time in four years, and it’s a game that is plenty overdue.

“That’s the way it’s been. That’s been the past. But, that’s not the recent past,” Dantonio said during this week’s Big Ten media conference call. “That’s been the history here, they’ve been very exciting games. Big plays always play a part in it.”

Six of the last seven meetings have been decided by eight points or fewer. Dantonio didn’t even personally witness the only one that wasn’t – Michigan State’s 34-24 home win in 2010 – because he was resting in a hospital bed following a mild heart attack caused by the aftermath of “Little Giants,” the fake field goal that beat Notre Dame in overtime two weeks prior.

Paul Chryst missed only one of the contests, as well: the most recent. The current Wisconsin head coach served as offensive coordinator from 2006-11 before departing for the head job at Pittsburgh in 2012, when the Spartans won, 16-13, in overtime in Madison.

Future NFL players like Cousins, Le’Veon Bell, Russell Wilson and J.J. Watt have experienced the tight battles between the schools, including the inaugural Big Ten Championship Game in 2011 when Wilson guided an eight-play, 64-yard drive in the fourth quarter to give Wisconsin the lead. Michigan State returned a punt inside the five-yard line in the final minute, only to have it called back because of a running-into-the-punter penalty. The Badgers won, 42-39, and went to the Rose Bowl.

“I really appreciated being a part of those games when I was an assistant,” Chryst said on the conference call. “They were great games and some great players.”

The uniqueness of Saturday’s game – two schools going four years between meetings despite being in the same conference – isn’t lost on Chyrst.

“What’s interesting to me, there’s not a single player that’s played Michigan State on our roster. We’re trying to educate them on what (the game) could be like. Just because the games before were (close) doesn’t mean this one’s going to be (close). It’s a big challenge but a great opportunity.”

Chryst has watched from up close and afar as Michigan State has grown under Dantonio. His offensive scheme got the better of Dantonio’s defensive-minded approach in Wisconsin’s 37-34 win during the latter’s first season in East Lansing (2007). Michigan State kicked a field goal with seven seconds left to win, 25-24, the following year as the rivalry began gaining steam.

Dantonio was still building the program back then. Now, the Spartans have won a Rose Bowl, a Cotton Bowl and appeared in the College Football Playoff, which “Rangers” – the play named for the group that rushed Michigan’s botched punt and Jalen Watts-Jackson’s historic touchdown last season – helped produce. The 2011 Hail Mary against Wisconsin is just as much a part of Dantonio’s legacy.

As much as Dantonio tried to build upon some of Wisconsin’s philosophies when he arrived at Michigan State, Chryst now is hoping to model the Badgers into something similar to the Spartans.

“Since I came back here, now we’re trying to emulate what Michigan State’s doing,” Chryst said. “What Michigan State’s done the last few years, that’s the bar you’re trying to reach.”

It’s been far too long since the Badgers and Spartans have met. It’s only fitting they both come into Saturday ranked in the AP poll’s top 11 for a Big Ten clash that will impact the title race in the country’s best conference.

Hopefully Michigan State and Wisconsin create another classic. They won’t meet again until 2019.

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Russell Wilson #16 of the Wisconsin Badgers looks on during pre-game warm ups before the game against the Michigan State Spartans at Spartan Stadium on October 22, 2011 in East Lansing, Michigan.

Russell Wilson #16 of the Wisconsin Badgers looks on during pre-game warm ups. Russell Wilson #16 of the Wisconsin Badgers looks on during pre-game warm ups before the game against the Michigan State Spartans at Spartan Stadium on October 22, 2011 in East Lansing, Michigan. Less More

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Russell Wilson #16 of the Wisconsin Badgers scrambles with the football during the game against the Michigan State Spartans at Spartan Stadium on October 22, 2011 in East Lansing, Michigan. The Spartans defeated the Badgers 37-31 on. More

Russell Wilson #16 of the Wisconsin Badgers scrambles with the football during the. Russell Wilson #16 of the Wisconsin Badgers scrambles with the football during the game against the Michigan State Spartans at Spartan Stadium on October 22, 2011 in East Lansing, Michigan. The Spartans defeated the Badgers 37-31 on the final play of the game. Less More

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Chris Borland #44 of the Wisconsin Badgers sacks quarterback Kirk Cousins #8 of the Michigan State Spartans on a play in the third quarter at Spartan Stadium on October 22, 2011 in East Lansing, Michigan. The Spartans defeated the. More

Chris Borland #44 of the Wisconsin Badgers sacks quarterback Kirk Cousins #8 of the. Chris Borland #44 of the Wisconsin Badgers sacks quarterback Kirk Cousins #8 of the Michigan State Spartans on a play in the third quarter at Spartan Stadium on October 22, 2011 in East Lansing, Michigan. The Spartans defeated the Badgers 37-31 on the final play of the game. Less More

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James White #20 of the Wisconsin Badgers looks on in the second quarter of the game against the Michigan State Spartans at Spartan Stadium on October 22, 2011 in East Lansing, Michigan. The Spartans defeated the Badgers 37-31 on the. More

James White #20 of the Wisconsin Badgers looks on in the second quarter of the game. James White #20 of the Wisconsin Badgers looks on in the second quarter of the game against the Michigan State Spartans at Spartan Stadium on October 22, 2011 in East Lansing, Michigan. The Spartans defeated the Badgers 37-31 on the final play of the game. Less More

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Le'Veon Bell #24 of the Michigan State Spartans runs with the football in the fourth quarter against the Wisconsin Badgers at Spartan Stadium on October 22, 2011 in East Lansing, Michigan. The Spartans defeated the Badgers 37-31 on the. More

Le'Veon Bell #24 of the Michigan State Spartans runs with the football in the. Le'Veon Bell #24 of the Michigan State Spartans runs with the football in the fourth quarter against the Wisconsin Badgers at Spartan Stadium on October 22, 2011 in East Lansing, Michigan. The Spartans defeated the Badgers 37-31 on the final play of the game. Less More

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Kirk Cousins #8 of the Michigan State Spartans throws a pass in the third quarter against the Wisconsin Badgers at Spartan Stadium on October 22, 2011 in East Lansing, Michigan. The Spartans defeated the Badgers 37-31 on the final play. More

Kirk Cousins #8 of the Michigan State Spartans throws a pass in the third quarter. Kirk Cousins #8 of the Michigan State Spartans throws a pass in the third quarter against the Wisconsin Badgers at Spartan Stadium on October 22, 2011 in East Lansing, Michigan. The Spartans defeated the Badgers 37-31 on the final play of the game. Less More

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B.J. Cunningham #3 of the Michigan State Spartans and Nick Toon #1 of the Wisconsin Badgers talk together on the field after the game at Spartan Stadium on October 22, 2011 in East Lansing, Michigan. The Spartans defeated the Badgers. More

B.J. Cunningham #3 of the Michigan State Spartans and Nick Toon #1 of the Wisconsin. B.J. Cunningham #3 of the Michigan State Spartans and Nick Toon #1 of the Wisconsin Badgers talk together on the field after the game at Spartan Stadium on October 22, 2011 in East Lansing, Michigan. The Spartans defeated the Badgers 37-31 on the final play of the game. Less More

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Brendan Kelly #97 of the Wisconsin Badgers knocks the ball away from quarterback Kirk Cousins #8 of the Michigan State Spartans on a play in the fourth at Spartan Stadium on October 22, 2011 in East Lansing, Michigan. The Spartans. More

Brendan Kelly #97 of the Wisconsin Badgers knocks the ball away from quarterback. Brendan Kelly #97 of the Wisconsin Badgers knocks the ball away from quarterback Kirk Cousins #8 of the Michigan State Spartans on a play in the fourth at Spartan Stadium on October 22, 2011 in East Lansing, Michigan. The Spartans defeated the Badgers 37-31 on the final play of the game. Less More

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Nick Toon #1 of the Wisconsin Badgers stays in bounds after catching a pass late in the fourth quarter from Russell Wilson #16 against the Michigan State Spartans at Spartan Stadium on October 22, 2011 in East Lansing, Michigan. The. More

Nick Toon #1 of the Wisconsin Badgers stays in bounds after catching a pass late in. Nick Toon #1 of the Wisconsin Badgers stays in bounds after catching a pass late in the fourth quarter from Russell Wilson #16 against the Michigan State Spartans at Spartan Stadium on October 22, 2011 in East Lansing, Michigan. The Spartans defeated the Badgers 37-31 on the final play of the game. Less More

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Ethan Hemer #87 of the Wisconsin Badgers sacks Kirk Cousins #8 of the Michigan State Spartans in the fourth quarter of the game at Spartan Stadium on October 22, 2011 in East Lansing, Michigan. The Spartans defeated the Badgers 37-31. More

Ethan Hemer #87 of the Wisconsin Badgers sacks Kirk Cousins #8 of the Michigan. Ethan Hemer #87 of the Wisconsin Badgers sacks Kirk Cousins #8 of the Michigan State Spartans in the fourth quarter of the game at Spartan Stadium on October 22, 2011 in East Lansing, Michigan. The Spartans defeated the Badgers 37-31 on the final play of the game. Less More

2011 Michigan State Spartans football team explained

2011 Michigan State Spartans football team explained

Outback Bowl champion

The 2011 Michigan State Spartans football team competed on behalf of Michigan State University in the Legends Division of the Big Ten Conference during the 2011 NCAA Division I FBS football season. Head coach Mark Dantonio was in his fifth season with the Spartans. Michigan State played their home games at Spartan Stadium in East Lansing, Michigan. They finished the season 11–3, 7–1 in Big Ten play to be champions of the Legends Division. They represented the division in the inaugural Big Ten Championship Game where they lost to Leaders Division representative Wisconsin 39–42. They were invited to the Outback Bowl where they defeated Georgia 33–30 in three overtimes. Significantly, the Spartans were able to give 19 of their 20 true freshman redshirt years.

Previous season Game summaries Youngstown State Florida Atlantic

The Spartans earned their first shutout since 2008, which was also against FAU in a 17–0 win.

Notre Dame Central Michigan Ohio State

The Spartans were 16 seconds from their 2nd shutout of the year, but a touchdown pass put the Buckeyes on the board. Michigan State recovered the onside kick securing the victory, their first against Ohio State in 7 meetings.

Mark Dantonio and his Spartans earned their fourth straight victory over arch-rival Michigan. MSU's defense shut down quarterback Denard Robinson and sealed the victory on safety Isaiah Lewis' interception return for a touchdown. The Spartans wore unique Nike Pro Combat uniforms for the game.

Michigan State found themselves down 14–0 early in the first quarter after two quick Wisconsin drives. Momentum turned at the beginning of the second quarter, when Russell Wilson committed an intentional grounding penalty in the endzone, resulting in a safety and two points for the Spartans. A subsequent touchdown made the score 14–9 UW. On Wisconsin's next possession, they marched down to the Michigan State 13-yard line, but their field goal attempt was blocked. MSU recovered and drove down the field to make it 16–14 MSU. With the second quarter clock running down, Wisconsin punted it away, but this too was blocked and recovered in the endzone for a Michigan State touchdown, making the halftime score 23–14 Spartans.

With 8:40 to play in the 4th quarter, the Badgers found themselves down 31–17. A quick score made it 31–24. The teams traded possessions and Wisconsin got the ball back with 4:28 to play. The Badgers marched down the field once again and tied the game at 31–31 with 1:26 to play.

Michigan State started the next drive at their own 22. After a first down QB Kirk Cousins was sacked for a ten-yard loss, and Wisconsin then called a timeout with 00:42 left. Following a twelve-yard pass to make a 3rd and 8 situation, it appeared Michigan State was willing to let the clock run out and take the game into overtime. However, Wisconsin called timeout again with 00:30 left. The Spartans completed passes of 11 and 9 yards on their next two plays to get to the Wisconsin 44-yard line and then called timeout with 00:10 to go. After an incomplete pass four seconds remained on the clock.

Michigan State lined up in a shotgun formation. Kirk Cousins took the snap and rolled out to the right before launching a Hail Mary to the endzone. Waiting there was BJ Cunningham, but he was screened by Wisconsin player Jared Abbrederis who had jumped too early to try to deflect the ball. The ball made it to Cunningham but went off his facemask, bouncing into the hands of Keith Nichol who was at the one-yard line. As Nichol fought to cross the goal line, he was met by two Badgers attempting to keep him out. After the whistles blew, the officials marked the ball at the one foot line, sending the game to overtime as the clock had run out. Then a call came down from the review booth to look at the play again on replay. After review, the officials found "The runner did cross the line", and Spartan Stadium erupted in celebration.

In the post game interview on the field, Dantonio was asked what the play call was, replying with "It's a Rocket play. You know, throw it in the endzone, let it be tipped around and see who comes up with it." It was the third game in two years to be labeled by a play name, with Rocket joining the 2010 games of Little Giants (Notre Dame fake field goal) and Mousetrap (Northwestern fake punt).

Minnesota

Win clinched at least share of Legends Division. The title became outright later in the day when Michigan defeated Nebraska.

Northwestern

Michigan State secured sole possession of the Legends Division championship with the victory.

Wisconsin (Big Ten Championship Game) Georgia (Outback Bowl)

The Spartans played their first overtime game since Notre Dame in 2010, and their first triple overtime game since 2004. Prior to overtime, the Spartans had a ten-play, 85-yard drive that tied the game at 27 with nineteen seconds left and sent the game into overtime. In the first overtime, Kirk Cousins threw an interception to end MSU's possession, but Georgia kicker Blair Walsh missed a 42-yard field goal to allow the game to continue into a second extra period. The teams traded field goals in the second overtime, and Michigan State opened the third overtime with a 28-yard field goal by Dan Conroy. On the final play of the game, Walsh's 47-yard kick was blocked by Anthony Rashad White, giving the Spartans a 33–30 victory. It was Coach Dantonio's first bowl victory with Michigan State, and Michigan State's first bowl victory since the 2001 Silicon Valley Bowl.

2011: No

2011: No. 15 Wisconsin 42, No. 11 Michigan State 39

Wisconsin Badgers quarterback Russell Wilson (16) flashes the "Victory W" the Badgers defeated the Michigan State Spartans in the Big Ten Championship at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Saturday, Dec. 3, 2011. M.P. King-State Journal (Published on 12/04/2011) UW's Russell Wilson celebrates after Saturday night's game at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. The senior quarterback completed 17 of 24 passes for 187 yards and three touchdowns.

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - This time, Wisconsin got the stop it needed against Michigan State - and a big break to wrap up its second straight Big Ten crown.

Montee Ball scored four touchdowns, including a 7-yard score with 3:45 left in Saturday night's first Big Ten championship game, giving the 15th-ranked Badgers a 42-39 come-from-behind victory over No. 11 Michigan State.

Wisconsin (11-2) now heads to the Rose Bowl where it will face Pac-12 champion Oregon on Jan. 2.

The Badgers turned the tables on Michigan State (10-3), which won the first meeting in October on a long, last-second deflected touchdown pass.

On Saturday, it was the Badgers who scored late, forced a punt and managed to run out the clock when the Isaiah Lewis was called for running into the kicker, giving the Badgers a first down with 1:37 left in the game and Michigan State out of timeouts.

Ball was spectacular early, topping 100 yards in the first quarter, and efficient late, scoring twice in the fourth quarter to rally the Badgers. His 38 TDs scored this season are one short of Barry Sanders' FBS mark (39).

But Russell Wilson was named the game's MVP after going 17 of 24 for 187 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions. Wilson also broke an NCAA record by throwing a TD pass on the Badgers' opening possession, giving Wilson 37 consecutive games with a TD pass, one more than Graham Harrell's previous mark at Texas Tech.

The loss ruined a pregame prediction by Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio that his team would win and earn the Rose Bowl bid.

It wasn't for lack of trying. Dantonio's team ran a fourth-down pass play, called a fake extra point and even got an impromptu lateral for a score - just in the first half.

Kirk Cousins made most of it work. Only one of his 17 first-half passes hit the ground in the first half, and he wound up 22 of 30 for 281 yards, three touchdowns and one interception.

But it was his ability to fool the normally stout Badgers' defense that nearly got the Spartans to Pasadena, Calif.

On fourth-and-1 in the second quarter, he got Wisconsin to bite on a fake pitch and hooked up with a wide open B.J. Cunningham for a 30-yard TD pass to cut the deficit to 21-14.

On its next possession, Michigan State receiver Keith Nichol, who wrestled the Hail Mary pass across the goal line to beat Wisconsin in October, beat the Badgers again. This time, he caught a short pass from Cousins and just before stepping out of bounds lateraled to Cunningham, who ran the final 4 yards for a TD. Michigan State then called for a fake extra point that Brad Sontag ran in to make it 22-21.

After playing conventional football for most of the next two quarters and still leading 36-34, the Spartans lined up two different players in the Wildcat formation, ran a reverse and drove for a 25-yard field goal to make it 39-34 with 8:31 left in the game.

But just like the first meeting, the Badgers answered.

Wilson led Wisconsin on an eight-play, 64-yard scoring march, converting a fourth-and-6 when Wilson scrambled, threw back across the field and Jeff Duckworth made a spectacular adjustment to haul in a 36-yard pass. On the next play, Ball burst up the middle for a 7-yard TD, his fourth score of the night Wilson scrambled again on the conversion, finding Jacob Pedersen to give Wisconsin a 42-39 lead.

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