In case you typically ignore the World Wide Leader... ESPN is conducting a college football 50 state tour, starting with Michigan. This essentially has boiled down to a poll of the state's greatest teams, games, and players. The only choices are from Michigan and Michigan State. As of now there have been about 2300 votes cast.
The current leaders:
Best Team: 1997 Wolverines (69% of the vote)
Best Player: Charles Woodson (45% of the vote)
Best Coach: Bo Schembechler (74% of the vote)
Best Game: 1994 Colorado over Michigan (23% of the vote)
Best Finish: 1994 Colorado Stewart to Westbrook miracle (42% of the vote)
It is my personal desire to keep Michigan State buffered into the same younger and less talented sibling category as Central, Western, and Eastern Michigan. This appears to be happening. However, I really don't want or need to ever be reminded of the day Kordell Stewart silenced 100,000 people with a 64 yard scud witnessed close hand by Ty Law and Chuck Winters.
Please vote for the 2004 Michigan Michigan State Braylon Edwards game for both of these categories.