Thursday, October 9, 2008

This Date in College Football History

Oct. 9, 1999: For the first time in almost two decades, intrastate rivals Michigan and Michigan State enter the game undefeated. Down early after the Spartans score on their first three possessions, Coach Lloyd Carr replaces Wolverine quarterback Drew Henson with Tom Brady, who completes 30-41 for 285 yards and two touchdowns. Michigan State holds on for a 34-31 victory in East Lansing.