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The Spartans football program has earned a tremendous legacy with multiple national championships, Big 10 titles, Rose Bowl wins and more. Michigan State is represented at the Pro Football Hall of Fame and more.
•Michigan State Football National Championships: The Spartans have won or shared 6 college football national
championships throughout the storied program’s history. The wild championship flurry blew hard during a decade and a half period
beginning in the early 1950s. The University’s national titles were earned in 1951, 1952, 1955, 1957, 1965 and 1966. The first two
championships were led by Head Coach Clarence Munn who in six seasons in East Lansing, posted an incredible 54-9-2 record.
Head Coach Duffy Daugherty’s 18-year Spartan coaching span began in 1954. Under his guidance, MSU claimed 4 national
championships while Daugherty’s teams logged a 109-69-5 record.
•Spartans Big 10 Football Championships: The University has claimed seven conference crowns. The conference champion
seasons include: 1953, 1965, 1966, 1978, 1987, 1990, 2010 2013 and 2015.
•Michigan State Rivalries: The Spartans top rival is in-state opponent Michigan. Each season Spartans Green tackles the Maize
& Blue for the Paul Bunyan-Governor of Michigan Trophy. The two schools have played for that trophy since 1953. Other Rivalry trophy
games include Penn State (Land Grant Trophy), Notre Dame (Megaphone Trophy), and Indiana (Old Brass Spittoon)
•Michigan State Players in the Pro Football Hall of Fame: Herb Adderley and Joe DeLamielleure.
•Game of the Century: Michigan State’s 1966 contest against Notre Dame is regarded by many as the “Game of the Century.”
The game featured Duffy Daugherty’s #2 ranked Spartans hosting Ara Parseghian’s top ranked Notre Dame Fighting Irish in the late-
season November 19th contest. The hard fought game ended in a 10-10 time and afterwards both university’s claimed a national
•Michigan State Mascot: A Spartan warrior named Sparty
•School Colors: Green & White
•MSU Stadium: Spartan Stadium which opened in the fall of 1923 under the name of Macklin Stadium. In 1957 the Spartans home
field was renamed to Spartan Stadium.
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