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Michigan State has won the Paul Bunyan trophy 4 years in a row. Michigan's basketball program is nowhere near MSU's level.
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What is the state flower of Michigan?

The Apple Blossom (Pyrus Coronaria) is the State Flower of both Michigan and Arkansas. Michigan's decision was in 1897 while Arkansas' adopted the Apple Blossom as the State Flower in 1901. .

Is Florida better than Michigan?

no way. all states are equal according to the name "united states of america." not in any way is one man better than the other as well as one state better than the other. this kind of a question starts wars. remember, we are all connected and everybody is equal. No state is better than the other.

Is Michigan state better then university of Michigan in football?

Not historically. Michigan is the winningest college football program of all-time. But don't let that fool you. Any school could have that title had they been playing football since the 1800's. As of right now, though, State has won the last 2 matches over Michigan and has attended bowl games, while Michigan sat at home.

Where is Michigan?

North of Ohio! It is the only state surrounded by lakes. East of the Missisipi. In the Great Lakes Region of the United States of America. To the North of Michigan it is Canada Michigan consists of two peninsulas, which are not connected to each other by land Try this map, Michigan is the red country: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Map_of_USA_MI.svg Its in the nother part of the united states of America. The southern part of Michigan is above Indiana and Ohio. The northern part of Michigan is above Wisconsin. Try this map, Michigan is the red country: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Map_of_USA_MI.svg Its in the nother part of the united states of America. The southern part of Michigan is above Indiana and Ohio. The northern part of Michigan is above Wisconsin.

When did Michigan and Michigan state become rivals?

Coming from the Spartan side of things, we've always been rivals. When the State of Michigan wanted to create and agricultural college, the University of Michigan fought against it (despite the fact that the school was near failure - obviously, they bounced back). U of M also voted against Michigan State's entry into the Big Ten (then the Western Conference) in 1953 and against it becoming a University in 1955. The Paul Bunyan trophy, the rivalry trophy in football, was created in 1953. And let's just say things have gotten worse on the MSU side, who is tired of being outshined by U of M despite the fact that we, too, are one of the best universities in the world.

What football team is better Ohio state or Michigan?

Currently Ohio State, who has a 5 year winning streak over Michigan, and the current rosters project that Ohio State may extend their streak another two or three games on the skill of the time. All-time Michigan leads, 57-42-6, their first meeting was in 1897, and they started meeting every year in 1901.

Difference between University of Michigan and Michigan State University?

University of Michigan was established earlier, has more funds, and is nationally recognized for nearly every academic, athletic, and social domain. Michigan State was established more recently, which translates to less alumni, less money and endowment, less national recognition, and lower rankings for nearly every discipline. For example, every graduate program at the U of M finds itself in the top 25 (national ranking). Its football program has the most wins in NCAA history and the best winning percentage. Academically, there is a huge difference between U of M and State. The University of Michigan consistently has MUCH higher student admission requirements vs. State. Consequently, U of M's curriculum is more challenging which equates to college grads that are more prepared for the challenges ahead in the workforce. A student accepted to an undergraduate program at U of M will most certainly be accepted to State. However, the same cannot be said to someone that was accepted to Michigan State. Michigan has more National recognition and higher rankings NOT because they have been established for a longer period of time. They have higher rankings due to their exceptional academic programs.

Who is better michigan or michigan state?

That depends on who you ask ... and what you are measuring. In size, the University of Michigan is greater. In Football, the University of Michigan is better. In basketball, Michigan State is superior. In academics ... it depends on what discipline you want to compare. This is probably an unanswerable question to most Michiganders. Michigan State

Is University of Michigan and Michigan State University the same?

No. The University of Michigan is a school located in Ann Arbor that has sports teams nicknamed the "Wolverines." Michigan State University is a school located in East Lansing that has sports teams nicknamed the "Spartans." They are both Big Ten schools, and are the two largest universities in the state of Michigan.

Does Michigan have more wins in football than Michigan state?

Michigan is the all-time winningest team in college football, theiroverall record is 884-308-36 . Alternatively Michigan State(which is traditionally a Big Ten bottom dweller) has an overallrecord of 627-426-44 . So, in short, Michigan has 257 more wins than MichiganState. And in the famous rivalry, Michigan has beaten State twice as manytimes.

Is Michigan a conservative state?

No, it is controlled by the liberal pigs that say they are a political party. Mostly because of pot smoking, drug dealing Ann Arbor and the Socialist party of America in Washtenaw County that steal from hard working Americans.

What was Michigan before it became a state?

It was just land, I guess... . Congress established the Michigan Territory in 1805. William Hull was the first territorial governor and the capital of the territory was Detroit.

Was Michigan a free state?

Yes. Slavery was prohibited in the Northwest Territory by the Northwest Ordinance of 1789. This act of Congress covered all the territories that would eventually become Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin and part of Minnesota.

What countries border Michigan state?

Canada shares a border with Michigan. The border is delineated by avariety of rivers and lakes, notably Lake Huron, Lake St. Claire,River St. Claire. The two entities do not share a border by land.

Penalty of perjury in state of Michigan?

168.936 Perjury; penalty. Sec. 936. Any person found guilty of perjury under the provisions of this act shall, unless herein otherwise provided, be punished by a fine not exceeding $1,000.00, or by imprisonment in the state prison for a term not exceeding 5 years, or by both such fine and imprisonment in the discretion of the court.

Citizen's arrest in the state of Michigan?

764.16 Arrest by private person; situations. Sec. 16. A private person may make an arrest-in the following situations: (a) For a felony committed in the private person's presence. (b) If the person to be arrested has committed a felony although not in the private person's presence. (c) If the private person is summoned by a peace officer to assist the officer in making an arrest. (d) If the private person is a merchant, an agent of a merchant, an employee of a merchant, or an independent contractor providing security for a merchant of a store and has reasonable cause to believe that the person to be arrested has violated section 356c or 356d of the Michigan penal code, Act No. 328 of the Public Acts of 1931, being sections 750.356c and 750.356d of the Michigan Compiled Laws, in that store, regardless of whether the violation was committed in the presence of the private person.

What is the Total mass of the state of Michigan?

This is possibly the most random and coolest question! I would start by getting the area of Michigan = 253793 km 2 The total surface area of the Earth is = 510,072,000 km 2 So Michigan covers 253793/510072000 = 0.000497563089 of the surface of the earth. This is where is gets a bit hand wavy, the mass of the earth is 5.9736 × 10 24 kg so 2.97 x 10 21 kg is the fraction of the earth occupied by Michigan... assuming you include in Michigan all the ground under it to the centre of the Earth.

What does the Michigan state board of education do?

The Board of Education hires superintendents, and investigates evil teachers. For example, a teacher who falsified taking continuing education courses. They also execute orders from the legislature. Legislature in this case is say the Michigan state senate, not the United States senate. An example of a legislative order is for say, school buses to stop at stop signs. Then The Board of Education would be responsible to inform every school system. It takes a lot of work, because some orders from the legislature are impossible (think of President Bush's "No Child Left Behind Act) so there's a lot of communication and negotiation between the legislature and the Board of what can be done. They are a mixture of governor-approved members and voted members. Their terms are staggered, so that its members slowly change over the years.

Which is the closest state to Michigan?

Michigan (MI) has land borders with Ohio, Indiana, and Wisconsin. The closest state without physically touching Michigan is Illinois. However, Michigan also shares water borders with Minnesota and Illinois across the Great Lakes. Taking this into account, the closest state without bordering Michigan would be Pennsylvania.

What is the state of Michigan?

The state of Michigan is an American state; in fact it was the 26th state to join the Union. It is the 11th largest state by area and the 8th most populous. It is located in the Midwest region and is surrounded by the Great Lakes, specifically Lake Superior, Lake Huron, Lake Michigan, and Lake Erie; the Great Lakes split Michigan into two separate parts of land. Michigan borders Wisconsin, Indiana, and Ohio by land and Illinois, Minnesota, and Canada by water.