Tells you what is the city in the us state Michigan known as themotor city?
The motor city is Detroit, Michigan
Although this city is not the capital of Michigan it is the largest city of the state and is known for its automobile manufacturing?
The division one colleges in Michigan are, with the commonly known name of the school in parenthesis: University of Michigan (Michigan) Michigan State University (Michigan State) Central Michigan University (Central Michigan) Eastern Michigan University (Eastern Michigan) Western Michigan University (Western Michigan)
Michigan State previously played in the Michigan Collegiate Athletic Association which is currently the oldest of all collegiate leagues. Michigan State was then known as Michigan Agricultural College. In 1907 Michigan State became an independent and in 1949 announced that the school would be joining the Big Ten Conference.
2004- MICHIGAN 45 Michigan state 38 2003- MICHIGAN 27 Michigan state 20 2002- MICHIGAN 49 Michigan state 3 2001- Michigan 24 MICHIGAN STATE 26 2000- MICHIGAN 14 Michigan state 0 1999- Michigan 31 MICHIGAN STATE 34 1998- MICHIGAN 29 Michigan state 17 1997- MICHIGAN 23 Michigan state 7 1996- MICHIGAN 45 Michigan state 29 1995- Michigan 25 MICHIGAN STATE 28
What is the name of the state that is divided in two parts by water and also has the largest freshwater boreder of all the states?
John Cooper had a record of 2-10-1 against Michigan in his 13 seasons as head football coach at Ohio State: 1988: Michigan 34, Ohio State 31 1989: Michigan 28, Ohio State 18 1990: Michigan 16, Ohio State 13 1991: Michigan 31, Ohio State 3 1992: Michigan 13, Ohio State 13 1993: Michigan 28, Ohio State 0 1994: Ohio State 22, Michigan 6 1995: Michigan 23, Ohio State 21 1996: Michigan 13, Ohio State 9 1997…
Michigan became a state on January 26, 1837, after a two-year struggle over the stretch of land known as the Toledo strip. The territorial governor, Stevens T. Mason, argued that the southern border of Michigan extended from the southern tip of Lake Michigan across to the Ohio city of Toledo. This led to a confrontation known as the Toledo War. The conflict was eventually settled and Michigan
The only thing i can think of is Michigan State College It was Agricultural College of the state of Michigan 1855 to 1861 when it was changed to State Agricultural College. In 1909 it became Michigan Agricultural College, and in 1925 it was changed to Michigan State College. In 1955, it became MSU. Go Green.