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06:40 AM ET 11.06 | Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio was asked if he was amused by Michigan players pausing for a "moment of silence" at midfield at the end of the game, an action intended to mock a statement Dantonio made after U-M lost to Appalachian State. When informed of the loss, Dantonio jokingly asked if he should have a "moment of silence" for the Wolverines. "I find a lot of the things that they do amusing," Dantonio said. "They need to check themselves sometimes. But just remember, pride comes before the fall." Then a reporter asked Dantonio about Mike Hart's postgame comments in which he referred to MSU as the "little brother" of U-M. "Does Hart have a little brother or is he the little brother?" Dantonio asked. "I don't know, he's ... that tall." Dantonio placed his hand to his chest to illustrate Hart's stature.

Detroit Free Press

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