If it weren’t for the trademark arrogance and complacent recruiting tactics of the University of Michigan in the 1960s, I may very well be a Wolverine.
While the hatred seems to ooze from the amount of points hung on the scoreboard, it was the ever developing school in East Lansing that seemed to be a nagging thorn in U-M’s determination to be a leader. All the distaste, the pettiness, the sheer disrespect between the two. It began with the inception of MSU.
Larceny reports dominated the Clery Crime and Fire Log this past week, producing 22 incidents, many of which occurred at residence halls across campus. Beyond the larcenies, crime was relatively quiet from Sunday through Friday. Game day crime stats rose this week, including a season record number of minor-in-possessions.
Stuart Dunnings III, a former Ingham County prosecutor who was charged with 15 counts of prostitution-related offenses, was released from jail last night according to media reports.
The three former MSU football players accused of sexual assualting a woman on MSU’s campus in January, waived their preliminary examination Thursday morning, bounding the charges over to Ingham County Circuit Court, court documents reveal.