Charles Woodson throws major shade at Michigan State ahead of rivalry clash
We’re getting the annual clash between rivals Michigan and Michigan State today and former Michigan defensive back Charles Woodson didn’t hold back when he was asked about if this is more of a rivalry for the Wolverines or the Spartans.
On the Big Noon Kickoff show, Woodson said, “More of a rivalry for them (Michigan State). Mike Hart said it best, little brother, big brother. We giveth and we taketh away.”
Woodson played for the Wolverines from 1995 through 1997 before being drafted by the Oakland Raiders. He had 16 total interceptions in the three years that he was at Michigan. 7 of them came during his final year there in 1997.
In the NFL, he totaled 65 interceptions with 11 of them returned for a touchdown. Woodson also combined for 1,220 tackles over his 18-year career.
Who does the Michigan-Michigan State rivalry mean more to?
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