While the Nebraska Cornhuskers were busy winning a couple of times Saturday, Michigan State was busy embarrassing the Big Ten conference yet again.
While Saturday was a day to savor for the Nebraska Cornhuskers, it’s one that Michigan State hopes everyone somehow magically forgets immediately. And not just because they lost to bitter rival Michigan, 49-0.
On Saturday during that particular debacle, the university showed several trivia questions on its scoreboard. One of those trivia questions featured a picture of Adolf Hitler while asking what country he was from.
It took no time at all for people around the internet to notice the genocidal maniac’s inclusion in the festivities and Michigan State was once again at the center of another horrendous controversy. It got worse when they tried to blame a “3rd party vendor” for the picture being on the board. That 3rd party vendor then made it clear the Spartans didn’t have his permission to use his YouTube videos that showed Hitler’s photo.
This controversy of course, comes just weeks after the Michigan State Spartans fired former head coach Mel Tucker when it came to light that he pleasured himself while talking to a rape survivor on the phone.
While Michigan State continues to embarrass the Big Ten, there is at least one possible positive coming out of this. The program is in absolute shambles. Here’s hoping they don’t straighten up before they take on the Nebraska Cornhuskers next month.
Other Nebraska Cornhuskers news
- While the Nebraska basketball team won’t be playing in the 2023-24 Gavitt Games, it appears they may never play in the Big Ten-Big East tournament again. Jon Rothstein announced the Gavitt Games won’t take place next year, and it’s unclear if the early season will ever take place again. That’s not a real bummer, considering the last time the Huskers played in it, in 2022, they lost to St. John’s 70-50.
- That first touchdown by Nebraska football freshman Malachi Coleman against Northwestern? It turns out the play that scored it was one that none other than Tom Osborne drew up. Huskers head coach Matt Rhule credited the Nebraska Cornhuskers great with the play after the game.
- The Nebraska Cornhuskers soccer team claimed a share of the 2023 Big Ten Conference title, as the Huskers defeated Illinois by 4-2 to finish off the regular season 13-2-3. Up next, Up next, the Nebraska Cornhuskers host a Big Ten Tournament quarterfinal match on Sunday, Oct. 29.