It's all the buzz across the entire state of Michigan. Undefeated Michigan vs Undefeated Michigan State Saturday, Oct. 30 with kickoff at noon.

Everyone is so pumped up for the game this weekend. Saturday is setting up to be one of the biggest games of all rivalry games. This is the highest ranked matchup between the two schools since 1964.

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You know what's really cool about this rivalry game? ESPN's College GameDay will be broadcasting live outside of Spartan Stadium and all the coverage starts at 9 a.m.

Not only will fans be out tailgating and having all kinds of fun before the noon kickoff time, but many fans can watch the professional announcers on ESPN's College GameDay at the stadium.

My wife and I know a lot of Spartan fans who are going to the game on Saturday and are extremely excited about it. Who wouldn't be?

According to the Detroit Free Press:

Over the weekend, Fox's "Big Noon Kickoff" pregame show announced it, too, would be on hand for U-M vs MSU. Fox will also broadcast the game, scheduled for a noon kickoff. The pregame will begin at 10 a.m.

Currently, Michigan is favored to win Saturday's battle by 3 and a half points. Who can really make any type of prediction when we have no idea who's going to win?

I'm just hoping for a really good football game with screaming fans, Sparty firing up the crowd, and let's not forget about the Spartan Marching Band too.

The Detroit Free Press adds:

The ESPN crew features Michigan legend and Heisman Trophy winner Desmond Howard, along with analysts Kirk Herbstreit, Lee Corso, David Pollack and host Rece Davis.

The last two Big 10 undefeated teams (both 7-0) battle it out for their 8th straight win on Saturday. Will it be the Michigan Wolverines or the Michigan State Spartans?

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