MSU 28 – Michigan 27 (1990): Desmond Howard gets tripped and drops a two-point conversion. Michigan recovers the onside kick, but can’t score to end the game. Michigan loses three games that season, by a combined six points.
MSU 28 – Michigan 25 (1995): Tony Banks leads a touchdown drive in the final minutes to give Nick Saban the win.
Michigan 23 – MSU 7 (1997): Charles Woodson’s ridiculous one-handed interception. Michigan goes undefeated.
MSU 26 – Michigan 24 (2001): Home-field advantage. MSU clock operator stops clock at 0:01 to allow Jeff Smoker time to spike the ball. Smoker throws a TD pass to T.J. Duckett on the final play.
Michigan 45 – MSU 37: Michigan erases 17-point deficit in fourth quarter, wins in third OT on Braylon Edwards touchdown catch.