Two years ago, the day after Michigan beat Notre Dame in 2009, we discussed on a MGoPodcast the rare occurence that had taken place the day before: Michigan won, while all three of its rivals–Ohio State, Michigan State and Notre Dame–all lost. Michigan, of course, beat Notre Dame, while Central Michigan, behind the guts and arm of Dan LeFeveur topped MSU and USC choked off Ohio State. It was the first time since 2004 that it had happened. We batted around ideas for what to call days like that–well, other than glorious–but never settled on anything. We’re still waiting for another day like that, but this past Saturday came mighty close. Michigan eased by Eastern while MSU and OSU both lost high profile showdown games by double digits. Sure, the MSU loss was to the hands of Notre Dame, but Michigan famously beat them the week before. So, with two rivals going down in flames, one at the hands of the third rival the Wolverines dispatched with the week before, well, that’s about as close as we’re going to get to one of those glorious clean sweep days without it, you know, actually happening. Watching MSU and OSU go down in such tire fashion begs the question: As a

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