Greatest Michigan State Plays - Slate Coasters (Set of 4)

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Relive four of the greatest moments in Michigan State football history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:

2015 Regular Season vs Michigan - A "Special" Ending
1998 Regular Season vs Ohio State - Picking Off Perfection
2006 Regular Season vs Northwestern - 38 Unanswered
1988 Rose Bowl vs USC - Jump pass

These slate coasters are laser-etched indelibly into the stone itself.
- Size: 4" x 4" x 0.25" per coaster
- Weight: 0.25lbs (4oz)
- Natural edge
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2015 Regular Season
A "Special" Ending
Michigan State vs Michigan
27 - 23
17 October, 2015
It was Harbaugh's first season with the Blue and it seemed that he was going to start 1-0 in the rivalry. Leading with 10 seconds left, all Michigan had to do was punt the ball. A bobbled snap and a 38-yard return as time expired changed all of that as State stole an improbable win. What and ending.

1998 Regular Season
Picking Off Perfection
Michigan State vs Ohio State
28 - 24
7 November, 1998
OSU was #1 ranked team and 28 point favorites entering the contest. Leading 24-9 in the 3rd quarter, all was according to plan. Then MSU mounted a memorable comeback, culminating in an endzone interception which cemented the win, knocking out OSU of national championship considerations.

2006 Regular Season
38 Unanswered
Michigan State vs Northwestern
41 - 38
21 October, 2006
The greatest comeback in Division-I history, Michigan St was trailing 38-3 in the 3rd quarter against a woeful Northwestern football team. Many fans remember turning off the tv in anger. 38 unanswered points later, Michigan St won the game with a field goal and put it's mark in the history books.

1988 Rose Bowl
Jump pass
Michigan State vs USC
20 - 17
1 January, 1988
The last Rose Bowl televised by NBC, Michigan State made it's first appearance since 1965. A close contest culminated in a game-winning field goal. The highlight of the drive was a 3rd down conversion from a scramble where McAllister leaped out of bounds as he threw, finding Rison for the first.