Michigan State's Mark Dantonio on Michigan: 'Where's the threat?'
Michigan football coach Brady Hoke pulled seven of the state's top 10 recruits in 2012 and currently has the country's top recruiting class for 2013.
But Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio isn't impressed.
And he's not really worried who knows it.
"We're laying in the weeds," Dantonio told ESPN.com's Brian Bennett. "We've beat Michigan the last four years. So where's the the threat?"
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Hoke and the Wolverines led the country with 11 commitments ranked inside the top 150. Michigan currently has 17 pledges for 2013, while Michigan State has seven -- none of which have been rated as a Top 150 player by ESPN.com.
In 2012, Michigan had a top 10 class. The Spartans' class, meanwhile, wasn't ranked.
But Dantonio and company don't care.
They're pointing to the scoreboard.
"People should be looking forward to Michigan State being one of the top teams every year," safety Isaiah Lewis told ESPN.com.