Michigan State football fan drinks ‘U-M tears’ in viral video spinoff


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Chris Solari of the Detroit Free Press and Graham Couch of the Lansing State Journal dissect Michigan State’s stunning upset of No. 14 Michigan.

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Surely by now, you know that Michigan State football knocked off Michigan, 27-24, at the Big House on Saturday.

And surely by now, you’ve seen the latest TikTok viral video of a man riding a skateboard on a street while sipping juice and mouthing the words to Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams.”

Someone out there as combined the two.

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Thomas Crowe took to Instagram after MSU’s win on Saturday and celebrated by hopping on his wheels, grabbing his phone and taking a video.

With Stevie Nicks singing the 1977 hit, which has been revived thanks to social media, Crowe then went to take a swig of his drink.

But it wasn’t cran-raspberry juice, like the author of the viral video, Nathan Apodaca, had.

This was “U of M tears.”

They probably never tasted so good to MSU fans everywhere.

And where do you think they sell that? Probably Walmart, eh?

It’s a funny way for Spartans to rub it in on their Wolverines friends and family. And, thanks to social media, it’ll never go away. 

Contact Kirkland Crawford: kcrawford@freepress.com. Follow him on Twitter @HiKirkHere.

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