While technically a Pixar film, Pixar is owned by Disney like, ohhhh...ABC and ESPN, so by the transitive property Bolt is a Disney film. In Bolt, a superhero dog is forced confront the fact that he's not really a superhero, but merely an ordinary dog like all other dogs.
Yes, Michigan State beat a ranked Michigan team, but Michigan is the most overrated program in the nation.
Michigan has a quarterback who can't throw, and an offensive line with enough holes for Alice to fall down and find Wonderland, once more. The only way they beat Notre Dame was a five turnover effort by the Irish and the inability of Notre Dame to guard the jump ball, despite double coverage.
Now, returning to Michigan State, the Spartans barely beat a bad Michigan team, barely beat a bad Ohio State team and were blown out by the Irish. Wisconsin is exponentially better than any of those teams.
It's time for Bolt to realize it's not as good as it thinks it is. On Saturday, Michigan State will have to relegate itself to the fact that it'll be playing in a mediocre bowl after the demolition in East Lansing.
William Gholston won't have to punch any of the Badgers' lineman for pulling him to the ground by his facemask, because they'll be pancaking him legally and often.
Watch out, Spartans, because the most balanced offense in the country, like reality, is about to smack you in the face.
No. 6 Wisconsin 56, No. 16 Michigan State 16