Michigan finally brings the B1G trophy back to Ann Arbor, and this time they played a conference championship game for it. The Wolvorines defeated MSU 31-7 at Lucus Oil Stadium. Michigan's offense got off to a sputtering start as Denard Robinson threw an interception on his first throw of the game. MSU's Edwin Baker then capitalized on the turnover with a 14 yard TD run. Robinson wanted to make up for his mistake and so he scored on the next possesion when he scrambled in for a 21 yard TD. Both teams had long drives in the second quarter and it was Michigan who ended up having the ball at the end of the second half. Roy Roundtree, Michigan's go to reciever, was fairly quiet for the duration of the game, having only one reception, but it was a big one. On a 3rd and 17 Robinson just threw one up and Roundtree grabs it-with 1 hand- and takes it into the endzone on a 30 yard TD. The Michigan defense stood strong after giving up the first 7 points in the 1st quarter, as they shut MSU out for the rest of the game. JT Floyd was a big player in shutting down the Spartan offense as he had two picks, one in the endzone and one he returned for a 62 yard TD. Michigan now looks forward to the National Championship game, assuming they aren't jumed by Stanford and Boise State.