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Fans Start Heading Back To Mid-Michigan

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LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) - After a big celebration in Pasadena, Spartan fans are starting to return home to cold and snowy Lansing. Even with the weather, they had smiles on their faces after such a big win against Stanford.

A great deal of the 3,600 fans are making their way back to Lansing Thursday, carrying the excitement of the win.

"It was a little disappointing coming back to snow, but it was worth it to go out there to watch them bring back the victory," said Dustin Baker, an MSU alumni.

Spartans fans cheered on their team in Pasadena in big numbers. "Two thirds to three quarters of the stadium was green. So we had a commanding presence and we had a great time. Great football game. Congrats, Spartans," cheered David Bouck, an MSU alumni.

"It was awesome. It was a once in a lifetime experience. And I think my favorite part was seeing the whole Spartan Nation in Pasadena," said one fan.


After winning the Grand Daddy of them all, fans now have their eyes set on a bigger prize. "Maybe next year we will be in the championship game and we'll go there!" said another fan.

Fans are invited to greet the team outside the Skandalaris Center at 7:40 Thursday. The public is asked to park in front of Spartan Stadium at Shaw Lane. 6 News will carry a live feed both on air and on-line for their homecoming.

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