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In 2015, MSU was selected for the College Football Playoff as the No. Today, the football team competes in Spartan Stadium, a renovated 75,005-person football stadium in the center of campus.MSU's traditional archrival is the Michigan, against whom they compete for the Paul Bunyan Trophy; MSU has a 23–34–1 record in the annual trophy game.As the college grew, it looked to join a major collegiate conference. They participate in the Big Ten Conference except fencing, where until 1997, from the University founding, MSU featured fencing as a varsity sport.When the University of Chicago eliminated varsity football and withdrew from the Western Conference (now the Big Ten) in 1946, Michigan State president John A. Despite opposition from the University of Michigan, the Big Ten admitted M. During that time, MSU was coached by the first American recognized as a master of fencing, Charles Schmitter, for 45 years, from 1939 to 1984.Their mascot is a Spartan warrior named Sparty, and the school colors are green and white.The university participates in the NCAA's Division I and the Football Bowl Subdivision for football.
Michigan State's rivalry game against Notre Dame, with whom they compete for the Megaphone Trophy was played every year until 2013.
In 1951, the Spartans finished the season undefeated, and performed the same feat the following year in addition to the nation's longest winning streak of 24 games.
The team was named the "undisputed national champions by every official poll".
MSU's record in the trophy series against the Fighting Irish is 26–34–1.
Notable MSU alumni who have played in the National Football League include Morten Andersen, Devin Thomas, Tupe Peko, Domata Peko, Chris Morris, Greg Montgomery, Paul Edinger, Javon Ringer, Chris L.