Michigan and Michigan State will face each other this weekend in the rivalry's first night game.
That's right. The game in Ann Arbor on Saturday night will be the first nighttime meeting between these two football teams who have been playing each other since 1898.
While it would be fascinating to run down all 109 meetings, let's take a quick look back at just the past five:
Oct. 20, 2012 -- Michigan 12, Michigan State 10
Michigan snapped a four-game losing streak against the Spartans in what can be described as a defensive-minded game in Ann Arbor. Or you could describe it as ugly, but a win is a win and Michigan needed one badly against their in-state rival.
The Spartans were stopped on third-and-goal with 6:14 left in the game and had to settle for a 19-yard field goal by Dan Conroy, taking their final lead at 10-9.
The Wolverines scored four field goals to pull this one out, including a last-minute 38-yarder from Brendan Gibbons.
FULL RECAP: Michigan beats Michigan State, 12-10
Nov. 2, 2013 -- Michigan State 29, Michigan 6
Michigan State responded the next year. Connor Cook threw for a touchdown and ran for one, but this game belonged to Michigan State's defense, which at the time solidified its spot among the nation's best with an overwhelming performance on a rainy afternoon at Spartan Stadium.
This was Michigan State's most lopsided win in the series since 1967. They held Michigan to minus-48 yards rushing, the worst output in the Ann Arbor program's history. Michigan's previous low point for rushing was in 1962, when the Wolverines were held to minus-46 yards by Minnesota.
Oct. 25, 2014 -- Michigan State 35, Michigan 11
Michigan State picked up right where they left off a year before with the rivalry's first-ever back-to-back games in East Lansing. Cook threw for 227 yards and a touchdown on 12-of-22. Tony Lippett had three receptions and a 70-yard touchdown for the Spartans, who continued their domination in the series by beating the Wolverines for the sixth time in seven meetings.
Devin Gardner was intercepted twice and threw for 121 yards as Michigan was limited to 186 total yards en route to its fourth loss in five games.
FULL RECAP: Michigan State beats Michigan, 35-11
Oct. 17, 2015 -- Michigan State 27, Michigan 23
This is arguably the craziest finish to any game in this historic rivalry. When pretty much everyone thought the game was over and Michigan was going to win, the unthinkable happened.
After the snap was flubbed on a Michigan punt attempt and the ball went flying as the final seconds ticked down, Michigan State's Jalen Watts-Jackson grabbed it and raced 38 yards into the end zone for a touchdown on the final play of the game in Ann Arbor.
This was Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh's first game against the Spartans.
"A mistake was made," Harbaugh said. "Mistakes were made. It's very unfortunate circumstances."
For Michigan State fans, it's worth watching again:
Oct. 29, 2016 -- Michigan 32, Michigan State 23
Harbaugh's Wolverines bounced back the next year and beat the Spartans in East Lansing.
Amara Darboh caught eight passes for a career-high 165 yards, and De'Veon Smith ran for two touchdowns to lift Michigan to a 32-23 win.
It was another low point in a 3-9 season for the Spartans, but many imagined this game would be much more lopsided. Still, it wasn't all that close until the very end.
Michigan will now go for its first back-to-back wins in the series since 2007.