​You think the Wolverines care that Michigan State entered Saturday's contest as the No. 4 team in the country?

Heck no.

And at MSU, Michigan looked like the better team, shocking the nation by taking down the Spartans 82-72 in a true Big Ten upset. 

Tom Izzo must be beside himself right now, but you know John Beilein and his boys are through the roof with excitement. 

At the half, Michigan State was clinging to a 37-34 lead, but the Wolverines came out on fire in the second half and quickly took control. 

For Michigan, junior forward Moe Wagner was easily the Player of the Game during the road contest, finishing with 27 points and four rebounds. In addition to Wagner, Zavier Simpson and Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman​ chipped in with 16 and 12 points, respectively. 

With the win, Michigan is now 15-4 on the year, while Michigan State is 16-3.