A Lansing taxidermist has recreated the dramatic finish to this month’s dramatic Michigan-Michigan State game with the help of some dead rodents.
Remember the guy who made a taxidermy version of the Michigan-Michigan State rivarlry this summer? He’s done it again, this time recreating the dramatic finish to this month’s Wolverines-Spartans game—with dead chipmunks, of course.
Lansing taxidermist Nick Saade’s latest creation uses dead rodents to create the scene in the Big House on Oct. 17, when MSU’s Jaeln Watts-Jackson returned a fumble for the game-winning score as time expired.
Saade’s previous morbid diorama was eventually purchased by a Michigan grad from New Jersey for $1,500. Maybe he’ll fetch a higher price for this more dramatic one.
- Dan Gartland