Michigan State players share their critiques of Denard Robinson’s play on Twitter (then delete them)

Trolling is the art of posting inflammatory messages about something or someone on the Internet, and during the Alabama-Michigan game, Michigan State players had trolling down to a science.

Of course the main target was Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson, who had a less than stellar outing against Alabama. Robinson, who many considered a Heisman contender, was 11 of 26 for 200 yards a touchdown and two interceptions. He also managed just 27 yards rushing and a score in the 41-14 loss.

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Throughout the course of the game, Michigan State players chimed in on Robinson's play. While most of the tweets have been deleted, Mlive.com managed to grab them before they disappeared:

"Is this guy really a QB I'll say my mans (walk-on Tommy Vento) is a better QB lol," linebacker Denicos Allen tweeted. "S/O to my boy vento by the way."

"DENARD IS SOOOO BAD!" safety Kyle Artinian tweeted. "And it makes me feel so good."

"I can play quarterback for the school in blue," linebacker Jamal Lyles tweeted. "(Le'Veon Bell) for heisman > the other guy in the great state of michigan."

And when Robinson found Jeremy Gallon on a 71-yard reception?

"Even a blind squirrel can get a nut ever once in a while...," running back Nick Hill tweeted.

Michigan State can mock because the Spartans beat No. 24 Boise State 17-13 on Friday and cemented running back Le'Veon Bell as one of the early Heisman contenders. But we'll see who gets the last tweet when the two teams meet on Oct. 20.

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