“Wisconsin may have better football teams than Minnesota, but the Badger State is eating our dust when it comes to the economy,” the  Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development wrote on their blog last week.

Minnesota Public Radio’s Paul Tosto posted some interesting statistics and charts of key economic data from the two states and concluded Minnesota did a much better job than Wisconsin of keeping people employed during the recession and putting them back to work in the recovery.

Read more: In the economic game, Minnesota is pulling away from Wisconsin.