Spartans and Bulldogs have had similar seasons and boast similar weapons.
Following Saturday night’s loss to Wisconsin in the inaugural Big Ten championship game, MSU head coach Mark Dantonio said the Spartans will be back in Indianapolis next year.
I keep circling through those final four minutes of Saturday’s inaugural Big Ten title game, and I keep coming to the same conclusion: Two plays cost MSU a Rose Bowl berth.
The No. 11 MSU football team played well all game, but ultimately fell to Wisconsin, 42-39, in the inaugural Big Ten Championship game.
For senior wide receiver Keith Nichol and senior quarterback Kirk Cousins — the duo who combined for one of college football’s most exciting plays this season — Saturday’s rematch with Wisconsin is exactly what was expected.
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- Day one action from Big Ten Women's Basketball Tournament
- Johnson deserves national recognition
- Merchant should be a household name
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- Thomas sees offensive spurt against Hawkeyes
- Extras from Merchant and Alton
- Extras from Merchant's press conference
- Johnson named Co-Big Ten Player of the Week