Video: Top 10 plays from Big Ten bowl games

While a 2-5 clip wasn’t the result the Big Ten was shooting for this bowl season, the conference put together its share of impressive plays. Watch our top 10 plays from the Big Ten bowls, including a pair of highlights from Northwestern’s first bowl victory since 1949.

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10. Montee Ball scores 83rd and final career TD

9. Trevor Siemian does best Kain Colter impersonation, runs it in for a score

8. Rex Burkhead 16-yard TD reception

7. Aaron Burbridge avoids tacklers, finds end zone

6. Philip Nelson buys time, hits Drew Crawford-Tufts for TD

5. Dan Conroy game-winning 47-yard field goal

4. Devin Gardner extends play, hits Drew Dileo for TD

3. Will Compton picks off Aaron Murray, turns it into six points

2. Quentin Williams takes interception back for TD

1. Le’Veon Bell completes 29-yard pass to TyQuan Hammock

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bob jones on 1/2/2013 @ 6:11pm EST Said:

It was Compton’ first career interception in his last game as a Husker. Burkhead had a nice game in his finale, unforunate he had an injury plagued senior season. Rex is one of the most respected and poular Huskers ever, he will be missed.

Dockwatt on 1/2/2013 @ 7:32pm EST Said:

You left out the best play in a Biig 10 bowl…Clowney’s Collision!

    Brent Yarina, BTN.com on 1/2/2013 @ 8:31pm EST Said:

    No doubt that was the best play in Big Ten bowls. But this was for plays made by Big Ten players.

Doug on 1/2/2013 @ 7:35pm EST Said:

You should have shown where Clowney owned Lewan and about knocked Vincent Smith unconscious while forcing a fumble then recovering the fumble.

Ben24 on 1/2/2013 @ 11:01pm EST Said:

At least put in an extra of Clowney unleashing the atomic bomb on Vincent. Hardest hit I’ve seen in my life!

bob jones on 1/3/2013 @ 6:55pm EST Said:

Ben24, if you want to see the hardest hit ever, check out Nebraska’s John Ruud’s hit on Oklahoma’s Kelly Phelps on a kickoff return in the 1978 Nebraska upset of #1 Oklahoma, Phelps was out cold before he hit the ground. Of course the refs blew the call, in one of the worst calls ever, calling no fumble. The play led off an Omaha TV stations’ newscast for years after that. Hardest hit I’ve ever seen.