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Dienhart: Spartans Get Revenge, Control of Legends

IOWA CITY, Iowa — This was all about payback for Michigan State. No one from East Lansing would say so before kickoff. But there was no denying the laser focus Michigan State carried into today’s game. The Spartans wanted to send a message to Iowa.

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Michigan State at Iowa - Football Highlights

(AP) Kirk Cousins threw for 260 yards and three touchdowns and 13th-ranked Michigan State beat Iowa 37-21 to take control of the Big Ten’s Legends Division. B.J. Cunningham caught a pair of TD passes for the Spartans, who snapped a seven-game losing streak at Iowa dating back to 1989. Michigan State (8-2, 5-1 Big Ten) took a commanding 31-7 lead with two touchdowns in a 36-second stretch late in the second quarter. Cunningham followed Le’Veon Bell‘s 25-yard TD run with a 22-yard touchdown catch to put Michigan State up by 24 at the break. The Spartans can now earn a spot in the Big Ten title game with wins over Indiana and Northwestern in the next two weeks. Read BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart’s column and the full AP recap, see the box score and view the Big Ten scoreboard.

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Dienhart: What to Watch For This Saturday

Many eyes will be on Michigan State’s game at Iowa, arguably the biggest tilt this weekend in what will be a matchup that goes a long way toward determining who wins the Legends Division. And what type of scene will unfold at Penn State, where Nebraska is playing? Following lower in this post is a look at what the other Big Ten teams need to do to enjoy success this Saturday. Note: Indiana is off.

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Dienhart: Week 11 Football Selections

Lots of tough decisions this week, with four conference battles and one non-conference game. Without a doubt, the races in each division will become more defined after this weekend. Who will prevail in key matchups between Michigan State-Iowa and Nebraska-Penn State?

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MSU vs. UNC: See the aircraft carrier hoops court

We already know Michigan State will wear camouflage basketball uniforms against North Carolina on Veterans Day. But here’s a really cool photo of the court on the deck of the USS Carl Vinson. Magic Johnson, a Michigan State alum, and James Worthy, a North Carolina alum, will serve as honorary captains for their alma maters at the game. Read the full AP story here. And the “Daily Edition” on MSUSpartans.com offers up a glimpse of the trip in the latest installment of “Michigan State All-Access.”

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