Football

Michigan State Shuts Out Florida Atlantic

 (AP) Kirk Cousins threw for 183 yards and two touchdowns, and No. 17 Michigan State held Florida Atlantic to one first down in a 44-0 victory over the Owls on Saturday. B.J. Cunningham caught five passes for 73 yards, breaking a tie with Matt Trannon for Michigan State’s career lead in receptions. The Spartans (2-0) led 27-0 at halftime and ended up outgaining FAU 434-48. The Owls (0-2) have scheduled a brutal opening month. They opened at Florida and play at Auburn in two weeks. Cousins finished 16 of 21, and backup Andrew Maxwell also played quite a bit. Read the full AP recap, see the box score and view the Big Ten scoreboard.

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Week 2 Screen Plays: Big Ten Fans on TV

Week 2 is here! We continue to keep our eyes glued to the TV as BTN covers Big Ten football! That’s why we collect a smattering of selected screen shots right off the TV of some of the moments that made us smile. Are you in any of the photos below? Let us know in the comments box below. And keep enjoying the rest of the Big Ten football season.

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Best Week 2 Big Ten Tweets

It’s Saturday. Everyone is watching college football and many are tweeting about it, too. BTN.com scours Twitter throughout the day to give you some of the best tweets regarding Big Ten football. Enjoy!

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Born on September 11th

Watch now as Indiana’s Logan Young, Penn State’s JR Refice,and Nebraska’s Lester Ward, Big Ten football players who were born on September 11th, talk about what it is like to have your birthday on a date most commonly associated with an American tragedy.

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Big Ten Coaches Reflect on 9/11

September 11th, 2001 is a day that will forever resonate in America.  In this tribute to September 11th, several Big Ten coaches reflect on where they were when they heard about the attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon.  Watch now as the Big Ten coaches give their thoughts on how college football induced a sense of unity that helped America overcome the tragic events.

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