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Video: Top 10 Big Ten football plays of 2013

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Kevonte Martin-Manley Punt Returns

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It’s not easy coming up with a top 10 list for the best 2013 Big Ten football plays. There were a lot of worthy plays, to be sure, so several jaw-droppers were left off this exclusive list. Check out my top 10 plays from the 2013 football season in this post.

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Poll: Best 2013 one-handed interception?

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B.J. Lowery 1-Handed Interception

Who doesn’t like a good highlight-reel one-handed grab? Typically, the play is reserved for wide receivers, and plenty of Big Ten wideouts obliged this season. But a couple defensive backs, the guys who play defense because they don’t have the best hands, turned in two of the better one-handed grabs of the 2013 season.

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Season Review: Illini struggle, but snap B1G skid

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Josh Ferguson Touchdown Pass

Year Two under Tim Beckman brought hope in the form of an improved won-loss record, as Illinois went from two victories to four. The credit goes to a revived offense, as new coordinator Bill Cubit altered the scheme and maxed out the skills of senior quarterback Nathan Scheelhaase. Illinois averaged 29.7 points and 426.7 yards in 2013 after averaging 16.7 points and 296.7 yards in 2012.

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#BTNLive asks: Which unit faces toughest BCS test?

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Langford Breaks TD Run to Put Sparty Up 10 Points Late

If you’re on Twitter, you can vote in our ongoing series of Big Ten Twitter polls for our weekday TV show #BTNLive, weekdays at 6 p.m. ET. On tonight’s #BTNLive show, our experts discuss this question: Which unit will face the toughest challenge in its BCS game? The options: #MSUOffense, #MSUDefense, #OSUOffense, #OSUDefense.

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Video: MSU hoops team honors senior football players

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Spartan Football Team Honored at Breslin Center

Michigan State honored the football team’s seniors during a first-half timeout of Tuesday night’s game vs. North Florida. The seniors, the leaders of the 2013 Big Ten championship team and the first Spartans team to make the Rose Bowl since 1987, were recognized at midcourt. The Stagg Trophy was there, too. To no surprise, the Breslin Center faithful showered the seniors with applause.

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