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Video: Connor Cook celebrates Big Ten title with parents

Two Big Ten championships. One Rose Bowl Game victory. One Cotton Bowl win. [ MORE: AP RECAP | BOX | PBP | Dienhart: Shame on us for doubting MSU | Video: Spartans celebrate | Watch Connor Cook apologize to Archie Griffin | Watch game-winning TD | You’ll love these Vines ] One thing’s for sure: Connor Cook has experience celebrating gigantic victories. And every one of the Michigan State record-breaking quarterback’s celebrations seems to include a special moment with his parents. The aftermath of Saturday night’s 2015 Big Ten Football Championship Game was no different. Watch Cook, who went on

Watch LJ Scott's game-winning touchdown in Big Ten title game

They’ll be talking about that Michigan State game-winning drive for years to come. [ MORE: AP RECAP | BOX | PBP | Dienhart: Shame on us for doubting MSU | Watch MSU celebrate | Connor Cook celebrates with parents | Watch game-winning TD ] The Spartans used a 22-play, nine-minute drive to score the go-ahead touchdown with 27 seconds remaining in the Big Ten title game Saturday night at Lucas Oil Stadium. LJ Scott, the player who did most of the damage on the prolonged drive, provided the decisive play. On 3rd-and-goal from the 1-yard line, the true freshman took

Watch our 360-degree videos from inside B1G title game locker rooms

Iowa and Michigan State fans probably don’t need much to get jacked up for tonight’s Big Ten title game. [ MORE: Pick your winner | Keys for Iowa | Keys for Michigan State ] The enticing matchup and the incredibly high stakes (winner likely sews up a berth in the second annual College Football Playoff) are more than enough to draw in even the casual college football fan. That said, the 360-degree videos above and below are certain to excite Hawkeyes and Spartans fans. Go ahead and watch the videos from inside the home and visitor locker rooms hours before

Watch Aaron Falzon drain 3-pointer after losing right shoe

Northwestern’s Aaron Falzon can stroke it from just about anywhere on the court. [ MORE: Track all of today’s Big Ten action on our scoreboard ] As we learned Saturday afternoon vs. SIU-Edwardsville, this also applies when the true freshman is missing a shoe. Falzon, who entered the game shooting 38 percent from distance, drained a first-half 3-pointer after losing his right shoe on the team’s previous possession. The shoe came off in a similar position as another one did in an Iowa-Northwestern game in early 2013, when former Hawkeyes’ star Aaron White threw it off the court, nearly taking

Video: Michigan State scores on opening tip, without a dribble

The nation’s likely new No. 1 team showed plenty of flair in its latest win. [ MORE: Track all of today’s Big Ten action on our scoreboard ] Michigan State scored off the opening tip in Saturday afternoon’s 76-33 victory over Binghamton, and it did so without the benefit of a single dribble. Here’s how it happened: Big man Matt Costello tapped the tip to Javon Bess, who delivered a jump pass to point guard Tum Tum Nairn, who hit a streaking Denzel Valentine for the game-opening alley-oop. Talk about perfect ball movement. If you’re scoring at home, that was

Video: Check out BTN.com's top 10 Big Ten football plays of 2015

It was another great season for Big Ten football. One year after Ohio State won the inaugural College Football Playoff national title, the Big Ten has five teams in the top 15 of the final CFP rankings of the regular season. Even better: Three of those teams come in at No. 4 (Iowa), No. 5 (Michigan State) and No. 6 (Ohio State), with the Hawkeyes and Spartans meeting in the Big Ten title game Saturday night in Indianapolis. It should come as no surprise that another great season produced more than its share of unforgettable highlights. Relive the BTN.com team’s

Video: Aaron Burbridge makes one of the top plays of the season

Big Ten fans are used to seeing outstanding plays on a weekly basis. [ MORE: Week 13 scoreboard | Stats | Standings | Latest polls | YouTube highlights ] But the play Michigan State senior Aaron Burbridge made on Saturday could be the best yet. Leading 20-10 early on in the second half, Connor Cook dropped back and hit Burbridge with a pass on the left sideline. He hauled in the pass, spun away from two defenders, then spun away from a third defender before diving into the end zone for the score. Check out the video at the top

Watch Jerry Kill lead Minnesota onto the field vs. Wisconsin

Jerry Kill was back at TCF Bank Stadium on Saturday afternoon for the first time since retiring October 28. [ MORE: Week 13 scoreboard | Stats | Standings | Latest polls | YouTube highlights ] He played a big role in the day’s festivities, too. Kill, who compiled a 29-29 record in four and a half seasons at Minnesota, shook the hand of every senior in the tunnel as they were announced on Senior Day, before leading the Gophers onto the field for their game vs. heated rival Wisconsin. During the game, Kill took in the action from the field,

Watch Urban Meyer hit 'The Dab' following Ohio State's win

There’s a new dance taking over the internet, and it’s known as “The Dab.” [ MORE: Week 13 scoreboard | Stats | Standings | Latest polls | YouTube highlights ] The latest to break out the dance… Urban Meyer. Following the Buckeyes’ commanding 42-13 win over rival Michigan in Ann Arbor, Meyer and the players broke out into an epic dance party. But as shocking as the final score was, nothing tops Meyer hitting “The Dab” in the locker room following the victory, Check it out at the top of this post. Props to OSU wide receivers coach Zach Smith

#BTNStandout: Devine Redding hurdles Purdue defender

Jordan Howard isn’t the only Indiana running back capable of doing serious damage on the ground. [ MORE: Week 13 scoreboard | Stats | Standings | Latest polls | YouTube highlights ] Devine Redding has proved to be a terrific backup to the Big Ten’s yards rushing per game leader, amassing 719 total yards and seven touchdowns of his own entering Saturday’s rivalry game at Purdue. Redding is running all over Indiana’s rival, and his biggest scamper is one we figure to see near the top of the top 10 plays of the week lists. Redding’s hurdle was that impressive.