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Live Blog: Michigan State drops Western Michigan

Tony Lippett

Michigan State Interception-Lateral TD

Jeremy Langford’s 2-yard touchdown run late in the first half broke a tie and he finished with a career-high 94 yards rushing, helping Michigan State beat Western Michigan 26-13 Friday night. The Spartans (1-0) struggled on offense, rotating ineffective quarterback Andrew Maxwell and Connor Cook, and scored two touchdowns on defense.

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Dienhart: Week 1 Questions? Yes. Answers? Not yet.

Denicos Allen

Indiana Touchdownpalooza vs. Indiana State

The Big Ten took the lid off the 2013 season last night, with Minnesota and Indiana recording resounding victories by registering point totals that would have tilted a pinball machine. The unveilings continue tonight, with Michigan State playing host to Western Michigan, and then the other nine schools play Saturday. Here are questions I have for each of the 10 schools yet to kickoff.

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Eric Crouch Q&A: Martinez or Miller at QB?

Preston Mack-USA TODAY Sports

Chuck Long and Eric Crouch at BTN B1G 10K

Eric Crouch is a college football icon and a Nebraska legend, the winner of the 2001 Heisman Trophy who led the Cornhuskers to the BCS national title game the same season. The guy knows his football. And he’s bringing that knowledge to BTN as an analyst.

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Friday links: QB drama, big wins & top tweets

Andrew Maxwell

Indiana State Player Ejected Under New Targeting Rule

Be sure to tune in tonight for the next installment of “How The Quarterback Turns” at Michigan State, which opens vs. Western Michigan. Andrew Maxwell will start, but Connor Cook will play. And Cook wants to show he’s the guy. Heck—who knows?–all four Spartans quarterbacks may see action, along with a few guys from the stands.

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Video: Indiana State player ejected under new targeting rule

Shane Wynn

Indiana State Player Ejected Under New Targeting Rule

We knew it was only a matter of time before a player was ejected as a result of college football’s new rule on targeting a defenseless player, and it happened on the season’s first night. Indiana State’s Carlos Aviles was booted for his hit on Shane Wynn during a punt return in the third quarter. Aviles wasn’t the first player ejected under the new rule, actually, as Tulane and Missouri State had players tossed earlier in the night.

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