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Dienhart: Relive it quarter by quarter senior writer Tom Dienhart posted quick takes after each quarter of the Big Ten Football Championship from his perch at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. Also, follow him on Twitter @BTNTomDienhart. FOURTH QUARTER Quick take: MSU trailed, 24-20, entering the fourth quarter. But the Spartans outscored the Buckeyes, 10-0, in the final stanza. When push came to shove, the MSU defense stifled the Ohio State offense in the final 15 minutes to secure the school’s first Rose Bowl since the 1987 season. Key moment: After stuffing Ohio State on a fourth down, MSU took over at their 39-yard line


Video: Big Ten football images of the year

What a year for Big Ten football teams. There were plenty of ups and downs to go around. Now have a look at this slick video from our Big Ten Football Championship Pregame Show. It captures the football images of the year across the Big Ten Conference. Big Ten Conference Standings Leaders Conference Overall vs W-L PF PA Home Road W-L PF PA Home Road Top 25 x-Ohio State 8-0 368 182 4-0 4-0 12-0 578 243 7-0 5-0 2-0 Wisconsin 6-2 279 129 3-1 3-1 9-3 429 178 6-1 3-2 1-1 Penn State 4-4 211 256 3-1 1-3 7-5

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Standing tall: Michigan State wins Big Ten title

(AP) Michigan State shook up the BCS title chase again Saturday night. The No. 10 Spartans regained the lead on Connor Cook‘s 9-yard touchdown pass to Josiah Price with 11:41 left and upset No. 2 Ohio State 34-24 to take the Big Ten title and put Auburn back in the national title hunt. “Coach (Mark Dantonio) said, ‘You’re the ones.’ We’re the ones, we’re going to the Rose Bowl,” Cook said after being selected the game’s MVP. Ohio State (12-1) had the nation’s longest active winning streak end at 24 as coach Urban Meyer suffered his first loss since taking

Traevon Jackson

B1G hoops roundup: Badgers down Marquette

Saturday wasn’t just about the 2013 Big Ten Football Championship Game. No, there was more than enough men’s basketball today to keep you entertained all day. There was a total of nine games, including Wisconsin beating instate foe Marquette to stay perfect. Get scores, stats, updates and video highlights in this post. [ MORE: View today’s Big Ten men’s basketball scoreboard ] INDIANA 89 NORTH FLORIDA 68 | RECAP | BOX | PLAY-BY-PLAY (AP) Evan Gordon scored 15 points and Yogi Ferrell had 14 points with seven assists to help Indiana rout overmatched North Florida 89-68 on Saturday. Noah Vonleh

Archie Griffin

Like jerseys? See our favorites from B1G title game

Big Ten football fans are in full force this weekend in Indianapolis as the third annual Big Ten Championship game is set to kick off tonight at Lucas Oil Stadium. With fans come team spirit, and with team spirit comes great jerseys. I went around the Big Ten Fan Fast and compiled photos of the best jerseys leading up to tonight’s Michigan State vs. Ohio State game. [ MORE: View all of our Big Ten title game coverage ] Enjoy.

Austin Hollins

Video: You need to see this Austin Hollins alley-oop

Say, does Rodney Williams still suit up for Minnesota? Nope. Austin Hollins was the high-flyer who soared for the Williams-esque one-handed alley-oop vs. New Orleans on Saturday. Boy, can he fly. Hollins has shown his ups all year, but he hasn’t had a better finish than this jam. Watch it in this post. INSTANT HIGHLIGHT: How high is Austin Hollins on the dunk? High enough & then some. #orvillemoment @GopherBBall – — Minnesota on BTN (@BTN_Minnesota) December 7, 2013 Presented by Orville Redenbacher’s Popcorn, these video segments are great football moments clipped and posted online during live Big Ten

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Sam Thompson dunks another in-bound alley-oop

Here’s a random, but accurate, statement: Sam Thompson is the Big Ten’s elite weapon on inbound passes under his own basket. The Ohio State junior boasts a thick scrapbook of flying in for jaw-dropping alley-oops on said plays. Somehow, opponents haven’t accounted for it. Watch Thompson’s latest inbound alley-oop in this post. INSTANT HIGHLIGHT: @OhioStateHoops' Sam Thompson dunks inbound pass. Yes, again! #orvillemoment WATCH – — Ohio State on BTN (@BTN_Ohio_State) December 7, 2013 What about the previous inbound alley-oops? We have a few of those for your viewing pleasure. INSTANT HIGHLIGHT: @OhioStateHoops' Sam Thompson alley-oops the inbound pass.

Three & Out: Former Ohio State star Eddie George

Former Ohio State standout and Heisman Trophy winner Eddie George appeared as a guest on #BTNLive this morning at the Indianapolis Convention Center. I caught up with George after the show and asked him about his thoughts on tonight’s big game. It’s no secret that Ohio State’s offense is going to be tested tonight against Michigan State’s defense. What do you see that stands out to you about this Spartan defense, from a former player’s perspective. George: This is a 60-minute game, and it’s going to be physical for all 60 of those minutes. It’s less about the X’s

Sam Dekker

Video: Sam Dekker explodes for two-handed jam

If opponents aren’t careful, Wisconsin’s Sam Dekker has shown he’s more than willing to put them on a poster. The sophomore sensation showcased his leaping ability and power on an impressive two-handed slam in the first half of Saturday’s 70-64 win over Marquette at the Kohl Center. Watch Dekker delight the Badger faithful in this post. INSTANT HIGHLIGHT: Sam Dekker just exploded for a powerful two-handed flush. @BadgerMBB #orvillemoment WATCH – — Wisconsin on BTN (@BTN_Wisconsin) December 7, 2013 Dekker also threw down this alley-oop: INSTANT HIGHLIGHT: Break up, @BadgerMBB! Frank Kaminsky finds Sam Dekker for nice alley-oop. #orvillemoment

Carlos Hyde

X-Factors: 6 players to watch tonight

Kickoff is just hours away. BCS No. 2 Ohio State and BCS No. 10 Michigan State each has a lot on the line in the third annual Big Ten championship game. For the Buckeyes, a victory figures to push them to the BCS title game. For the Spartans, a triumph will mean a trip to the Rose Bowl for the first time since the 1987 season. Here are three X-factor players for each team to watch in tonight’s game. Ohio State Jeff Heuerman. He and fellow tight end Nick Vannett could make some big plays in the passing game running