Michigan State quarterback Kirk Cousins has a sense for history. He knows his 44-yard desperation touchdown heave to Keith Nichol with four seconds hanging on the clock was an instant classic. The epic play that knocked off an unbeaten and top-10 ranked Wisconsin team will go down in Big Ten lore. And the play will loom even bigger among Michigan State fans if Cousins and the 2011 Spartans are able to deliver the school its first trip the Rose Bowl since the 1988 season. I caught up with Cousins earlier this week to get his thoughts on his epic pass—as well as a few other subjects.
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On tonight’s Big Ten Football & Beyond, at 7 p.m. ET, Dave Revsine and his cast of characters discuss what they learned about Wisconsin and Michigan State following last week’s unforgettable finish, analyze the latest developments in realignment and break down Saturday’s highly anticipated matchup between Nebraska’s offense and Michigan State’s defense.
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The Big Ten Conference conducts the annual Big Ten basketball media day on Thursday in Chicago and BTN.com will stream live video of each individual men’s and women’s coach addressing the media from the podium beginning at 9 a.m. ET and running through approximately 11 a.m. To access the video player, go to our Big Ten Digital Network and the video will play once the event starts Thursday morning. Transcripts of each press conference will once again be made available on site and on www.bigten.org.
The conference’s top two men’s soccer teams, Northwestern and Wisconsin, battled on Sunday. The Wildcats were able to extend their unbeaten streak to six matches, defeating Wisconsin 1-0. In this week’s BTN Soccer Report, host Kevin Egan and analyst Aron Hyde highlight the match, and talk with Northwestern standout Nikko Boxall. You can follow Kevin and the @BTNSoccerReport on Twitter, where he welcomes feedback and questions.
In the latest “BTN Soccer Report,” Kevin Egan highlights Penn State winning the Big Ten regular-season title for the 14th consecutive season by talking with Nittany Lion standout Maya Hayes. BTN Soccer Analyst Kyndra de St. Aubin also calls in and gives her predictions for the Big Ten Tournament, which begins play on Nov. 2. You can catch the semifinals and finals live on BTN.