staff, October 3, 2013

Friday's episode of "Forever B1G" profiles Mike Hohensee (Minnesota) and Maurice Ager (Michigan State) in our latest look at two former Big Ten stars who have pursued careers once their playing days ended. Learn more about them both from a portion of the show in this post, and then tune in at 7:30 p.m. ET that night to see the entire program.

Hohensee, Minnesota's quarterback in 1981 and 1982, played in NFL, USFL and Arena Football Leagues and later became the head coach of , Arena Bowl Champion Chicago Rush, He is also a 2012 Arena Football league Hall of Fame Inductee & husband, father of two. He now coaches the Iowa Barnstormers of the Arena Football League.

Ager, a Michigan State basketball player and the Big Ten's leading scorer in 2006, was drafted by Dallas in the first round of the NBA Draft before spending four years in the NBA. He is currently a music producer based in Los Angeles and has founded Moe Ager Productions.

Watch clips from previous shows below, and find the latest full episodes on

Michigan State's Tony Mandarich and Ohio State's Brad Sellers

Iowa's Quinn Early and Michigan's Jon Runyan

Penn State's D.J. Dozier and Minnesota's Willie Burton