Tom Dienhart, Senior Writer, October 15, 2015

There are two minutes left on the clock. Your team needs a touchdown to win the game. What Big Ten quarterback would you choose to lead your team down field? I asked some of my esteemed and sage Big Ten media colleagues.

Jeff Potrykus, Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel: I'll go with Cook of MSU. Why? Because he has done it before, last season vs Baylor. Cook directed TD drives of 71, 60 and 45 in final quarter of 42-41 victory. He was 8-of-13 for 140 and two TDs and rushed four times for 23 yards with three first downs.

Henry Bushnell, It?s got to be Connor Cook. He?s got everything you?d want in a QB in the two-minute drill. He has the arm. He has the experience. He has the poise. And he?s done it before. As a senior, he?s the full package.

Bill Rabinowitz, Columbus Dispatch: At the risk of being called a homer, I'd take J.T. Barrett. He can run. He can throw. Most important, his will to win is off the charts. Obviously, Connor Cook is deserving as well, but I remember what happened last year in East Lansing.

Brad Sturdy, OrangeandBlue Connor Cook from Michigan State. Experienced and a winner, he's already done it a couple of times this season. Stays cool under pressure.

Pete DiPrimio, Fort Wayne News-Sentinel: Michigan State's Connor Cook. Why? He knows how to win — a school-record 29 victories, with more coming.

Sean Callahan, For me, it would be hard to go against Connor Cook. What he's done in the Rose Bowl, Cotton Bowl and 2013 Big Ten title game is hard to top. If you give him the ball in his hands to win the game, more often than not, he's going to come through.