Found December 04, 2011 on
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BEST OF MAXIM
If you’re a Spartan, you’re probably still recovering from what was a difficult weekend, at best, in college football.
The heartbreaking loss to Wisconsin, followed by neglect from the BCS during Sunday’s selection show has Michigan State fans stunned and on the verge of depression heading into bowl season.
Instead of playing in the Rose Bowl for the first time since 1989 and...
B.J. Cunningham had more than enough reasons to celebrate, but the score of the inaugural Big Ten championship game told him he couldn't.Although Cunningham and Michigan State played well enough to win Saturday night in Lucas Oil Stadium, Wisconsin's 42-39 victory kept the Spartans from defending their Big Ten title and from going to the Rose Bowl.
This time, Wisconsin got the stop it needed against Michigan State _ and a big break to wrap up its second straight Big Ten crown.
Despite the loss to Wisconsin in the Big Ten Conference Football Championship Game, Michigan State has another major goal to achieve under head coach Mark Dantonio.
The Big Ten championship is one to remember as Wisconsin and MSU go neck-to-neck to the end, with the Badgers prevailing. Adam Jacobi says too bad we can't see them play once more to break the 1-1 tie.
Despite their loss to Wisconsin in the Big Ten Football Championship Game, Mark Dantonio's team proved it belongs in talks when BCS bowl bids are handed out on Sunday. Why should the Spartans be given the chance to represent if the BCS looks to take two teams from the Big Ten?
The Longhorns used a 16-block effort to advance the NCAA Lexington Regional where they will meet Kentucky on Friday, Dec. 9.
MSU AD Mark Hollis: "I continue to scratch my head on who and why goes to certain BCS games."