Posted October 31, 2012 on michiganstate.scout.com
After knocking off Michigan last Saturday, Nebraska head coach Bo Pelini takes his team to Michigan State looking for another win towards earning a spot in the Big Ten Championship game. Listen to Pelini's comments from this weeks Big Ten Teleconference here.
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