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(Big Tentacles is the SWRT look at the Big Ten and the schools it not-so-secretly covets.)  Michigan is not going to collapse in the second half of the season again. Because Wolverine quarterback Denard Robinson said so. (ESPN) I'm Moving On.  Michigan State defensive lineman  William Gholston is ready to move on from the on-the-field swing he took at an opposing Michigan player that got his suspended from the Spartans' victory against Wisconsin. (CBS Sports) Kirk Cousins is the football Mateen Cleaves. Drew Sharp compares the Michgan State quarterback with the  former Michigan St. basketball guard as a player who led his team to national prominence. (The Detroit Free Press) No Turning Back. After two weeks of huge wins over Michigan and Wisconsin, Michigan St. is planning for a letdown against Nebraska. (The Detroit News) Everyone knows it's Windy? Nebraska QB Taylor Martinez claims that Denard Robinson was more hampered by winds in Michigan&...

Kirk Cousins Adds to Prestine Résumé With Athlete Scholarship

Michigan State quarterback Kirk Cousins has been named one of the 16 best and brightest collegiate college football players by being named to this year’s National Football Foundation’s National Scholar-Athlete Class. Players selected win $18,000 postgraduate scholarships. Cousins continues to add to a résumé that will ultimately end up as one of the best the Spartans have ever...

Nebraska's Taylor Martinez can brush it off, but Michigan State knows importance of game

Martinez's comments explain a lot, not in why Nebraska football has suffered fits and starts in the last decade, but why it hasn't completely emerged yet.

Defending Against Kirk Cousins

Pressuring Spartan Quarterback a Key for NU So far this week, most of the reports and chatter about the Huskers' upcoming game with Michigan State has focused on how the NU offense matches up with the Spartan defense. That makes sense - strength against strength. But the outcome of the game may hinge more on the Husker defense, in particular their...

BCS mess: One bad bounce will kill you

The football heaved from the right arm of Michigan State quarterback Kirk Cousins cuts through the crisp East Lansing air, Wisconsin's national championship hopes hanging ever so perilously in the balance. If Cousins' last-second throw is 2 inches lower on its trajectory, Wisconsin wide receiver and defensive back for a play Jared Abbrederis, waiting with his sure hands...

Conditioning Could Be Pivotal to Husker-Spartan Showdown

Some members of the media don't always cater to Taylor Martinez's short answers at weekly press conferences, but Nebraska's sophomore quarterback is honest, quick to the point and doesn't mince words.

Conditioning: Huskers’ X-Factor in Big Ten Showdown

Talk all you want about the X's and the O's and the uber-explosive Nebraska offense against the ultra-physical Michigan State defense. Talk about the battle royal between Taylor Martinez and Kirk Cousins

Michigan State Spartans Links: Another Saturday, another mobile quarterback

The Michigan State defense is preparing for its fourth consecutive mobile quarterback this week. Playing the role of dual-threat on Saturday is Nebraska's sophomore Taylor Martinez, a playmaker who's more apt at running than throwing.

Focus and Pressure

The Michigan State Spartans defeated a Wisconsin team last weekend that most fans and media had practically crowned Big Ten champs.  The Spartans were able to win the game for a few key reasons.  They overcame a rough start with the focus to avoid mistakes and the pressure applied to force opponent mistakes.  For the Huskers, maintaining their own focus and disrupting the opponent...

Bye week gives Robinson time to work on accuracy

Regardless what Nebraska quarterback Taylor Martinez thinks -- he said the wind stopped U-M quarterback Denard Robinson, not Michigan State's defense -- Robinson realized the passing game needed work after the loss to the Spartans.

<span style="font-family: "Helvetica Neue", Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;">Encore, encore!<span style="font-family: "Helvetica Neue", Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;">Is it just me or does everything seem a bit anti-climactic now?  I mean, don't get me wrong, we have a couple of great races going on in the first year of division...
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