Michigan State quarterback Kirk Cousins is a very accomplished player. He re-wrote much of the Spartans record book for passing, and winning. So he has a lot of room to talk.
Tonight’s inaugural Big Ten Championship game in Indianapolis was an instant classic. It featured a lot of scoring and lead changes, and came down to the wire. Unfortunately for MSU it was decided on two questionable calls that went against them, and they lost their lead in the final minutes.
We know college football is a very emotional game, and this was an extraordinarily emotional loss for State. And Cousins had some interesting things to say.
Cousins was cool about the referees; his first bone to pick was with the league/system. Here’s what he said after the game:
Reporter: “Is there a part of you that wishes this game didn’t have to have been played?”
Cousins: “I know people like to make money, and it’s about money and this game brought in whatever number of millions of dollars for the Big Ten confer...