Found October 25, 2012 on isportsweb.com:
PLAYERS: Le'Veon Bell
TEAMS:
With four seconds left and the game knotted up at 31 a piece, it was surely to be the last play of regulation. Every play that had previously happened in the game had all come down to this. The play began with Michigan State quarterback Kirk Cousins lined up in the shotgun, taking the snap from the Wisconsin 44 yard line. Following the snap, Cousins rolled out to his right, buying some time, as his receivers began their mad dash for the end zone where the Wisconsin defenders were waiting for them. Cousins, now standing on his own 45 yard line, was running out of time. With a Wisconsin defender closing in on him, Cousins let it fly. Over 75,000 in attendance at Spartan Stadium that night held their breath as the ball soared through the October night sky, hopes soaring along with it. At the end of it’s 55 yard flight, the ball grazed the fingertips of a Wisconsin defender, bounced off the facemask of receiver BJ Cunningham and landed right into the hands of Michigan State receiver Kei...
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