Sunday, October 23, 2011

Big Tentacles, Special Michigan State victory over Wisconsin edition.

(Big Tentacles is the SWRT look at the Big Ten and the schools it not-so-secretly covets. This special edition highlights Saturday nights' dramatic Michigan State win over Wisconsin)    

One for the Ages. 
Michigan State defeated the Badgers in dramatic last-second fashion in an absolute game for the ages. If this game wasn't an Instant Classic for ESPN Classic, then nothing is.  (Rivals.com)

And All My Dreams, Torn Asunder. 
Wisconsin's hopes for a BCS championship appearance (along with those of the Big Ten, in all probability) pretty much came crashing down in East Lansing.(The Wisconsin State Journal)

Master and Commander. 
Credit Michigan St. QB Kirk Cousins directions to running back Le’Veon Bell on a pivotal third down were key to setting up the Spartans' last second touchdown against Wisconsin. (The Detroit Free Press)

Michigan St. victory proves instant replay works in sports.
Because Andrew Wagner said so. (OnMilwaukee.com)

Hero of the Day. 
Former Oklahoma QB Keith Nichol transferred to Michigan St. hoping to lead the Spartans to victory under center. Instead, he became a wide receiver and scored the dramatic last-second winning touchdown against Wisconsin, guaranteeing him football immortality in East Lansing. (The Lansing State Journal)

Let's Twist Again.
Michigan State's victory over Wisconsin could in all probability prove to be merely a preview of the first Big Ten Championship game in Indianapolis on Dec. 3. (The Detroit News)

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