Sunday, December 8, 2013

Sparty Upsets The BCS Plan In Defeating Ohio State 34-24, Wins Big 10 Title

All you Ohio State haters got the result you wanted Saturday in the Big 10 Championship Game.

Michigan State pulled it off with a 34-24 win over the Buckeyes and thus ending the nations longest winning streak at 24 games.

Are they rolling the trees at Toomers Corner in Auburn celebrating Michigan State's win over Ohio State?  That win may have put Auburn in the BCS Championship Game.

It took a nine yard touchdown pass from Conner Cook to Josiah Price to put Michigan State up for good.

Thanks Big Ten Network/Fox Sports

Late in the game the Spartans Jeremy Langford's 26 yard touchdown run was the icing on the cake.

Thanks Big Ten Network/Fox Sports

 "Our players, I'm so happy for them."  Michigan State head coach Mark Dantonio said.  "They made a lifetime moment tonight for all of us - all of us had that moment, our fans, our players. It will be a moment that we'll never forget."

Michigan State is headed to Pasadena, California to play in the Rose Bowl.

A win over Michigan State and Ohio State would be playing Florida State in Pasadena in the BCS Championship Game.  Now the Buckeyes are in limbo.

"You know it's going to haunt all of us, I imagine, for a little while," Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer said. "But that's part of the game."

I’m just at a loss for words." Ohio State linebacker Ryan Shazier said. "I haven’t lost in a while and it kind of hurts. We worked so hard and it just slipped out of our hands. We’ve just got to keep working and try to get ready for the next game.”

Michigan State is now 12-1, it's first 12 win season in school history.  

Ohio State falls to 12-1 and might have nothing to show for it.

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