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We're down to a little more than 48 hours until Michigan State and Nebraska square off in what will almost assuredly be looked at as one of the biggest games of the Big Ten season when it's all said and done. But what has me most excited for Saturday is that the Huskers and Spartans represent the only hopes for the Big Ten to sneak its way into the inaugural playoff. Win or lose Saturday, both teams will have every chance yet to win the conference title. But if either team has bigger goals (Spoiler: They do), Saturday is already a do-or-die situation.

Going inside the 'No Fly Zone' | ESPN |

Hasn't been nearly as dominant as last year, but hopefully the group can cut down on big plays.

MSU WR Tony Lippett takes long road to stardom | Detroit Free Press |

Playing big seems to have helped Lippett more than anything.

Comparing Michigan State and Nebraska football with Omaha writer Lee Barfknecht | MLive |

Feel like Cook could have a huge day.

Previewing Michigan State vs. Nebraska: What a difference a Year Makes (Part II) | Off Tackle Empire |

Part I can be found here.

Tom Izzo talks arena, Detroit, cites his 2 team leaders | Detroit Free Press |

Wait, basketball practice starts tomorrow?!