Michigan State Wins Rose Bowl Championship

The team defeats the Stanford Cardinals 2-20 in the 100th Rose Bowl game.

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 Defensive MVP, linebacker Kyler Elsworth and #18 offensive MVP quarterback Conner Cook take in the highlights of being Rose Bowl Champions and pose for  the photographer after the game. (EGP photo by Fred Zermeno)

Defensive MVP, linebacker Kyler Elsworth and #18 offensive MVP quarterback Conner Cook take in the highlights of being Rose Bowl Champions and pose for the photographer after the game. (EGP photo by Fred Zermeno)

 President of the Tournament of Roses Kevin with Michigan State coach, Mark Dantonio and offensive MVP, Quarterback Conner Cook celebrate as the 100th Rose Bowl Champions on January 1, 2014. (EGP photo by Fred Zermeno)

President of the Tournament of Roses Kevin with Michigan State coach, Mark Dantonio and offensive MVP, Quarterback Conner Cook celebrate as the 100th Rose Bowl Champions on January 1, 2014. (EGP photo by Fred Zermeno)

 Michigan State Coach Mark Dantonio lifts the Rose Bowl Championship Trophy > high as his team beat the Stanford Cardinals 2-20 in the 100th Rose Bowl game. (EGP photo by Fred Zermeno)

Michigan State Coach Mark Dantonio lifts the Rose Bowl Championship Trophy high as his team beat the Stanford Cardinals 2-20 in the 100th Rose Bowl game. (EGP photo by Fred Zermeno)

Quarterback Conner Cook who was named the Most Valuable Player passed for > 332 yards and 2 touchdowns to lead the Michigan State Spartans to the 100th Rose Bowl Championship in Pasadena. (EGP photo by Fred Zermeno)

Quarterback Conner Cook who was named the Most Valuable Player passed for
> 332 yards and 2 touchdowns to lead the Michigan State Spartans to the 100th Rose Bowl Championship in Pasadena. (EGP photo by Fred Zermeno)

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