Michigan State Football: Why Andrew Maxwell Will Take Big Ten by Storm

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Michigan State Football: Why Andrew Maxwell Will Take Big Ten by Storm
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Though Michigan State fans didn't get to see junior quarterback Andrew Maxwell during spring, they, along with everyone else, will get to see Maxwell continue the Spartans' success and make some noise in the Big Ten.

After winning the Legends Division in 2011 and falling short of the Rose Bowl after losing to Wisconsin in the Big Ten Championship, expectations remain high for 2012.

Quarterback Kirk Cousins is gone after turning pro and getting drafted by the Redskins, so the keys have been handed to Maxwell, who's developed nicely and finally gets his opportunity.

Here's a look at why Maxwell could be among the biggest surprises in the Big Ten.

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