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Michigan State's Cousins: Jesus isn't changing
Monday, Sep 21, 2009
By Staff

SOUTH BEND, Ind. (BP)--Michigan State quarterback Kirk Cousins threw a costly interception on the Spartans' final offensive play of the game that sealed a 33-30 win for Notre Dame Sept. 19.

After the game, while answering questions from the media, Cousins testified to his faith in Jesus Christ.

"There's nothing I can do about it except learn from it and keep my head up," Cousins said. "I've got faith. Football's not my foundation, it's not my identity. My faith is in Jesus Christ, and he's not changing any time soon."

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