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Brown not accepting moral victories

The Illinois football team will try to snap it's 16-game Big Ten losing streak Saturday afternoon when they host Michigan State (2:30 p.m., ABC). Illinois' (3-3, 0-2) two conference losses this year have come at the hands of two of the best teams in the conference, Nebraska and Wisconsin. Senior linebacker Jonathan Brown says that doesn't make him feel any better.
CHAMPAIGN -- The Illinois football team will try to snap it's 16-game Big Ten losing streak Saturday afternoon when they host Michigan State (2:30 p.m., ABC).  Illinois' (3-3, 0-2) two conference losses this year have come at the hands of two of the best teams in the conference, Nebraska and Wisconsin.  Senior linebacker Jonathan Brown says that doesn't make him feel any better.

"I don't care who we play.  I just want to go out there and get a win," said Brown.  "We could be playing the Alabama Crimson Tide.  I expect us to go out there, give it our best effort, and get a win.  We're in the Big Ten.  Every week is going to be somebody who was once a champion that wins games, so I don't think we can use that as a crutch."
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