Boilermaker defense fueled Purdue's rout of No. 2 Ohio State

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Urban Meyer took his medicine and met with the media afterwards to try and make sense of what happened tonight. "It wasn't like we won by one point", Brohm said.

Now Ohio State must fight its way back into the CFP mix. It was Blough's third straight 300-yard game and his fourth this season.

Compounding the problems on this forgetful night, Ohio State had no answer for Moore, who caught 12 passes for 170 yards and two touchdowns, the last on a stunning 43-yard catch and run that left Buckeye defenders in the dust, flailing under a hail of missed tackles.

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Nebraska 53, Minnesota 28: Nebraska built a four-touchdown lead in the first half and survived some nervous moments in the second before pulling away in Lincoln, Neb., giving Scott Frost his long-awaited first win as Cornhuskers coach and ending a program-record 10-game losing streak. He converted a fourth-and-2 from the Michigan State 41 early in the fourth, setting up Ben Mason's 5-yard run that gave the Wolverines a 21-7 lead. "We did a good job of making the quarterback feel uncomfortable with a lot of different looks".

Haskins wound up 49 of 73, shattering the single-game school records in both categories, and had 470 yards and two touchdowns and one interception. Until today, the Big Ten's best chance to get two teams in would have been MI winning out and winning the Big Ten. But Knox scored on runs of 42 and 40 yards, Blough found Moore on a 43-yard TD pass and Bailey sealed it with the interception return. "We could have gotten three points, but we wanted more and we knew we had to get more".

"You still have to walk in those white lines and stop me", the senior said.

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The final Purdue score came, fittingly, from the defense, and, more fittingly, from linebacker Markus Bailey.

"Mad respect to Ohio State... they got beat big on the road and still cleaned up all the trash in the locker room and put their stools back in their lockers!"

Ivory Kelly-Martin ran for 98 yards for Iowa, which had its first shutout since a 28-0 victory at IL two years ago.

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The 60,000-plus fans to see the game were the most at Ross-Ade since 2013, when in excess of 61,000 packed the stadium for a matchup against Notre Dame.

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