Live Blog Part I: Track Week 2 noon games

We live blogged throughout today’s six noon ET games. Catch up on all the stats and best video highlights, photos and tweets from the games: Illinois 45, Cincinnati 17; Iowa 28, Missouri State 14; Wisconsin 48, Tenn. Tech 0; Michigan State 21, South Florida 6; Penn State 45, Eastern Michigan 7 & Purdue 20, Indiana State 14.

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Fourth Quarter: Michigan State 21, South Florida 6

Jeremy Langford ran for 15 yards and one touchdown for Michigan State and Michigan State closed the door on South Florida, 21-6.

The Spartans scored 14 unanswered points to close the game.Michigan State opened up the lead, 21-6, after marching down the field for a nine-play, 33-yard drive that ended when Langford pounded in a two-yard touchdown run.

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Final Score: MSU 21, South Florida 6.

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Fourth Quarter: Illinois 45, Cincinnati 17

After utilizing both the running and passing games effectively, Illinois finished off Cincinnati, 45-17.

Illinois threw for 90 yards and ran for 67 yards in the quarter.

The Fighting Illini ended the game on a 17-point run.Illinois expanded its lead to 31-17 thanks to a 14-play, 74-yard drive that ended when Taylor Zalewski made an 18-yard field goal.

The Fighting Illini made their lead 38-17 when Nathan Scheelhaase and Martize Barr hooked up for a 26-yard touchdown. The drive was set up at the Cincinnati 27-yard line when Miles Osei returned a punt.

The Fighting Illini added to their advantage when Donovonn Young ran eight yards for a touchdown, capping off a seven-play, 68-yard drive to give the Fighting Illini the lead, 45-17.

Scheelhaase clinched a 300-yard passing game with 90 in the quarter, part of his 310-yard day for Illinois.

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Third Quarter: Michigan State 14, South Florida 6

Jeremy Langford ran for 23 yards and caught two passes for 12 yards for Michigan State and Michigan State now leads 14-6.

The Spartans made the score 14-6 when Shilique Calhoun intercepted a Bobby Eveld pass and returned it for a touchdown.

The Bulls have possession at their own eight-yard line to start the fourth quarter.

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Denicos Allen's hit on Bobby Eveld led to an INT and MSU's second TD.

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Fourth Quarter: Iowa 28, Missouri State 14

Picking up 92 yards in the ground game during the fourth quarter, Iowa finished off Missouri State, 28-14.

Julian Burton caught three passes for 35 yards and one touchdown in the quarter to lead Missouri State.The Bears capped off a 75-yard drive when Kierra Harris and Burton combined for a 27-yard touchdown to make the score 21-7.

Missouri State made the score 21-14 when Rique Bentley intercepted Jake Rudock’s pass and returned it for a touchdown.The Hawkeyes added to their advantage when Rudock kept it himself for a two-yard touchdown run, the last of a nine-play, 65-yard drive to give the Hawkeyes the lead, 28-14.

Iowa’s Mark Weisman hit 150 yards rushing for the game in the quarter, part of his 180-yard rushing performance.

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Fourth Quarter: Wisconsin 48, Tennessee Tech 0

The Badgers rushed for 144 yards in the quarter, and Wisconsin kept the game out of reach for a 48-0 victory over Tennessee Tech.

Wisconsin’s defense shut down Tennessee Tech, allowing only 29 yards of offense in the quarter.

The Badgers added to their advantage when Corey Clement pounded in a one-yard touchdown run, the final play on a 10-play, 66-yard drive to give the Badgers the lead, 41-0.

Wisconsin opened up the lead, 48-0, after Clement ran 75 yards for a touchdown.

The Badgers’ James White rushed for 12 yards in the quarter to put him over 100 yards for the game. (109).

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Fourth Quarter: Penn State 45, Eastern Michigan 7

Effectively using both the ground and passing games, Penn State finished off Eastern Michigan, 45-7. Penn State threw for 84 yards and ran for 174 yards in the quarter.

The Nittany Lions ended the game on a 45-point run.Penn State added to its advantage when Christian Hackenberg found Allen Robinson open for a 45-yard touchdown pass, the last of a six-play, 84-yard drive to give Penn State the lead, 31-7.

The Nittany Lions expanded their lead to 38-7 thanks to a four-play, 83-yard drive that ended when Bill Belton ran for a 51-yard touchdown.

Penn State opened up the lead, 45-7, after Akeel Lynch ran for an 18-yard touchdown to end a seven-play, 77-yard drive.

The Nittany Lions’ Robinson reached the 100-yard receiving mark for the game thanks to one catches for 45 yards in the quarter, with 129 yards in all.

Penn State’s Belton rushed for 63 yards in the quarter to put him over 100 yards for the game. Belton finished with 107 yards on the ground.

The Nittany Lions’ Hackenberg passed for 72 yards in the quarter to put him over 300 yards for the game. Hackenberg finished with 306 yards through the air.

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Fourth Quarter: Purdue 20, Indiana State 14

Demory Lawshe caught four passes for 34 yards and one touchdown, but Indiana State’s comeback effort fell short as Ricardo Allen picked off a late pass to to seal Purdue’s 20-14 win.

Purdue opened up the lead, 20-7, after Paul Griggs kicked a 37-yard field goal to end a 12-play, 47-yard drive.

The Sycamores made the score 20-14 after Mike Perish threw a 17-yard touchdown pass to Lawshe to finish off a 61-yard drive.Indiana State’s

Perish hit 200 yards passing for the game in the quarter, part of his 256-yard passing performance.

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Ricardo Allen picks it off to end Indiana State threat. #Purdue will escape.

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Really cool photo from the Wisconsin-Tennessee Tech game

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Second Quarter: Michigan State 7, South Florida 6

In the second quarter, Marcus Shaw fought back for South Florida. He ran for 40 yards, and now South Florida trails 7-6.

Marvin Kloss split the uprights two times in the quarter for the Bulls.

Michigan State made the score 7-0 when Michigan State recovered a fumble in the end zone.

The Bulls made the score 7-3 after Kloss kicked a 48-yard field goal to finish off a 53-yard drive.

Pass plays were few for South Florida, as South Florida threw just one pass on the drive.The Bulls finished off a 61-yard drive when Kloss drilled a 19-yard field goal to make the score 7-6. South Florida had no play longer than five yards on the drive.

The Spartans will start the second half with the ball.

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Third Quarter: Illinois 28, Cincinnati 17

Illinois’ Steve Hull caught one pass for 22 yards and one touchdown in the quarter, and Illinois leads Cincinnati, 28,17, after three quarters.

Cincinnati made the score 21-10 after Tony Miliano drilled a 36-yard field goal to finish off a 26-yard drive. The drive was set up at the Illinois 45-yard line when the Bearcats returned a punt.

The Fighting Illini expanded their lead to 28-10 thanks to a 12-play, 99-yard drive that ended when Nathan Scheelhaase and Hull hooked up for a 22-yard touchdown.

Cincinnati finished off a 76-yard drive when Ralph Abernathy ran 13 yards for a touchdown to make the score 28-17.

Illinois’ Scheelhaase reached the 200-yard passing mark for the game thanks to 54 yards in the quarter, and currently sits with 220 yards in all.

The Bearcats’ Munchie Legaux passed for 152 yards in the quarter to put him over 200 yards for the game. Munchie Legaux has 236 yards through the air so far today.

The Fighting Illini will start the fourth quarter with possession on their own 47-yard line.

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This looks like it hurt.

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Third Quarter: Penn State 24, Eastern Michigan 7

Penn State held Eastern Michigan to six total yards during the third quarter, and it now leads 24-7.

The Nittany Lions, who are on a 24-point run, held Eastern Michigan to 12 rushing yards in the third.

Penn State made its lead 24-7 when Zach Zwinak ran seven yards for a touchdown on the last play of a four-play, 33-yard drive. The drive was set up at the Eagles’ 33-yard line when Von Walker returned a punt.

Penn State’s Christian Hackenberg topped 200 yards passing for the game in the quarter, and has plenty of time to add to his 234 total yards.

Eastern Michigan has the ball on its own 40-yard line to begin the fourth quarter.

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Third Quarter: Wisconsin 34, Tennessee Tech 0

No. 21 Wisconsin’s defense held tough in the third quarter, holding Tennessee Tech to 28 total yards of offense, and the Badgers lead 34-0.

Wisconsin opened up the lead, 34-0, after James White ran two yards for a touchdown to end a 12-play, 76-yard drive. Joel Stave’s 20-yard pass to Jared Abbrederis from the 36-yard line pushed the Badgers into enemy territory.

Stave clinched a 200-yard passing game with 49 in the quarter, part of his 209-yard day through three quarters for Wisconsin.

The Badgers will start the fourth quarter with possession at Tennessee Tech’s 42-yard line.

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Third Quarter: Iowa 21, Missouri State 0

Showing balance between run and pass (80 passing yards; 95 rushing yards) in the quarter, Iowa now leads 21-0.

Mark Weisman ran for 68 yards and two touchdowns in the quarter.

The Hawkeyes opened up the lead, 14-0, after Weisman pounded in a 10-yard touchdown run to end a six-play, 32-yard drive. Iowa went to the air just one time on the possession. The drive was set up at the Missouri State 32-yard line when Kevonte Martin-Manley returned a punt.

Iowa made its lead 21-0 when Weisman ran for a three-yard touchdown on the last play of an eight-play, 80-yard drive. The Hawkeyes exploited a tired defensive line, running on six of eight plays. The drive also featured Jake Rudock’s 47-yard pass.

The Bears have possession at Iowa’s 31-yard line to start the fourth quarter.

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Quick score updates:

MSU 7, S. Florida 0

Penn State 24, Eastern Michigan 7

Wisconsin 28, Tennessee Tech 0

Iowa 21, Missouri State 0

Illinois 21, Cincinnati 10

Purdue 17, Indiana State 7

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Third Quarter: Purdue 17, Indiana State 7

Purdue racked up 81 rushing yards in the third, and the margin is still 10, as Purdue leads 17-7.

George Cheeseborough caught two passes for 31 yards and one touchdown in the quarter to lead Indiana State.

Purdue added to its advantage when B.J. Knauf ran for a 16-yard touchdown, the final play on an eight-play, 60-yard drive, to give Purdue the lead, 17-0.

The Sycamores capped off a 79-yard drive when Mike Perish and Cheeseborough combined for a 36-yard touchdown to make the score 17-7. Seven of Indiana State’s eight plays during the series were passing plays.

The Boilermakers will start the fourth quarter with possession on the Sycamores’ 31-yard line.

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#btnjourney at Champaign today. @illiniathletics @illinifootball

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Touchdown Iowa! Mark Weisman again. 21-0 Iowa on top!

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Mark Weisman strikes again! Touchdown Iowa. 14-0 Hawkeyes on top

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First Quarter: Michigan State 0, South Florida 0

Michigan State held South Florida to just 15 yards rushing on eight carries and 31 yards in total offense in the first quarter and the game is tied at 0-0.

In the quarter, Nick Hill had 38 yards on three carries for Michigan State and Bobby Eveld was 1-7 for 16 yards passing for South Florida.

The Spartans will start the second quarter with possession on their own 47-yard line.

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Second Quarter: Illinois 21, Cincinnati 7

After utilizing both the running and passing games effectively, Illinois now leads 21-7.

Illinois finished with 65 yards through the air and 63 on the ground in the quarter.

Illinois’ Evan Wilson caught two passes for 43 yards and one touchdown in the quarter.

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Second Quarter: Penn State 17, Eastern Michigan 7

After falling behind 7-0, Penn State leads 17-7 at the half, thanks in part to 141 passing yards in the quarter. Bill Belton ran for 40 yards and one touchdown and caught one pass for 21 yards in the quarter.

The Nittany Lions broke the 7-7 stalemate when Belton ran for a five-yard touchdown to clinch a six-play, 68-yard scoring drive.

Penn State expanded its lead to 17-7 thanks to an eight-play, 67-yard drive that ended when Sam Ficken made a 38-yard field goal. The Nittany Lions relied on a run play just one time on the drive.

Penn State will have possession to start the second half.

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Second Quarter: Wisconsin 28, Tennessee Tech 0

Effectively using both the ground and passing games, Wisconsin now leads 28-0. Wisconsin finished with 112 yards through the air and 78 on the ground in the quarter.

The Badgers held Tennessee Tech to 20 total yards in the quarter.

Wisconsin opened up the lead, 21-0, after Melvin Gordon ran 39 yards for a touchdown to end a three-play, 52-yard drive.

The Badgers made their lead 28-0 when Joel Stave and Brian Wozniak hooked up for a six-yard touchdown on the last play of an 11-play, 94-yard drive. Ten of Wisconsin’s 11 plays on the drive were passing plays.

The Badgers’ Gordon topped 100 yards rushing for the game in the quarter, with time to add to his 142 total yards on the ground. He’s now eclipsed the 100-yard mark for the first time in back-to-back games.

Wisconsin will start the second half with the ball.

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Penn State leads 17-7

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Second Quarter: Purdue 10, Indiana State 0

Purdue held Indiana State to just six yards rushing on eight carries and 23 yards in total offense in the second quarter and lead 10-0.

Purdue opened up the lead, 10-0, after marching down the field for an 11-play, 43-yard drive that ended when Paul Griggs drilled an 18-yard field goal. The Boilermakers’ drive stalled at Indiana State’s one-yard line and the Boilermakers settled for a field goal.

Purdue’s Rob Henry is 9-15 for 102 yards passing.

Indiana State will receive to start the second half.

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Second Quarter: Iowa 7, Missouri State 0

Missouri State continues to hang on, but still trails Iowa 7-0 at the end of the second quarter.

For the game, Iowa’s Jake Rudock is 12-18 for 95 yards passing, and he accounted for the game’s lone score on a 6-yard touchdown run.

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Melvin Gordon just absolutely tearing up defenses. Take away Rose Bowl, and he’s averaging 16.5 yards in last 2.5 games (Nebraska; UMass, Tenn. Tech).

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Not a bad foot.

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Michigan State and USF just kicked off

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Wow. Touchdown Illinois. 21-0. Rolling at home against Cincinnati. Very impressive.

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See those two casts on Landon Feichter’s hands? Yep, he’s playing with two broken hands. Now, he hurt leg. #tough

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First Quarter: Penn State 7, Eastern Michigan 7

Penn State’s Zach Zwinak ran for 12 yards and one touchdown in the quarter, and the two teams are tied 7-7 at the end of the first.

Eastern Michigan made the score 7-0 when Eastern Michigan recovered a fumble in the endzone.

The Nittany Lions tied the game at seven after Zwinak pounded in a two-yard touchdown run to end a six-play, 65-yard drive. The drive also featured Christian Hackenberg’s 43-yard pass.

Penn State has possession on its own 36-yard line to start the second quarter.

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First Quarter: Wisconsin 14, Tennessee Tech 0

No. 21 Wisconsin racked up 90 rushing yards in the first, and it leads 14-0 at the end of the first quarter.

Wisconsin’s defense shut down Tennessee Tech, allowing only 35 yards of offense in the quarter.

The Badgers got on the scoreboard first with a six-play, 22-yard drive that ended in a score when Joel Stave tossed a three-yard touchdown to Derek Straus. The drive was set up at the Tennessee Tech 22-yard line when Wisconsin recovered a fumble.

The Badgers expanded their lead to 14-0 thanks to a three-play, 76-yard drive that ended when Stave threw a six-yard touchdown pass to Jared Abbrederis. The drive also featured Melvin Gordon’s 65-yard run.

Wisconsin has possession at Tennessee Tech’s 35-yard line to start the second quarter.

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First Quarter: Illinois 7, Cincinnati 0

Illinois leads 7-0 at the end of the first quarter thanks in part to 101 passing yards in the quarter.

Illinois’ Josh Ferguson caught two passes for 55 yards and one touchdown in the quarter.

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First Quarter: Purdue 7, Indiana State 0

Purdue gave up just four yards on the ground in the first quarter and Purdue leads 7-0 at the end of the first quarter.

Purdue’s Akeem Hunt ran for 26 yards in the quarter.

Purdue made the score 7-0 when Hunt returned the opening kickoff for a touchdown.

The Sycamores will start the second quarter with the ball on their own 26-yard line.

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First Quarter: Iowa 7, Missouri State 0

The Hawkeyes rushed for 76 yards in the quarter, and Iowa leads 7-0 at the end of the first quarter.

Iowa’s defense shut down Missouri State, allowing only 19 yards of offense in the quarter.

The Hawkeyes struck first when Jake Rudock scrambled for a six-yard touchdown run, the final play of an 11-play, 69-yard drive. Iowa drove across midfield after Mark Weisman’s 21-yard run from the 33-yard line.

The Hawkeyes will start the second quarter with the ball at the Bears’ 40-yard line.

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Touchdown Penn State! 7-7.

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The play that led to Wisconsin’s score.

Credit: USA TODAY Sports

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BTW. Illinois play stands. Touchdown Fighting Illini.

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Touchdown Illinois! 48-yeard TD pass. Play under review. Waiting for the ruling on the field

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– Tom Izzo addressing the MSU student section during the rain delay

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Two games, two weather delays.

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No pressure, kid!

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Makes sense, with Wisconsin going red alternate.

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Here was Mark Dantonio on his starting QB earlier this week. Good, good stuff.

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