Live Blog Part I: Track Week 3 early games

We live blogged right here throughout the Big Ten’s five Week 3 early games: Michigan State 55, Youngstown State 17; Michigan 28, Akron 24; UCLA 41, Nebraska 21; Indiana 42, Bowling Green 10; Minnesota 29, Western Illinois 12. Get live stats and all the best video highlights, photos and tweets in this post.

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Fourth Quarter: Michigan State 55, Youngstown State 17

Michigan State opened up the lead, 52-17, after marching down the field for a 16-play, 77-yard drive that was capped by Kevin Muma’s 20-yard field goal.
The Spartans extended their lead to 55-17 thanks to a three-play, seven-yard drive that ended when Muma kicked a 22-yard field goal. The drive was set up at Youngstown State’s 12-yard line when No. 25 Youngstown State recovered a fumble.

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Third Quarter: Michigan State 49, Youngstown State 17

The Spartans rushed for 128 yards on the ground game during the third quarter and lead Youngstown State, 49-17.
Michigan State added to its advantage when Nick Hill ran for a 35-yard touchdown, capping off a six-play, 75-yard drive to give the Spartans a 42-10 lead. MSU kept the ball on the ground during the drive, throwing only one pass.
Michigan State opened up the lead, 49-10, after Jeremy Langford pounded in a two-yard touchdown run to end an 11-play, 59-yard drive. The Spartans threw just two times on the drive.
Youngstown State finished off a 46-yard drive when Kurt Hess tossed a 34-yard touchdown to Martin Ruiz to make the score 49-17. The drive was set up at the Michigan State 46-yard line when Andre Stubbs’ kickoff return brought the ball out.
Michigan State has the ball at its own 37-yard line to begin the fourth quarter.

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Second Quarter: Michigan State 35, Youngstown State 10

Connor Cook passed for 107 yards in the second quarter and Michigan State now leads Youngstown State, 35-10.

Youngstown State made the score 21-10 after Martin Ruiz ran for a five-yard touchdown to finish off a 33-yard drive. The drive was set up at the Spartans’ 33-yard line when the Penguins recovered a fumble.
Michigan State took a 28-10 lead when Cook threw a 24-yard touchdown pass to Macgarrett Kings. The drive was set up at the Youngstown State 24-yard line when the Spartans recovered a fumble.
Michigan State added to its advantage when Cook and Bennie Fowler combined for a 17-yard touchdown, capping off a five-play, 70-yard drive to give Michigan State a 35-10 lead.

Michigan State will start the second half with the ball.

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Fourth Quarter: Indiana 42, Bowling Green 10

Indiana completed its blowout of Bowling Green with a strong fourth quarter and took home a 42-10 victory. Indiana’s Stephen Houston ran for 57 yards and caught one pass for 31 yards in the quarter as the Hoosiers ended the game on a 35-point run.

Indiana opened up the lead, 35-10, after marching down the field for a nine-play, 80-yard drive that ended when Nate Sudfeld turned a quarterback sneak into a one-yard touchdown run.
The Hoosiers extended their lead to 42-10 thanks to a four-play, 32-yard drive that was capped off with a three-yard touchdown run by Tre Roberson. The drive was set up at the Bowling Green 32-yard line when the Hoosiers recovered a fumble.

The Falcons’ Shaun Joplin finished his day with 104 yards on seven catches.

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Fourth Quarter: UCLA 41, Nebraska 21

No. 17 UCLA trailed by 18 points earlier in the game, but came all the way back to take the lead over No. 15 Nebraska, and held on for a 41-21 win.

UCLA stuffed the run, giving up just 14 yards on the ground in the quarter and closing the game on a 38-point run.

UCLA expanded its lead to 41-21 thanks to a 10-play, 64-yard drive that ended when Ka’imi Fairbairn kicked a 23-yard field goal.

The Cornhuskers’ finished with 200 yards passing in the loss.

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Fourth Quarter: Michigan 28, Akron 24

No. 12 Michigan took the lead in the fourth quarter and survived the late stages of the game to take home a 28-24 win over Akron.

With 2:49 to go, Fitzgerald Toussaint ran two yards for a touchdown to give Michigan the lead, 28-24.
Kyle Pohl caught four passes for 119 yards in the quarter to lead Akron. The Zips made the score 21-17 when Justin March intercepted Devin Gardner’s pass and returned it for a touchdown. Pohl’s one-yard touchdown pass to Tyrell Goodman gave Akron the lead, 24-21, and capped an 11-play, 67-yard drive. The drive also featured Pohl’s 40-yard pass.

Gardner finished his day with 112 yards on the ground. Pohl passed for 311 yards for the Zips.

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Quick update: Michigan 28, Akron 24. Akron has ball at midfield. 1:39 remaining in the game.

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First Quarter: Michigan State 21, Youngstown State 3

Showing balance between run and pass, Michigan State leads 21-3 at the end of the first quarter.
Michigan State finished with 86 yards through the air and 87 on the ground in the quarter. The Spartans are currently on a 14-point run.

Michigan State got on the scoreboard first with a five-play, 24-yard drive that ended in a score when Jeremy Langford ran three yards for a touchdown.

Youngstown State capped a 58-yard drive when Joey Cejudo drilled a 34-yard field goal to make the score 7-3. The drive also featured Kurt Hess’ 35-yard pass.

The Spartans opened up the lead, 14-3, after marching down the field for a six-play, 76-yard drive that ended when Connor Cook tossed a 13-yard touchdown to Andre Sims. Cook’s 20-yard run took Michigan State from the 44 and across midfield to ignite the drive.

The Spartans added to their advantage when Cook and Trevon Pendleton combined for a 12-yard touchdown, capping off an 11-play, 73-yard drive to give the Spartans the lead, 21-3.

The Penguins will start the second quarter with the ball at their own 32-yard line.

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Fourth Quarter: Minnesota 29, Western Illinois 12

The Golden Gophers rushed for 90 yards in the quarter, and Minnesota closed the door on Western Illinois, 29-12.

Minnesota held Western Illinois to five rushing yards in the fourth, putting out Western Illinois’ offense.

The Golden Gophers ended the game on a 22-point run.

Minnesota opened up the lead, 22-12, after marching down the field for a seven-play, 53-yard drive that ended when David Cobb pounded in a three-yard touchdown run.

The Golden Gophers added to their advantage when Rodrick Williams ran for a 37-yard touchdown to give the Golden Gophers the lead, 29-12. The drive was set up at the Western Illinois 37-yard line when KJ Maye returned a punt.

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Third Quarter: Indiana 28, Bowling Green 10

Effectively using both the ground and passing games, Indiana now leads 28-10. Indiana threw for 86 yards and ran for 69 yards in the quarter.

Indiana’s Cody Latimer caught three passes for 67 yards and one touchdown in the quarter.

Indiana, which is on a 21-point run, added to its advantage when Nate Sudfeld and Latimer hooked up for a 33-yard touchdown, capping off a four-play, 80-yard drive to give Indiana the lead, 28-10.
Tevin Coleman’s 40-yard run from the 25-yard line pushed the Hoosiers into enemy territory.Indiana’s Coleman rushed for 67 yards in the quarter to put him over 100 yards for the game. He has 124 total yards on the ground so far today.

The Hoosiers’ Sudfeld hit 300 yards passing for the game in the quarter, part of his 305-yard passing performance thus far.

Latimer has caught six passes for 136 yards on the day so far for Indiana.

Bowling Green’s Matt Johnson passed for 51 yards in the quarter to put him over 200 yards for the game.
The Hoosiers will start the fourth quarter with good field position at the Falcons’ five-yard line.

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Third Quarter: UCLA 38, Nebraska 21

At one point, No. 15 Nebraska held an 18-point advantage, but No. 17 UCLA has come back to take the lead, 38-21, at the end of the third quarter.

UCLA racked up 141 passing yards and 95 rushing yards in the third quarter.

UCLA, which is on a 35-point run, capped off an 89-yard drive when Jordon James pounded in a three-yard touchdown run to make the score 21-17. Pass plays were few for the Bruins, as the Bruins threw just two passes on the possession.Brett Hundley’s 28-yard touchdown pass to Shaquelle Evans finished off a four-play, 57-yard drive and gave UCLA the lead, 24-21.

The Bruins opened up the lead, 31-21, after marching down the field for a four-play, 53-yard drive that ended when Hundley threw a 12-yard touchdown pass to Phillip Ruhl.

UCLA expanded its lead to 38-21 thanks to a three-play, 44-yard drive that ended when Hundley and Nate Iese combined for a three-yard touchdown. The drive was set up at Nebraska’s 44-yard line when Nebraska failed to convert on 4th-and-3.

Hundley clinched a 200-yard passing game with 141 in the quarter, part of his 296-yard day through three quarters for UCLA.

The Cornhuskers will start the fourth quarter with the ball at their own 36-yard line.

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Third Quarter: Michigan 21, Akron 10

No. 12 Michigan had four huge plays in the third quarter, including Fitzgerald Toussaint’s 25-yard run, which helped give the Wolverines a 21-10 lead over Akron.

The Wolverines ran for 99 yards during the quarter and are currently on a 14-point run.

Kyle Pohl’s 28-yard touchdown pass to Zach D’Orazio put Akron on top 10-7, capping a seven-play, 75-yard drive. The Zips threw just two times on the drive.

Devin Gardner’s 36-yard touchdown run gave Michigan the lead, 14-10, and was the final play of a three-play, 57-yard drive. The Wolverines drove across midfield after Toussaint’s 25-yard run from the 35-yard line.

Michigan added to its advantage when Gardner and Jehu Chesson combined for a 33-yard touchdown, capping an eight-play, 86-yard drive to give Michigan the lead, 21-10.

Michigan will start the fourth quarter with possession on its own 30-yard line.

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Third Quarter: Minnesota 15, Western Illinois 12

Minnesota leads 15-12 at the end of the third quarter, but Western Illinois continues to fight back.

Minnesota held Western Illinois to just 12 rushing yards in the quarter.
Trenton Norvell’s 11-yard touchdown pass to Lance Lenoir finished off a three-play, 80-yard drive and gave the Leathernecks the lead, 12-7. The drive also featured Norvell’s 65-yard pass.

David Cobb’s two-yard touchdown run put the Golden Gophers on top 15-12, capping a seven-play, 25-yard drive. The drive was set up at Western Illinois’ 25-yard line when Minnesota returned a punt.
The Golden Gophers added a two-point conversion when Logan Hutton reached the end zone.

The Leathernecks have possession at their own 18-yard line to start the fourth quarter.

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Here’s the video we showed of Jerry Kill being taken off the field during our halftime show.

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Second Quarter: Indiana 21, Bowling Green 10

Indiana racked up 126 rushing yards in the second, and it now leads 21-10.

Indiana’s Tevin Coleman ran for 45 yards and one touchdown in the quarter for the Hoosiers, who are on a 14-point run.

Tyler Tate kicked a 44-yard field goal to break the 7-7 standoff in favor of Bowling Green. The play finished off a 12-play, 72-yard scoring drive.

Coleman’s 42-yard touchdown run gave the Hoosiers the lead 14-10 after a seven-play, 73-yard drive.

Indiana opened up the lead, 21-10, after marching down the field for a six-play, 80-yard drive that ended when Nate Sudfeld tossed a nine-yard touchdown to Kofi Hughes. The drive also featured Stephen Houston’s 50-yard run.

The Hoosiers’ Sudfeld hit 200 yards passing for the game in the quarter, part of his 219-yard passing performance thus far.

The Falcons will receive to start the second half.

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It’s time for Michigan State to kick it off.

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Second Quarter: Nebraska 21, UCLA 10

Kenny Bell caught three passes for 38 yards and a touchdown in the second quarter as No. 15 Nebraska leads UCLA 21-10 at halftime.
Taylor Martinez is 11-of-16 for 116 yards passing with three touchdowns for the Cornhuskers.

Nebraska added to its advantage when Martinez found Bell open for a 22-yard touchdown pass to give Nebraska the lead, 21-3. The drive was set up at the UCLA 26-yard line when UCLA failed to convert on 4th-and-2.

The Bruins made the score 21-10 after Paul Perkins ran 10 yards for a touchdown to finish off a 59-yard drive.
Nebraska will get the ball to start the second half.

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Hoosiers products and NBA rookies Cody Zeller and Victor Oladipo taking in today’s game.

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Second Quarter: Michigan 7, Akron 3

No. 12 Michigan leads Akron 7-3 at the end of the second quarter.
Michigan quarterback Devin Gardner is 11-of-19 for 167 yards passing with one touchdown.

The Wolverines will start the second half with the ball.

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Update from Minneapolis: Minnesota coach Jerry Kill on the sideline getting medical attention.

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Second Quarter: Minnesota 7, Western Illinois 6

Western Illinois refuses to make things easy for Minnesota, as the Gophers lead 7-6 at the end of the second quarter.

Minnesota held Western Illinois to 31 total yards in the quarter.

Rodrick Williams’ two-yard touchdown run gave the Golden Gophers the lead, 7-6, and was the final play of a 10-play, 71-yard drive. Minnesota threw just one time on the drive.
The Golden Gophers drove across midfield after Mitch Leidner’s 33-yard pass to Maxx Williams from the 41-yard line.

The Leathernecks are set to receive to start the second half.

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First Quarter: Indiana 7, Bowling Green 7

Indiana’s Tevin Coleman ran for 12 yards and one touchdown in the quarter, and the two teams are tied 7-7 at the end of the first.

Indiana scored when Coleman pounded in a one-yard touchdown run to cap a three-play, 51-yard drive, giving Indiana the game’s first lead. The drive also featured Nate Sudfeld’s 48-yard pass to Shane Wynn.

Bowling Green made the score 7-7 when Paul Senn returned a blocked punt for a touchdown.

Bowling Green will start the second quarter with possession on its own 17-yard line.

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First Quarter: Nebraska 14, UCLA 3

Quincy Enunwa caught two passes for 25 yards and two touchdowns for No. 15 Nebraska and Nebraska leads 14-3 at the end of the first quarter.

The Cornhuskers got on the scoreboard first with a four-play, 28-yard drive that ended in a score when Taylor Martinez and Enunwa combined for an 11-yard touchdown. The drive was set up at UCLA’s 28-yard line when Stanley Jean-Baptiste intercepted Brett Hundley’s pass.

The Bruins made the score 7-3 after Ka’imi Fairbairn kicked a 43-yard field goal to finish off a 49-yard drive. The drive also featured Hundley’s 40-yard pass to Grayson Mazzone.

The Cornhuskers opened up the lead, 14-3, after marching down the field for a 16-play, 92-yard drive that ended when Martinez threw a 14-yard touchdown pass to Enunwa.

UCLA will start the second quarter with the ball on its own 30-yard line.

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Quincy Enunwa has five touchdown grabs in two-plus games; he had three in his first three seasons.

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Devin Gardner isn’t going back to No. 12.

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First Quarter: Michigan 7, Akron 3

No. 12 Michigan leads 7-3 at the end of the first quarter, thanks in part to 100 passing yards in the quarter.

Michigan’s defense shut down Akron, allowing only 41 yards of offense in the quarter.

The Wolverines struck first when Devin Gardner found Devin Funchess open for a 48-yard touchdown pass, the final play of a six-play, 75-yard drive. Michigan relied on a run play just one time during the series.

The Zips capped off a three-yard drive when Robert Stein drilled a 45-yard field goal to make the score 7-3. The drive was set up at the Michigan 31-yard line when Akron returned a punt.

Michigan has the ball on the Zips’ 29-yard line to begin the second quarter.

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First Quarter: Western Illinois 6, Minnesota 0

Western Illinois holds a 6-0 advantage over Minnesota at the end of the first quarter in what would be an upset.

Western Illinois gave up just 25 total yards in the quarter to Minnesota.The Leathernecks scored when Trenton Norvell and Mason Howington combined for a one-yard touchdown to cap off a 13-play, 77-yard drive, giving the Leathernecks the game’s first lead.

The Golden Gophers have possession at their own 28-yard line to start the second quarter.

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What do you think of Nebraska’s new alternate uniform?

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Here's your Golden Gophers! #SkiUMah

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Third INT of the season.

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We’ll get our first look at these much-talked-about helmets today.

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Here’s a look at the No. 36 decal Nebraska will wear on its alternate lid today to honor late UCLA freshman who was killed earlier this week.

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UCLA-Nebraska will be a great game. Hear from Ciante Evans below and read our Q&A with him.

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The list includes two Big Ten games.

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Michigan State fan? Batman fan? Regardless, you’ll like this Shilique Calhoun “Bane” impression.

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Future Big Ten member Rutgers is retiring Eric LeGrand’s No. 52 today. Really great story.

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What does the top of your Big Ten power rankings look like after two weeks? Here’s what a couple of our guys think:

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JoeW on 9/14/2013 @ 2:00pm EST Said:

Hey BTN, will you we please stop the love fest with the Wolverines? Akron…really?

JoeW on 9/14/2013 @ 2:30pm EST Said:

# 98 throwing it like a d lineman!

Carol on 9/14/2013 @ 3:50pm EST Said:

I’m in agreement with Joe W – absolutely had my fill of Michigan all day all the time. It was ridiculous this week.

mac on 9/14/2013 @ 4:05pm EST Said:

Essentially, BTN has ruined my Saturday football experience. If BTN wasn’t going to go to the MSU game at the start, then BTN should have tape delayed the MSU game. And if they needed to catch up for the next game after that, well, give up some commercial time. BTN, you stink.

mac on 9/14/2013 @ 4:07pm EST Said:

What moderation?