Live Blog Part II: Track Week 3 night games

We live blogged throughout the Big Ten’s Week 3 night games: Arizona State 32, Wisconsin 30; Northwestern 38, Western Michigan 17; Ohio State 52, Cal 34; Iowa 27, Iowa State 21; Washington 34, Illinois 24; UCF 34, Penn State 31; Notre Dame 31, Purdue 24. Catch up on all action and get the night’s best video highlights, photos and tweets in this post.

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Watch all of Northwestern’s scoring plays below:

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Fourth Quarter: Northwestern 38, Western Michigan 17

Running for 79 yards in the quarter, Northwestern finished off Western Michigan, 38-17.

Northwestern held Western Michigan to 28 yards through the air during the quarter.

The Wildcats expanded their lead to 38-17 thanks to a four-play, 71-yard drive that ended when Treyvon Green ran for a 42-yard touchdown. Kain Colter’s 23-yard run took Northwestern from the 35 and across midfield to ignite the drive.

Colter topped 100 yards rushing for the game in the quarter, and finished his day with 104 yards on the ground.

The Broncos’ Tyler Van Tubbergen passed for 28 yards in the quarter to put him over 200 yards for the game.
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Second Quarter: Wisconsin 14, Arizona State 13

Arizona State refuses to make things easy for No. 18 Wisconsin, despite Wisconsin’s 14-13 lead at the end of the second.

Arizona State is currently on a 10-point run.Joel Stave’s two-yard touchdown pass to Jacob Pedersen put the Badgers on top 7-3, capping a 10-play, 73-yard drive.

Wisconsin made the score 14-3 when the Beau Allen recovered the ball in the end zone for six points.
Arizona State capped a 75-yard drive when Marion Grice ran one yard for a touchdown to make the score 14-10.

The Sun Devils made the score 14-13 after Zane Gonzalez kicked a 19-yard field goal to finish off a 94-yard drive.

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

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Third Quarter: Northwestern 31, Western Michigan 17

Treyvon Green ran for 49 yards and one touchdown for No. 16 Northwestern, and the margin is still 14, as Northwestern leads 31-17.

The Wildcats opened up the lead, 31-10, after Green ran for a one-yard touchdown to end a 13-play, 87-yard drive. Northwestern kept the ball on the ground during the drive, throwing only three passes.

Western Michigan made the score 31-17 after Tyler Van Tubbergen and Josh Schaffer hooked up for a 25-yard touchdown. The drive was set up at the Wildcats’ 24-yard line when the Broncos recovered a fumble.

Northwestern has possession on its own 35-yard line to start the fourth quarter.

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Fourth Quarter: Notre Dame 31, Purdue 24

Rob Henry threw for 259 yards and three touchdowns, but No. 21 Notre Dame survived the late stages of the game to take home a 31-24 win over Purdue.

Notre Dame tied the score at 17-17 after Rees threw a nine-yard touchdown pass to Daniels to cap off an 11-play, 66-yard drive.

The Fighting Irish broke the 17-17 standoff when Rees and Daniels hooked up for an 82-yard touchdown.

Notre Dame made the score 31-17 when Bennett Jackson intercepted Rob Henry’s pass and returned it for a touchdown.

The Boilermakers capped off a 75-yard drive when Henry and Justin Sinz hooked up for a nine-yard touchdown to make the score 31-24. Henry’s 48-yard pass to Shane Mikesky from the 40-yard line pushed Purdue into enemy territory.

Rees passed for 298 yards in Notre Dame’s win.

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First Quarter: Arizona State 3, Wisconsin 0

Wisconsin gained just three rushing yards in the first quarter and the Badgers trail Arizona State, 3-0.

The Sun Devils got on the scoreboard with an eight-play, 34-yard drive capped by Zane Gonzalez’s 34-yard field goal.

The Badgers have the ball at Arizona State’s 40-yard line to begin the second quarter.

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Yes, yes, it does.

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Kind of a cool Rob Henry shot here:

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Second Quarter: Northwestern 24, Western Michigan 10

After utilizing both the running and passing games effectively, Northwestern has taken a 24-10 lead at halftime.

The Wildcats finished with 69 yards through the air and 139 on the ground in the quarter. Quarterback Kain Colter ran for 78 yards and one touchdown, while also throwing for 21 yards and a touchdown in the quarter. The Wildcats are currently on a 17-point fun.

Colter’s four-yard touchdown run gave Northwestern a 7-3 lead and capped a six-play, 57-yard drive. The Wildcats threw just one time on the drive.

Tyler Van Tubbergen’s 75-yard touchdown pass to Corey Davis put Western Michigan on top 10-7.

However, Northwestern would answer right now. Colter’s six-yard touchdown pass to Christian Jones finished off a six-play, 65-yard drive and gave Northwestern a 14-10 lead. The Wildcats extended their lead to 21-10 thanks to a six-play, 50-yard drive that ended when Mike Trumpy pounded in a four-yard touchdown run. Northwestern ran the ball on all six snaps on the drive.

The Wildcats opened up the lead, 24-10, after Jeff Budzien kicked a 35-yard field goal to end a seven-play, 42-yard drive.

Western Michigan will have possession to start the second half.

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Watch Ohio State’s scoring plays from tonight:

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How nice was this INT?

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Fourth Quarter: Ohio State 52, California 34

Ohio State didn’t score in the fourth quarter, but it didn’t matter, as the Buckeyes cruised to a 52-34 win at Cal.

Jordan Hall ran for 28 yards in the fourth quarter.

The Golden Bears finished off a 61-yard drive when Daniel Lasco pounded in a one-yard touchdown run to mark the lone score of the final quarter.

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Mike Trumpy with a nice stiff arm as he runs in for a 4-yard TD score. Northwestern 21, Western Michigan 10. 2:00 left in the first half.

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Third Quarter: Purdue 17, Notre Dame 10

Purdue holds a 17-10 advantage over No. 21 Notre Dame at the end of the third quarter.

Purdue’s B.J. Knauf caught one pass for 18 yards and one touchdown in the quarter.

Notre Dame tied the score at 10-10 after Cam McDaniel ran one yard for a touchdown to cap a 10-play, 70-yard drive.

Rob Henry and Knauf hooked up for an 18-yard touchdown to break the 10-10 standoff in favor of Purdue. The play finished off an eight-play, 54-yard scoring drive.

The Fighting Irish are in position to score with the ball at the Boilermakers’ 10-yard line to start the fourth quarter.

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Third Quarter: Ohio State 52, California 27

Running for 148 yards in the quarter, Ohio State now leads 52-27.

Ohio State added to its advantage when Jordan Hall ran for a one-yard touchdown, the final play on a nine-play, 75-yard drive to give Ohio State the lead, 38-20.

Ohio State opened up the lead, 45-20, after marching down the field for a 15-play, 80-yard drive that ended when Kenny Guiton tossed a six-yard touchdown to Corey (Philly) Brown.

California made the score 45-27 after Jared Goff tossed a 14-yard touchdown to Bryce Treggs to finish off a 53-yard drive.

The Buckeyes added to their advantage when Hall pounded in a two-yard touchdown run, the final play on an eight-play, 41-yard drive to give the Buckeyes the lead, 52-27.

The Golden Bears’ Goff passed for 88 yards in the quarter to put him over 300 yards for the game. Goff has 326 yards through the air so far today.

Hall reached the 100-yard rushing mark for the game thanks to 56 in the quarter, and currently sits with 140 yards in all.

The Golden Bears have the ball at the Buckeyes’ 32-yard line to begin the fourth quarter.

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First Quarter: Western Michigan 3, Northwestern 0

Northwestern’s Treyvon Green ran for 41 yards in first quarter, but Wildcats trail Western Michigan, 3-0.

Western Michigan struck first when Andrew Haldeman made a 37-yard field goal to cap a 13-play, 55-yard drive.

The Wildcats will start the second quarter with possession at the Broncos’ 43-yard line.

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Second Quarter: Purdue 10, Notre Dame 3

Rob Henry has thrown for 125 yards and a touchdown as Purdue holds a 10-3 advantage over No. 21 Notre Dame at the end of the second quarter.

Purdue made it 10-0 when Paul Griggs hit a 47-yard field goal to cap a 10-play, 31-yard drive.

The Fighting Irish capped off an 80-yard drive when Kyle Brindza kicked a 20-yard field goal to make the score 10-3. The drive also featured Tommy Rees’ 40-yard pass to Brown.

Notre Dame will start the second half with the ball.

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Second Quarter: Purdue 10, Notre Dame 3

Purdue holds a 10-3 advantage over No. 21 Notre Dame at the end of the second quarter in what would be an upset.

Chris Brown caught one pass for 40 yards in the quarter to lead Notre Dame.

Purdue made its lead 10-0 when Paul Griggs made a 47-yard field goal on the last play of a 10-play, 31-yard drive.

The Fighting Irish capped off an 80-yard drive when Kyle Brindza kicked a 20-yard field goal to make the score 10-3. The drive also featured Tommy Rees’ 40-yard pass to Brown.

Notre Dame will start the second half with the ball.

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Fourth Quarter: Iowa 27, Iowa State 21

In the fourth quarter, Quenton Bundrage fought back for Iowa State. He caught three passes for 51 yards and two touchdowns, and Iowa State’s comeback effort fell short in a 27-21 loss to Iowa.

The Cyclones ended the game on a 14-point run.Iowa made its lead 27-7 when Jake Rudock kept it himself for a one-yard touchdown run on the last play of a 15-play, 73-yard drive.

Iowa State capped off an 82-yard drive when Sam Richardson tossed a 26-yard touchdown to Bundrage to make the score 27-14. Richardson’s 32-yard pass to Tad Ecby from the 42-yard line pushed the Cyclones into enemy territory.

Iowa State made the score 27-21 after Richardson found Bundrage open for a 17-yard touchdown pass to finish off a 54-yard drive.

The Cyclones’ Richardson topped 200 yards passing for the game in the quarter, finishing with 268 yards in total.

The Hawkeyes’ Mark Weisman rushed for 49 yards in the quarter to put him over 100 yards for the game. Mark Weisman finished with 144 yards on the ground.

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Fourth Quarter: Washington 34, Illinois 24

Bishop Sankey ran for 58 yards and caught one pass for 20 yards for No. 23 Washington and Washington finished off Illinois, 34-24.

Illinois made the score 31-24 after Aaron Bailey kept it himself for a 10-yard touchdown run to finish off a 62-yard drive. The Fighting Illini drove across midfield after Miles Osei’s 35-yard pass to Matt LaCosse from the 46-yard line.

Keith Price clinched a 300-yard passing game with 50 in the quarter, part of his 344-yard day for the Huskies.

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Fourth Quarter: UCF 34, Penn State 31

Penn State’s Zach Zwinak led the offense in the fourth quarter. He ran for 23 yards and one touchdown, but Penn State’s comeback effort fell short in a 34-31 loss to UCF.

UCF’s Breshad Perriman caught one pass for 26 yards in the quarter.The Nittany Lions made the score 31-24 after Zwinak pounded in a one-yard touchdown run to finish off an 81-yard drive.
UCF made its lead 34-24 when Shawn Moffitt kicked a 36-yard field goal on the last play of a 10-play, 52-yard drive.

Penn State finished off a 25-yard drive when Christian Hackenberg threw a five-yard touchdown pass to Allen Robinson to make the score 34-31. The drive was set up at the UCF 25-yard line when the Nittany Lions returned a punt.

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Second Quarter: Ohio State 31, California 20

Vincenzo D’Amato kicked two field goals, helping California inch closer to No. 3 Ohio State, as California still trails 31-20.

Ohio State’s Jordan Hall ran for 35 yards and one touchdown in the quarter. Ohio State opened up the lead, 31-14, after Hall pounded in a one-yard touchdown run to end a 12-play, 60-yard drive.

Cal made the score 31-17 after D’Amato kicked a 27-yard field goal to finish off a 65-yard drive. The Golden Bears capped off a 59-yard drive when D’Amato made a 43-yard field goal to make the score 31-20.

Jared Goff clinched a 200-yard passing game with 64 in the quarter, part of his 238-yard day through two quarters for California.

The Buckeyes’ Kenny Guiton reached the 200-yard passing mark for the game thanks to 31 yards in the quarter, and currently sits with 228 yards in all.

Ohio State will get the ball to start the second half.

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First Quarter: Purdue 7, Notre Dame 0

Purdue holds a 7-0 advantage over No. 21 Notre Dame at the end of the first quarter in what would be an upset.

The Boilermakers scored when Rob Henry threw a 15-yard touchdown pass to Akeem Hunt to cap an 11-play, 75-yard drive, giving the Boilermakers the game’s first lead.

Notre Dame has the ball on its own 22-yard line to begin the second quarter.

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Third Quarter: Washington 31, Illinois 17

Ryan Lankford has caught three passes for 100 yards, but Illinois trails Washington, 31-17 at the end of the third quarter.

Washington racked up more than 200 yards in the quarter, thanks in part to four big plays, including Bishop Sankey’s 25-yard run. Washington expanded its lead to 17-3 thanks to a seven-play, 75-yard drive that ended when Sankey ran in for a one yard touchdown.

Seven of the Huskies’ seven plays during the march downfield were rushing attempts.

Ilinois capped off a 75-yard drive when Nathan Scheelhaase kept it himself for a two-yard touchdown run to make the score 17-10. The Fighting Illini went to the air just two times during the series.

The Huskies opened up the lead, 24-10, after Jesse Callier ran 39 yards for a touchdown to end a 10-play, 85-yard drive. Washington opened up the lead, 31-10, after marching down the field for a four-play, 78-yard drive that ended when Keith Price threw an eight-yard touchdown pass to Jaydon Mickens. The drive also featured Price’s 43-yard pass to Kasen Williams.

Illinois made the score 31-17 after Scheelhaase found Lankford open for a 72-yard touchdown pass.

The Huskies have possession on their own 18-yard line to start the fourth quarter.

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Third Quarter: Iowa 20, Iowa State 7

Iowa has controlled the pace of this game, leading 20-7 at the end of the third quarter.

The Hawkeyes marched down the field for a nine-play, 60-yard drive that ended when Jake Rudock tossed a 26-yard touchdown to Jacob Hillyer, putting Iowa on top, 20-7. Iowa kept the ball on the ground during the drive, throwing only two passes.

Iowa State’s Quenton Bundrage led the offense in the third quarter. He caught three passes for 90 yards and one touchdown.

Iowa State has possession at its own 25-yard line to start the fourth quarter.

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Third Quarter: UCF 31, Penn State 17

Penn State made the score 28-17 after Zach Zwinak ran nine yards for a touchdown to finish off a 75-yard drive. The drive also featured Christian Hackenberg’s 46-yard pass to Allen Robinson.

The Knights made their lead 31-17 when Shawn Moffitt made a 23-yard field goal on the last play of a seven-play, 65-yard drive. The drive also featured Blake Bortles’ 36-yard pass.

Storm Johnson’s 22-yard run from the 37-yard line pushed UCF into enemy territory.

The Nittany Lions’ Zwinak topped 100 yards rushing for the game in the quarter, with time to add to his 105 total yards on the ground. Penn State’s Christian Hackenberg has passed for 223 total yards through the air. Robinson has caught eight passes for 138 yards through three quarters.

Penn State will start the fourth quarter with good field position on the Knights’ 15-yard line.

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Lot of scores just happened, so it’s time for a quick score update:

Ohio State 31, Cal 14

Washington 24, Illinois 10

UCF 31, Penn State 17

Iowa 13, Iowa State 7

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First Quarter: Ohio State 24, California 14

Devin Smith caught three passes for 149 yards and two touchdowns for No. 3 Ohio State, and it State leads 24-14 at the end of the first quarter.

The Buckeyes racked up 197 passing yards and 78 rushing yards in the first quarter.

Ohio State scored when Kenny Guiton and Smith hooked up for a 90-yard touchdown, giving Ohio State the game’s first lead.

The Buckeyes added to their advantage when Guiton tossed a 47-yard touchdown to Smith to give the Buckeyes the lead, 14-0. Dontre Wilson’s 26-yard run from the 27-yard line pushed Ohio State into enemy territory.

The Buckeyes opened up the lead, 21-0, after Guiton found Chris Fields open for a one-yard touchdown pass to end a six-play, 23-yard drive. The drive was set up at California’s 23-yard line when Ohio State recovered a fumble.

The Golden Bears made the score 21-7 after Goff and James Grisom hooked up for a 61-yard touchdown to finish off a 74-yard drive.

The Buckeyes opened up the lead, 24-7, after marching down the field for an eight-play, 55-yard drive that ended when Drew Basil made a 38-yard field goal.

California finished off an 82-yard drive when Goff and Chris Harper hooked up for a 42-yard touchdown to make the score 24-14.

Ohio State will start the second quarter with possession on its own 10-yard line.

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Second Quarter: Iowa 13, Iowa State 0
Iowa held Iowa State to 18 total yards during the second quarter and Hawkeyes now lead Iowa State, 13-0.
Iowa’s Mike Meyer kicked two field goals in the quarter. The Hawkeyes scored when Jake Rudock threw a five-yard touchdown pass to Kevonte Martin-Manley to finish off a nine-play, 71-yard drive, giving the Hawkeyes the game’s first lead.

Iowa added to its advantage when Meyer drilled a 27-yard field goal to cap a 15-play, 55-yard drive to give the Hawkeyes the lead, 10-0.

Iowa took a 13-0 lead when Meyer drilled a 37-yard field goal on the last play of a four-play, five-yard drive. The drive was set up at the Iowa State 25-yard line when James Morris intercepted a Sam Richardson pass. The Hawkeyes will get the ball to start the second half.

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Second Quarter: Washington 10, Illinois 3

No. 23 Washington leads 10-3 at the end of the second quarter, but Illinois continues to fight back.

Washington had four long plays in the quarter, including Keith Price’s 20-yard pass to Kevin Smith.The Huskies took the game’s first lead after Price and Bishop Sankey combined for a 31-yard touchdown on the last play of an eight-play, 77-yard drive.

Illinois made the score 7-3 after Taylor Zalewski kicked a 39-yard field goal to finish off a 46-yard drive.

Washington opened up the lead, 10-3, after Travis Coons kicked a 22-yard field goal to end a 13-play, 86-yard drive. The Huskies, exploited the secondary during the march downfield, passing on nine of 13 plays.
Washington’s Price passed for 182 yards in the quarter to put him over 200 yards for the game. Price has 211 yards through the air so far today.

The Huskies will start the second half with the ball.

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Second Quarter: UCF 21, Penn State 10

UCF’s offense scored 14 points, thanks to four long plays, and UCF now leads 21-10.

UCF ran for 138 yards during the quarter.

The Knights broke the 7-7 tie when Johnson ran 58 yards for a touchdown. UCF opened up the lead, 21-7, after marching down the field for an eight-play, 89-yard drive that ended when Blake Bortles found J.J. Worton open for a five-yard touchdown pass.
Penn State made the score 21-10 after Sam Ficken kicked a 47-yard field goal to finish off a 56-yard drive.

The Nittany Lions are set to receive to start the second half.

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Dick Butkus, at his old home, watching his school. Cool stuff.

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Proud alum after that Malcolm Willis INT.

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Kenny Guiton looks relaxed and ready for his first career start.

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First Quarter: Iowa State 0, Iowa 0

Iowa held Iowa State to just eight yards rushing on seven carries and 41 yards in total offense in the first quarter, and the game is tied at 0-0.

Mark Weisman had 36 yards on six carries for Iowa and Sam Richardson was 5-8 for 33 yards passing for Iowa State.

The Hawkeyes have possession at their own 49-yard line to start the second quarter.

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First Quarter: Illinois 0, Washington 0

Illinois held No. 23 Washington to just 29 yards through the air on 3-of-4 passing and 62 yards in total offense in the first quarter and the two teams are knotted at 0-0.

In the quarter, Bishop Sankey had 33 yards on five carries for Washington and Nathan Scheelhaase was 3-7 for 33 yards passing for Illinois.

The Fighting Illini will start the second quarter with good field position on the Huskies’ 16-yard line.

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First Quarter: Penn State 7, UCF 7

Penn State’s Zach Zwinak ran for 34 yards and one touchdown in the quarter, and the two teams are tied 7-7 at the end of the first.

UCF took the game’s first lead after Blake Bortles and Storm Johnson combined for a four-yard touchdown on the last play of a 13-play, 89-yard drive.

Penn State tied the game at seven after Zwinak pounded in a four-yard touchdown run to end a 10-play, 77-yard drive. The drive also featured Christian Hackenberg’s 44-yard pass to Allen Robinson.

The Nittany Lions will start the second quarter with the ball at UCF’s 35-yard line.

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Penn State’s 3rd-down troubles are beyond troubling. 2 for 27.

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