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Fourth Quarter: Ohio State 40, Northwestern 30

No. 3 Ohio State took the lead in the fourth quarter and survived the late stages of the game to take home a 40-30 win over No. 15 Northwestern.

Carlos Hyde ran seven yards for a touchdown with 5:22 remaining to give Ohio State the lead, 34-30.

The Buckeyes executed a balanced offensive attack in the fourth quarter, finishing with 64 yards passing and 61 yards rushing, while closing out the game on a 13-point run.

Hyde’s two-yard touchdown run gave the Buckeyes the lead, 27-23, and was the final play of a four-play, 16-yard drive. The drive was set up at Northwestern’s 16-yard line when Doran Grant intercepted a Trevor Siemian pass.

Siemian’s 12-yard touchdown pass to Cameron Dickerson put the Wildcats on top 30-27, capping a five-play, 80-yard drive.

Ohio State made the score 40-30 when Ohio State recovered a fumble in the endzone.

Siemian finished with 254 yards in the air, while the Buckeyes’ Braxton Miller passed for 203 yards in the win.

Hyde finished his day with 169 yards on the ground, while Corey (Philly) Brown added six catches for 126 yards.

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Third Quarter: Northwestern 23, Ohio State 20

No. 15 Northwestern now leads 23-20 thanks in part to 94 passing yards in the quarter.

Carlos Hyde ran for 54 yards and a touchdown in the quarter to lead Ohio State.

Northwestern opened up the lead, 23-13, after marching down the field for an 11-play, 60-yard drive that ended when Jeff Budzien kicked a 32-yard field goal.

The Buckeyes finished off a 36-yard drive when Hyde pounded in a four-yard touchdown run to make the score 23-20.

The Buckeyes have the ball on their own 26-yard line to begin the fourth quarter.

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Second Quarter: Northwestern 20, Ohio State 13

No. 15 Northwestern has taken the lead 20-13 thanks in part to 92 passing yards in the quarter.

Jeff Budzien drilled two field goals in the quarter.

Kain Colter’s three-yard touchdown run put the Wildcats on top 14-10, capping a 10-play, 75-yard drive.

Ohio State made the score 14-13 after Drew Basil drilled a 21-yard field goal to finish off a 71-yard drive.

Northwestern added to its advantage when Budzien made a 23-yard field goal, the final play on an eight-play, 68-yard drive to give Northwestern the lead, 17-13. The drive also featured Trevor Siemian’s 41-yard pass.

The Wildcats opened up the lead, 20-13, after marching down the field for a five-play, 18-yard drive that ended when Budzien made a 29-yard field goal. The drive was set up at the Buckeyes’ 30-yard line when the Buckeyes failed to convert on 4th-and-3.

The Wildcats will receive to start the second half.

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First Quarter: Ohio State 10, Northwestern 7

Bradley Roby returned a blocked punt for a touchdown and Ohio State has a 10-7 lead at the end of the first quarter.

Ohio State’s Corey (Philly) Brown caught two passes for 48 yards in the quarter.

Ohio State struck first when Drew Basil made a 27-yard field goal, the final play of an eight-play, 65-yard drive. The Buckeyes only ran for one carry during the series.

Trevor Siemian’s nine-yard touchdown pass to Colter finished off a five-play, 23-yard drive and gave the Wildcats the lead, 7-3. The drive was set up at the Ohio State 23-yard line when Northwestern recovered a fumble.

Northwestern has possession on Ohio State’s 41-yard line to start the second quarter.

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FG good. 3-0 Ohio State

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Fourth Quarter: Michigan 42, Minnesota 13

No. 17 Michigan scored 14 unanswered points to close out the game and take home a 42-13 victory over Minnesota.

Michigan’s Devin Gardner threw for 68 yards in the quarter.

Minnesota capped a 51-yard drive when Chris Hawthorne made a 27-yard field goal to make the score 28-13.

The Wolverines opened up the lead, 35-13, after Gardner turned a quarterback sneak into a two-yard touchdown run to end an eight-play, 69-yard drive. The drive also featured Gardner’s 46-yard pass to Devin Funchess.

The Wolverines made the score 42-13 when Blake Countess intercepted a Mitch Leidner pass and returned it for a touchdown.

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Third Quarter: Michigan 28, Minnesota 10

After utilizing both the running and passing games effectively, Michigan now leads 28-10.

Michigan’s Fitzgerald Toussaint ran for 41 yards and a touchdown in the quarter.

The Wolverines opened up the lead, 21-7, after marching down the field for a nine-play, 75-yard drive that ended when Derrick Green ran two yards for a touchdown.

Minnesota capped off a 55-yard drive when Chris Hawthorne kicked a 44-yard field goal to make the score 21-10.

Michigan extended its lead to 28-10 when Toussaint ran 12 yards for a touchdown, capping an eight-play, 75-yard drive. The Wolverines crossed midfield on Devin Gardner’s 30-yard pass to Jeremy Gallon from the 40-yard line.

Minnesota has possession at its own 39-yard line to start the fourth quarter.

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Second Quarter: Michigan 14, Minnesota 7

Devin Gardner threw for 82 yards in second quarter as Michigan leads Minnesota 14-7 at halftime.

Gardner threw a 24-yard touchdown pass to Devin Funchess to break the 7-7 standoff in favor of the Wolverines. The play finished off a three-play, 38-yard scoring drive.

The Wolverines will start the second half with the ball.

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First Quarter: Michigan 7, Minnesota 7

No. 17 Michigan’s Fitzgerald Toussaint ran for 30 yards and a touchdown in the quarter, and the two teams are tied 7-7 at the end of the first.

Michigan took the game’s first lead after Toussaint pounded in an eight-yard touchdown run on the last play of a six-play, 35-yard drive. The Wolverines relied solely on their run game on the possession. The drive was set up at the Minnesota 35-yard line when Michigan recovered a fumble.

Minnesota tied the score at 7-7 after Leidner tossed a seven-yard touchdown to Maxx Williams to finish off a 16-play, 75-yard drive.

The Wolverines have the ball on their own 32-yard line to begin the second quarter.

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Fourth Quarter: Indiana 44, Penn State 24

Tre Roberson ran for 12 yards and two touchdowns in the fourth quarter as Indiana closed the door on Penn State, 44-24.

The Hoosiers extended their lead to 28-17 thanks to an 11-play, 75-yard drive that ended when Roberson kept it himself for a two-yard touchdown run.

Indiana opened up the lead, 35-17, after Nate Sudfeld and Kofi Hughes combined for a 36-yard touchdown. The drive was set up at the Penn State 33-yard line when Penn State failed to convert on 4th-and-2.

Indiana made it 42-17 when Roberson kept it himself for a nine-yard touchdown run. The drive was set up at the Nittany Lions’ 9-yard line when the Hoosiers recovered a fumble.

Penn State made the score 42-24 after Hackenberg threw a 14-yard touchdown pass to Bill Belton to finish off a 75-yard drive.

Indiana made the score 44-24 after tackling Hackenberg in the endzone for a safety.

Both Sudfeld and  Hackenberg threw for 300-plus yards in the game.

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Fourth Quarter: Nebraska 39, Illinois 19

Nebraska rushed for 110 yards in the fourth quarter en route to a 39-19 win over Illinois.

Josh Ferguson ran for 13 yards and a touchdown, while adding three catches for 43 yards in the quarter to lead Illinois.

Nebraska added to its advantage when Pat Smith drilled a 32-yard field goal to cap an eight-play, 53-yard drive to give Nebraska the lead, 39-12.

The Fighting Illini made the score 39-19 after Ferguson ran for a one-yard touchdown to finish off a 75-yard drive.

Nebraska RB Ameer Abdullah rushed for 225 yards in the win.
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Fourth Quarter: Michigan State 26, Iowa 14

The Spartans scored 16 unanswered points to close the game in a 26-14 win over Iowa.

Michigan State made its lead 23-14 when Michael Geiger kicked a 49-yard field goal to cap an eight-play, 34-yard drive.

The Spartans opened up the lead, 26-14, after marching down the field for a 12-play, 45-yard drive that ended when Geiger drilled a 40-yard field goal.

Iowa’s Jake Rudock ended his day with 241 yards in all.

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Third Quarter: Nebraska 36, Illinois 12

The Cornhuskers rushed for 104 yards in the quarter, and Nebraska now leads 36-12.

Nebraska took a 30-5 lead when Ameer Abdullah ran for a 43-yard touchdown on the last play of a four-play, 75-yard drive.

Illinois made the score 30-12 after Donovonn Young ran one yard for a touchdown to finish off a 75-yard drive.

The Cornhuskers opened up the lead, 36-12, after Tommy Armstrong found Kenny Bell open for a 37-yard touchdown pass to end a three-play, 39-yard drive. The drive was set up at the Fighting Illini’s 39-yard line when Jason Ankrah intercepted a Nathan Scheelhaase pass.

Nebraska will start the fourth quarter with the ball at the Fighting Illini’s 33-yard line.

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Third Quarter: Indiana 21, Penn State 17

After utilizing both the running and passing games effectively, Indiana now leads 21-17. Indiana finished with 64 yards through the air and 96 on the ground in the quarter.

Indiana’s Tevin Coleman ran for 72 yards and one touchdown and caught two passes for 27 yards in the quarter.

Christian Hackenberg’s 26-yard touchdown pass to Allen Robinson put Penn State on top 14-13, capping a 13-play, 80-yard drive.

Coleman’s 45-yard touchdown run gave the Hoosiers the lead 21-14 after a five-play, 75-yard drive. Indiana got the two-point conversion when Tre Roberson ran in from two yards out.

The Nittany Lions made the score 21-17 after Sam Ficken drilled a 30-yard field goal to finish off a 41-yard drive.

Robinson has caught 11 passes for 159 yards on the day so far for Penn State.

The Hoosiers will start the fourth quarter with good field position on Penn State’s 19-yard line.

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Third Quarter: Michigan State 20, Iowa 14

Michigan State has taken the lead 20-14 thanks in part to 97 passing yards in the third quarter.

Michigan State’s Bennie Fowler caught five passes for 67 yards and one touchdown in the quarter.

Michigan State is currently on a 10-point run.

Connor Cook’s 37-yard touchdown pass to Fowler gave the Spartans a 17-14 lead, capping a seven-play, 75-yard drive.

Michigan State opened up the lead, 20-14, after Michael Geiger kicked a 35-yard field goal to end a four-play, eight-yard drive.

The Spartans have possession at their own 37-yard line to start the fourth quarter.

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Quick score updates here:

MSU 20, Iowa 14

Indiana 21, Penn State 14

Nebraska 30, Illinois 12

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Second Quarter: Nebraska 23, Illinois 5

Nebraska added to its advantage when Pat Smith kicked a 27-yard field goal to give No. 25 Nebraska the lead, 17-0 at the half.

Illinois capped a 72-yard drive when Taylor Zalewski made a 37-yard field goal to make the score 17-3.

Nebraska expanded its lead to 23-3 thanks to a 10-play, 72-yard drive that ended when Imani Cross pounded in a two-yard touchdown run.

A safety made the score 23-5 after Illinois took down Cross in the endzone.

The Cornhuskers will start the second half with the ball.

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Second Quarter: Indiana 13, Penn State 7

Indiana’s Mitch Ewald booted two field goals, and Indiana now leads 13-7.

Allen Robinson caught four passes for 71 yards and a touchdown in the quarter to lead Penn State.

The Nittany Lions tied things up at seven when a four-play, 56-yard drive ended after Christian Hackenberg tossed a 46-yard touchdown to Robinson.

An eight-play, 68-yard scoring drive by Indiana snapped the 7-7 tie, as Ewald drilled a 24-yard field goal. The drive also featured Nate Sudfeld’s 37-yard pass. The Hoosiers drove across midfield after Sudfeld’s 26-yard pass to Cody Latimer from the 30-yard line.

Indiana added to its advantage when Ewald drilled a 27-yard field goal, the final play on an 11-play, 65-yard drive to give Indiana the lead, 13-7.

Latimer has caught six passes for 106 yards on the day so far for the Hoosiers.

The Hoosiers will get the ball to start the second half.

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Second Quarter: Iowa 14, Michigan State 10

Iowa now leads 14-10 thanks in part to 138 passing yards in the second quarter.

Iowa’s Jake Rudock threw for 138 yards and two touchdowns in the quarter and the Hawkeyes are currently on a 14-0 run.

Michigan State took the game’s first lead after Michael Geiger drilled a 27-yard field goal on the last play of an 11-play, 48-yard drive. The Spartans crossed midfield on Connor Cook’s 20-yard pass to Andre Sims from the 42-yard line.

Michigan State opened up the lead, 10-0, after marching down the field for a seven-play, 75-yard drive that ended when Cook and Macgarrett Kings hooked up for a 46-yard touchdown.

The Hawkeyes capped a 75-yard drive when Rudock found Damon Bullock open for a 47-yard touchdown pass to make the score 10-7. Five of Iowa’s six plays on the drive were passing plays.

Rudock’s 10-yard touchdown pass to C.J. Fiedorowicz gave the Hawkeyes the lead 14-10 after a six-play, 65-yard drive.

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

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First Quarter: Indiana 7, Penn State 0

Indiana leads 7-0 at the end of the first quarter thanks in part to 88 passing yards.

Indiana held Penn State to 24 yards on the ground during the quarter.

The Hoosiers took the game’s first lead after Nate Sudfeld tossed a five-yard touchdown to Isaiah Roundtree on the last play of a four-play, 66-yard drive.

Indiana will start the second quarter with the ball at its own eight-yard line.

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First Quarter: Nebraska 14, Illinois 0

Showing balance between run and pass, Nebraska leads 14-0 at the end of the first quarter. Nebraska threw for 69 yards and ran for 75 yards in the quarter.

Nebraska’s Ameer Abdullah ran for 49 yards and a touchdown, and also caught one pass for 15 yards in the quarter.

The Cornhuskers scored when Abdullah ran for a two-yard touchdown to cap off a seven-play, 57-yard drive, giving the Cornhuskers the game’s first lead.

Nebraska made its lead 14-0 when Tommy Armstrong threw a four-yard touchdown pass to Quincy Enunwa to cap a nine-play, 69-yard drive.

Nebraska will start the second quarter with the ball on its own 46-yard line.

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First Quarter: Iowa 0, Michigan State 0

Michigan State held Iowa to just 10 yards rushing on seven carries and 15 yards in total offense in the first quarter as the game is tied at 0-0.

In the quarter, Jeremy Langford had 16 yards on five carries and Michigan State QB Connor Cook was 8-of-11 for 78 yards. Iowa RB Mark Weisman rushed for five yards.

The Spartans will start the second quarter with the ball on the Hawkeyes’ 27-yard line.

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susy on 10/5/2013 @ 2:44pm EDT Said:

can clearly see who the announcers are rooting for!! had to mute the game and yes I am a psu fan

David on 10/5/2013 @ 2:59pm EDT Said:

Glenn Mason is a disgrace to football broadcasting. His commentary is so biased it is bush league. BTN would be well served to not rehire him, if they want to be seen as a legitimate sports network. Minor league