Live Blog: Track Week 8 Big Ten action

We live blogged throughout Week 8 Big Ten action:. Wisconsin 56, Illinois 32; Michigan 63, Indiana 47; Ohio State 34, Iowa 24; Minnesota 20, Northwestern 17; Michigan State 14, Purdue 0. Jump on in and get all the best highlights, tweets and photos from an entertaining Saturday.

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Fourth Quarter: Wisconsin 56, Illinois 32

Wisconsin rushed for 101 yards in the fourth quarter and finished off Illinois, 56-32.

Illinois made the score 42-25 after Nathan Scheelhaase kept it himself for a one-yard touchdown run to finish off a 53-yard drive. The Fighting Illini added a two-point conversion when Jon Davis reached the endzone.

Wisconsin opened up the lead, 49-25, after James White ran one yard for a touchdown to cap a six-play, 46-yard drive.

Wisconsin extended its lead to 56-25 thanks to a nine-play, 39-yard drive that ended when Corey Clement pounded in a five-yard touchdown run. The drive was set up at the Fighting Illini’s 39-yard line when the Badgers recovered a fumble.

Illinois capped off a 78-yard drive when Reilly O’Toole tossed a 29-yard touchdown to Spencer Harris to make the score 56-32.

Wisconsin’s Jared Abbrederis had eight catches for 107 yards, while Melvin Gordon added 142 rushing yards and three touchdowns in the victory.

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Third Quarter: Wisconsin 42, Illinois 17

Wisconsin racked up 82 rushing yards in the third quarter now lead Illinois 42-17.

The Badgers are currently on a 14-point run.

Wisconsin opened up the lead, 35-17, after Joel Stave and James White combined for a three-yard touchdown to cap a nine-play, 75-yard drive.

The Badgers extended their lead to 42-17 thanks to a five-play, 56-yard drive that ended when Melvin Gordon ran for a 13-yard touchdown.

Nathan Scheelhaase has passed for 225 yards and Steve Hull has caught six passes for 105 yards on the day so far for Illinois.

Gordon has rushed for 137 yards and three scores for Wisconsin.

The Badgers will start the fourth quarter with the ball at their own three-yard line.

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Second Quarter: Wisconsin 28, Illinois 17

Melvin Gordon has rushed for 87 yards and two touchdowns as Wisconsin now leads Illinois 28-17.

Illinois made the score 21-3 after Taylor Zalewski drilled a 31-yard field goal to finish off a 66-yard drive. The Fighting Illini drove across midfield after Nathan Scheelhaase’s 20-yard pass to Steve Hull from the 45-yard line.

Illinois finished off a 57-yard drive when Josh Ferguson pounded in a one-yard touchdown run to make the score 21-10.

Wisconsin opened up the lead, 28-10, after Gordon ran one yard for a touchdown to cap a nine-play, 75-yard drive.

The Fighting Illini made the score 28-17 after Aaron Bailey tossed a one-yard touchdown to Matt LaCosse to finish off a 65-yard drive.
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First Quarter: Wisconsin 21, Illinois 0

Wisconsin racked up 77 rushing yards and lead 21-0 at the end of the first quarter.

Wisconsin scored when James White ran for a two-yard touchdown to finish off a five-play, 53-yard drive, giving Wisconsin the game’s first lead.

The Badgers made it 14-0 when Melvin Gordon ran for a 26-yard touchdown, capping a six-play, 62-yard drive.

Wisconsin opened up the lead, 21-0, after Joel Stave and Brian Wozniak hooked up for a three-yard touchdown. The drive was set up at Illinois’ 8-yard line when the Badgers recovered a fumble.

The Fighting Illini will start the second quarter with possession on Wisconsin’s 27-yard line.

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Fourth Quarter: Michigan 63, Indiana 47

Michigan posted a school-record 751 yards of total offense and closed the door on Indiana, 63-47.

The Wolverines scored 14 unanswered points to close the game.

Michigan added to its advantage when Gardner kept it himself for a six-yard touchdown run, capping an eight-play, 75-yard drive to give Michigan the lead, 49-40.

Indiana capped off a 75-yard drive when Tre Roberson scrambled for a 15-yard touchdown run to make the score 49-47.

The Wolverines opened up the lead, 56-47, after marching down the field for a three-play, five-yard drive that ended when Gardner scrambled for a six-yard touchdown run. The drive was set up at Indiana’s 5-yard line when Thomas Gordon intercepted Nate Sudfeld’s pass.

The Wolverines extended their lead to 63-47 thanks to a six-play, 83-yard drive that ended when Fitzgerald Toussaint ran for a 27-yard touchdown. Michigan crossed midfield on Gardner’s 38-yard pass to Devin Funchess from the 21-yard line.

Gardner finished the game with 584 total yards and five touchdowns, which is a school record. His teammate, Jeremy Gallon added 14 catches for 369 yards, which is also a school record.
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Fourth Quarter: Ohio State 34, Iowa 24

No. 4 Ohio State took the lead in the fourth quarter and survived the late stages of the game to take home a 34-24 win over Iowa.

Ohio State went on a 10-point run to close the game as Carlos Hyde had the winning score on a 19-yard touchdown run to give the Buckeyes a 31-24 lead.

Ohio State opened up the lead, 34-24, after marching down the field for an 11-play, 64-yard drive that ended when Drew Basil kicked a 25-yard field goal.

Hyde rushed for a game-high 149 yards.
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Third Quarter: Ohio State 24, Iowa 24

Iowa’s Jake Duzey caught an 85-yard touchdown pass as the two teams are tied 24-24 at the end of the third quarter.

No. 4 Ohio State tied things up at 17-17 when a 13-play, 75-yard drive ended after Carlos Hyde ran one yard for a touchdown.

Braxton Miller and Devin Smith combined for a 14-yard touchdown to break the 17-17 standstill in favor of Ohio State. The play finished off an 11-play, 84-yard scoring drive.

Iowa tied the score at 24-24 after Jake Rudock found Duzey open for that 85-yard touchdown pass. Duzey has caught five passes for 116 yards on the day so far for the Hawkeyes.

Rudock has thrown for 206 yards and three touchdowns.

Ohio State has the ball at the Hawkeyes’ 47-yard line to begin the fourth quarter.

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Second Quarter: Michigan 28, Indiana 17

Devin Gardner has passed for 237 yards and a touchdown as No. 24 Michigan now leads Indiana at halftime, 28-17.

Michigan’s Fitzgerald Toussaint ran for 28 yards and a touchdown, while adding a catch for 27 yards in the quarter.

The Wolverines opened up the lead, 21-7, after marching down the field for a six-play, 59-yard drive that ended when Toussaint pounded in a seven-yard touchdown run.

Indiana made the score 21-14 after Tre Roberson and Shane Wynn hooked up for a 33-yard touchdown to finish off a 57-yard drive.

The Wolverines took a 28-14 lead when Gardner and Jeremy Gallon combined for a 21-yard touchdown, capping a 12-play, 91-yard drive.

The Hoosiers finished off a 30-yard drive when Mitch Ewald made a 55-yard field goal to make the score 28-17.

Jeremy Gallon has a game-high eight catches for 170 yards and a touchdown for the Wolverines.
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Second Quarter: Iowa 17, Ohio State 10

Jake Rudock is 14-of-22 for 121 yards and two touchdowns as Iowa holds a 17-10 advantage over No. 4 Ohio State at the end of the second quarter.

Corey (Philly) Brown caught two passes for 66 yards and one touchdown in the quarter to lead Ohio State.

The Buckeyes got even after Braxton Miller and Brown combined for a 58-yard touchdown, capping a four-play, 74-yard drive that tied the score at 10.

Iowa broke the 10-10 standstill when Rudock and Kevonte Martin-Manley hooked up for a six-yard touchdown to cap a 15-play, 69-yard scoring drive.

Ohio State will start the second half with the ball.

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First Quarter: Iowa 10, Ohio State 3

Iowa QB Jake Rudock passed for 77 yards in the first quarter and the Hawkeyes hold a 10-3 advantage over No. 4 Ohio State.

The Hawkeyes got on the scoreboard first with an 11-play, 80-yard drive that ended in a score when Rudock found C.J. Fiedorowicz open for a two-yard touchdown pass.

Ohio State capped a 65-yard drive when Drew Basil kicked a 27-yard field goal to make the score 7-3.

Iowa added to its advantage when Mike Meyer kicked a 27-yard field goal to cap a nine-play, 67-yard drive to give Iowa the lead, 10-3.

The Buckeyes have the ball on their own 30-yard line to begin the second quarter.

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Fourth Quarter: Minnesota 20, Northwestern 17

Minnesota’s David Cobb ran for 30 yards in the fourth quarter and the Gophers defeated Northwestern, 20-17.

Minnesota opened up the lead, 17-7, after Chris Hawthorne made a 34-yard field goal to end a four-play, six-yard drive. The drive was set up at the Northwestern 23-yard line when the Golden Gophers recovered a fumble.

Northwestern made the score 17-10 after Jeff Budzien drilled a 35-yard field goal to finish off a 57-yard drive.

Minnesota made it 20-10 when Hawthorne kicked a 38-yard field goal on the last play of a 10-play, 54-yard drive.

The Wildcats capped off a 75-yard drive when Trevor Siemian and Tony Jones hooked up for a 10-yard touchdown to make the score 20-17. Northwestern drove across midfield after Siemian’s 24-yard pass to Cameron Dickerson from the 42-yard line.

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Fourth Quarter: Michigan State 14, Purdue 0

Michigan State passed for 79 yards in the fourth quarter and secured a 14-0 win over Purdue.

The Spartans opened up the lead, 14-0, after marching down the field for a nine-play, 73-yard drive that ended when Tony Lippett and Andrew Gleichert combined for a five-yard touchdown.

Michigan State’s Jeremy Langford finished with 132 yards on the ground.

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Indiana going with its state pride lid again today.

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Doesn’t look like the best weather at Michigan Stadium. Indiana-Michigan at 3:30 p.m. ET on BTN/BTN2Go.

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Third Quarter: Minnesota 14, Northwestern 7

David Cobb ran for 38 yards in the third quarter and Minnesota now leads 14-7.
Stephen Buckley has 58 yards on eight carries with one touchdown for Northwestern.

The Golden Gophers are currently on a 14-point run.

Minnesota made the score 14-7 when James Manuel intercepted Trevor Siemian’s pass and returned it for a touchdown.

The Golden Gophers are in position to score with the ball at Northwestern’s 17-yard line to start the fourth quarter.

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Second Quarter: Northwestern 7, Minnesota 7

Minnesota’s Derrick Engel caught one pass for 29 yards and a touchdown in the second quarter, and the two teams are tied 7-7 at the end of the half.

Minnesota tied things up at seven when an eight-play, 82-yard drive was capped with Philip Nelson’s 29-yard touchdown pass to Engel.

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Second Quarter: Michigan State 7, Purdue 0

Michigan State held Purdue to just 11 rushing yards in the first half and now leads 7-0.

Cameron Posey caught four passes for 41 yards in the second quarter to lead Purdue.

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

Purdue will have possession to start the second half.

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First Quarter: Michigan State 0, Purdue 0

Michigan State held Purdue to just 60 yards of total offense in the first quarter and the two teams are knotted at 0-0.

Jeremy Langford has 52 yards on eight carries for Michigan State.

The Spartans will start the second quarter with the ball at Purdue’s 44-yard line.

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First Quarter: Northwestern 7, Minnesota 0

Northwestern racked up 62 rushing yards in the first quarter and lead Minnesota, 7-0.
Northwestern’s Stephen Buckley ran for 54 yards and a touchdown in the quarter.

Northwestern took the game’s first lead after Buckley pounded in a three-yard touchdown run to cap a seven-play, 72-yard drive.

Minnesota has possession on its own 41-yard line to start the second quarter.

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Awesome!

Jeff Budzien is hosting a young cancer survivor on the sideline pregame today. #B1GCats

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matt on 10/19/2013 @ 4:13pm EST Said:

the reports of MSU’s offense having a pulse were WAY over-hyped, 1 TD against the 3rd worst D in the conference.

matt on 10/19/2013 @ 7:48pm EST Said:

UM’s offense is NOT anymore fixed than MSU’s is, they PLAYED INDIANA, its defense is THAT BAD! this just in, indiana’s defense BEYOND STINKS! can we please not over-hype the offenses too much? btw congrats to gallon for taking advantage of indiana’s defense, big day for him, but keep it tempered, it will be the best day anyone has offensively against the worst defense ever!