Live Blog: Track Week 11 Big Ten games

We live blogged throughout Week 11 Big Ten action: Nebraska 17, Michigan 13; Indiana 52, lllinois 35; Wisconsin 27, BYU 17; Minnesota 24, Penn State 10; Iowa 38, Purdue 14. Jump on in for the best highlights, photos and tweets.

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White shines against BYU in 27-17 win

James White rushed for 149 yards to lead No. 22 Wisconsin to a 27-17 win over BYU on Saturday at Camp Randall Stadium.

With the win, the Badgers moved to 7-2 and the Cougars moved to 6-3.

Wisconsin racked up 229 yards (5.1 yards per carry) on the ground against BYU.

Despite facing a 17-point deficit, the Cougars closed to within striking distance of the Badgers late, but the Badgers survived the comeback attempt and secured the win.

Wisconsin burned BYU’s defense for six plays of more than 20 yards. With 11:00 to go in the 1st quarter, Joel Stave found White open for a 27-yard pass, the Badgers’ biggest gain of the game. The big play set up a 13-play drive that gave Wisconsin a 7-0 lead after White ran four yards to paydirt.

Wisconsin’s Stave went 23 of 32 through the air for a total of 196 yards. Stave tossed one touchdown and one interception. Jared Abbrederis hauled in eight catches for 67 yards. Wisconsin racked up 425 total yards.

Taysom Hill threw for 204 yards while going 20-42 for BYU. Hill threw two touchdowns and one interception. Hill rushed for 53 yards on 17 attempts. Hill’s favorite target on the day was Cody Hoffman. He caught seven passes for 113 yards and two touchdowns. The Cougars finished with 370 total yards, including 204 yards passing while completing 20 of 43 attempts. BYU also rushed 38 times for 166 yards for 4.4 yards per attempt.

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Nebraska rallies en route to 17-13 victory over Michigan

Nebraska took the lead in the 4th quarter and hung on for a 17-13 victory over Michigan on Saturday at Michigan Stadium. With 2:03 to go, Tommy Armstrong and Ameer Abdullah combined for a 5-yard touchdown to give the Cornhuskers a 17-13 lead.

With the win, Nebraska moved to 7-2 and the Wolverines moved to 6-3.

The Cornhuskers’ defensive unit stood firm against Michigan’s offense, holding Michigan to 175 total yards.

Nebraska forced the Wolverines to take to the air after shutting down their rushing game. Michigan could only manage -21 rushing yards against the the Cornhuskers defense.

Abdullah carried the offensive load for Nebraska, piling up 105 rushing yards and one touchdown on 27 attempts.

Armstrong threw for 139 yards while completing 11 of 19 passes for the Cornhuskers. Armstrong tossed one touchdown and no interceptions. Armstrong looked for Quincy Enunwa often. He hauled in seven catches for 69 yards. Nebraska finished with 273 total yards, including 145 yards passing while completing 12 of 23 attempts. The Cornhuskers’ rushing attack also contributed 128 yards to the total, with 43 carries for for 3.0 yards per carry.

Michigan’s Devin Gardner threw for 196 yards during the game, completing 18 of 27 passes. Gardner finished the game with one touchdown and no interceptions. Gardner had a good connection with receiver Devin Funchess. He caught six passes for 66 yards and one touchdown. Michigan’s offense finished the game having gained 175 yards.

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Third Quarter: Indiana 35, Illinois 28

The margin is still seven, as Indiana leads 35-28 thanks in part to 140 passing yards in the quarter. Indiana’s Cody Latimer caught three passes for 103 yards and two touchdowns in the quarter.

Indiana is currently on a 14-point run.

Illinois tied the score at 21-21 after Nathan Scheelhaase threw a 54-yard touchdown pass to Steve Hull to cap a five-play, 77-yard drive.

A four-play, 44-yard scoring drive by the Fighting Illini snapped the 21-21 deadlock, as Scheelhaase scrambled for a 14-yard touchdown run. The drive was set up at the Indiana 44-yard line when Jonathan Brown intercepted Nate Sudfeld’s pass.

Indiana tied the game at 28 after Sudfeld and Latimer combined for a 41-yard touchdown to end an eight-play, 75-yard drive.

Sudfeld and Latimer combined for a 50-yard touchdown to break the 28-28 standstill in favor of the Hoosiers. The play finished off a three-play, 62-yard scoring drive.

Indiana’s Sudfeld topped 200 yards passing for the game in the quarter, and has plenty of time to add to his 262 total yards through the air. Latimer has caught 11 passes for 184 yards on the day so far for the Hoosiers.

Scheelhaase clinched a 300-yard passing game with 129 in the quarter, part of his 339-yard day through three quarters for the Fighting Illini.

Hull has caught six passes for 186 yards on the day so far for Illinois.

The Fighting Illini will start the fourth quarter with the ball at their own 49-yard line.

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Third Quarter: Wisconsin 20, BYU 10

The Badgers rushed for 64 yards in the quarter, and Wisconsin now leads 20-10. Wisconsin held BYU to 15 yards on the ground during the quarter.

The Badgers expanded their lead to 20-3 thanks to a seven-play, 15-yard drive that ended when Jack Russell made a 25-yard field goal. The drive was set up at the BYU 23-yard line when Kenzel Doe returned a punt.

BYU finished off a 62-yard drive when Taysom Hill tossed a 34-yard touchdown to Cody Hoffman to make the score 20-10.

James White clinched a 100-yard rushing game with 36 in the quarter, part of his 100-yard day through three quarters for the Badgers.

Wisconsin will start the fourth quarter with possession at the Cougars’ 22-yard line.

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Third Quarter: Michigan 10, Nebraska 10

Michigan’s Devin Funchess caught two passes for 28 yards and one touchdown in the quarter, and the two teams are tied 10-10 at the end of the third.

The Wolverines got even after Devin Gardner and Funchess hooked up for a five-yard touchdown to end a nine-play, 75-yard drive that tied the score at 10.

Michigan has the ball on Nebraska’s 35-yard line to begin the fourth quarter.

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Concentration.

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Second Quarter: Indiana 21, Illinois 14

Indiana now leads 21-14 thanks in part to 99 passing yards in the quarter. Indiana’s front seven allowed Illinois to gain just 16 rushing yards.

The Hoosiers broke the 14-14 standstill when Nate Sudfeld threw a 12-yard touchdown pass to Cody Latimer to cap off a six-play, 60-yard scoring drive.

Steve Hull has caught four passes for 125 yards on the day so far for the Fighting Illini.

Illinois’ Nathan Scheelhaase reached the 200-yard passing mark for the game thanks to 67 yards in the quarter, and currently sits with 210 yards in all.

Indiana is set to receive to start the second half.

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Second Quarter: Wisconsin 17, BYU 3

Showing balance between run and pass, Wisconsin now leads 17-3. Wisconsin threw for 84 yards and ran for 63 yards in the quarter. Wisconsin’s James White ran for 32 yards in the quarter.

The Badgers are currently on a 10-point run.

Wisconsin added to its advantage when Jack Russell drilled a 37-yard field goal, the last of an 11-play, 63-yard drive to give Wisconsin the lead, 10-3. Eight of the Badgers’ 11 plays on the possession were rushing attempts. White’s 22-yard run took Wisconsin from the 42 and across midfield to ignite the drive.

The Badgers opened up the lead, 17-3, after marching down the field for an 11-play, 65-yard drive that ended when Joel Stave and White combined for a five-yard touchdown. Wisconsin relied on a run play just one time during the series.

BYU will have possession to start the second half.

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Second Quarter: Nebraska 10, Michigan 3

Michigan held Nebraska to just six yards through the air on 1-of-4 passing and 23 yards in total offense in the second quarter, but trail 10-3.

Michigan capped off a 66-yard drive when Brendan Gibbons kicked a 27-yard field goal to make the score 10-3.

For the game, Ameer Abdullah has 68 yards on 15 carries with one touchdown for Nebraska and Devin Gardner is 7-10 for 70 yards passing for the Wolverines.

Michigan will have possession to start the second half.

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First Quarter: Indiana 14, Illinois 14

Indiana’s Tevin Coleman ran for 114 yards and one touchdown in the quarter, and the two teams are tied 14-14 at the end of the first.

Indiana took the game’s first lead after Coleman ran for a 64-yard touchdown.

Illinois tied the score at 7-7 after Josh Ferguson ran for a 21-yard touchdown to cap off a seven-play, 75-yard drive. Illinois went to the air just two times on the possession.

Stephen Houston pounded in a two-yard touchdown run to break the 7-7 standstill in favor of the Hoosiers. The play capped an 11-play, 77-yard scoring drive.

The Fighting Illini tied the game at 14 after Nathan Scheelhaase and Steve Hull hooked up for a 61-yard touchdown to end a four-play, 78-yard drive.

Indiana will start the second quarter with the ball at its own 28-yard line.

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First Quarter: Wisconsin 7, BYU 3

Allowing just 25 yards through the air to BYU in the first quarter, Wisconsin leads 7-3 at the end of the first quarter. Wisconsin’s James White ran for 32 yards and one touchdown and caught three passes for 33 yards in the quarter.

Wisconsin scored when White ran for a four-yard touchdown to finish off an 11-play, 76-yard drive, giving Wisconsin the game’s first lead.

BYU made the score 7-3 after Justin Sorensen kicked a 30-yard field goal to finish off a 67-yard drive.

The Cougars have the ball at their own 36-yard line to begin the second quarter.

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First Quarter: Nebraska 10, Michigan 0

Michigan’s run game never got out of the backfield in the first, as Nebraska held Michigan to -10 rushing yards, and Nebraska leads 10-0 at the end of the first quarter.

Nebraska’s Ameer Abdullah ran for 56 yards and one touchdown in the quarter.

Nebraska took the game’s first lead after Pat Smith drilled a 21-yard field goal on the last play of a nine-play, 44-yard drive. The drive was set up at Michigan’s 48-yard line when Jordan Westerkamp returned a punt.

Nebraska made its lead 10-0 when Abdullah ran for an eight-yard touchdown on the last play of an eight-play, 56-yard drive. The Cornhuskers went to the air just two times on the drive.

The Wolverines have possession at Nebraska’s 26-yard line to start the second quarter.

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Picture proof of the broken Governor’s Victory Bell:

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Cobb, Nelson team up to carry Minnesota past Penn State 24-10

Minnesota beat Penn State 24-10 thanks to a tag-team effort from David Cobb and Philip Nelson on Saturday at TCF Bank Stadium. Nelson racked up 188 yards through the air and Cobb rumbled for 137 yards and one touchdown on the ground.

With the win, the Golden Gophers moved to 8-2 and the Nittany Lions moved to 5-4.

Penn State’s defense gave up six plays of at least 20 yards. The Golden Gophers added to the highlight reel when Cobb rushed 44 yards with 6:30 remaining in the 3rd quarter. But Minnesota failed to capitalize, as that drive was stopped short at Minnesota’s own 36-yard line.

The defense of the Golden Gophers limited Penn State’s offense to a 11.1% percent efficiency on third downs.

Zach Zwinak did his best to carry the Nittany Lions’ offense, turning 26 carries into 149 rushing yards and one touchdown.

Nelson tossed one touchdown and no interceptions. Nelson also ran for 38 yards and one touchdown on 12 attempts. Minnesota finished with 380 total yards, including 188 yards passing while completing 15 of 25 attempts. The Golden Gophers also rushed 46 times for 192 yards for 4.2 yards per attempt.

Penn State’s offense finished the game having gained 353 yards. In addition to Christian Hackenberg’s efforts through the air, the Nittany Lions also rushed 36 times for 189 yards for 5.2 yards per carry.

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Hawkeyes handle over Boilermakers, 38-14

Iowa secured a 38-14 win over Purdue on Saturday at Ross-Ade Stadium and out the game away with a number of scores in the fourth quarter.

With the win, the Hawkeyes moved to 6-4 and the Boilermakers moved to 1-8.

Iowa’s Jake Rudock threw for 191 yards during the game, completing 12 of 20 passes. Rudock finished the game with two touchdowns and no interceptions.

The Hawkeyes racked up 318 yards (6.1 yards per carry) on the ground against Purdue. Jordan Canzeri led Iowa in rushing with 165 yards on 20 attempts.

The Hawkeyes burned the Boilermakers’ defense for four plays of more than 20 yards. With 9:18 to go in the 4th quarter, Rudock found Don Shumpert open for a 35-yard pass, Iowa’s biggest gain of the game. Later in the drive, Rudock tossed a 3-yard touchdown to Jake Duzey, which gave the Hawkeyes a 31-7 lead.

Iowa racked up 509 total yards.

Danny Etling threw for 145 yards while completing 15 of 28 passes for the Boilermakers. Etling tossed one touchdown and no interceptions. Etling had a trusted receiver in Akeem Hunt. He hauled in seven catches for 63 yards. Purdue finished with 266 total yards, including 213 yards passing while completing 20 of 34 attempts. The Boilermakers rushed 28 times for just 53 yards.

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Third Quarter: Minnesota 24, Penn State 10

Minnesota held Penn State to just 18 yards through the air on 3-of-4 passing and 67 yards in total offense in the third quarter and lead 24-10.

Minnesota’s David Cobb topped 100 yards rushing for the game in the quarter, with time to add to his 112 total yards on the ground.

Penn State’s Zach Zwinak rushed for 44 yards in the quarter to put him over 100 yards for the game. He has 140 total yards on the ground so far today.

The Nittany Lions will start the fourth quarter with possession at their own 32-yard line.

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Third Quarter: Iowa 21, Purdue 7

Iowa gained 88 yards on the ground in the third, and Iowa now leads 21-7. Iowa stuffed the run, giving up just 21 yards on the ground in the quarter.

The Hawkeyes are currently on a 14-point run.

Iowa added to its advantage when Mark Weisman ran four yards for a touchdown, capping off a seven-play, 71-yard drive to give Iowa the lead, 21-7. Six of the Hawkeyes’ seven plays on the possession were rushing attempts.

Iowa’s Jordan Canzeri topped 100 yards rushing for the game in the quarter, with time to add to his 124 total yards on the ground.

The Hawkeyes will start the fourth quarter with the ball at their own 38-yard line.

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Second Quarter: Minnesota 24, Penn State 10

Minnesota now leads 24-10 thanks in part to 105 passing yards in the quarter. Minnesota’s Philip Nelson threw for 105 yards and one touchdown in the quarter.

Minnesota made its lead 17-7 when Nelson kept it himself for a six-yard touchdown run on the last play of a 13-play, 70-yard drive. Nelson’s 27-yard pass to Derrick Engel took the Golden Gophers from the 42 and across midfield to ignite the drive.

Penn State finished off a 65-yard drive when Sam Ficken kicked a 26-yard field goal to make the score 17-10.

Minnesota opened up the lead, 24-10, after marching down the field for an 11-play, 74-yard drive that ended when Nelson and Maxx Williams hooked up for a 23-yard touchdown. The Golden Gophers crossed midfield on Nelson’s 26-yard pass to David Cobb from the 29-yard line.

The Nittany Lions will start the second half with the ball.

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Second Quarter: Iowa 14, Purdue 7

Running and passing, Iowa now leads 14-7. Iowa finished with 75 yards through the air and 94 on the ground in the quarter.

The Hawkeyes’ defense allowed Purdue to gain just eight rushing yards.

Iowa scored when Jordan Canzeri ran for a two-yard touchdown to clinch a nine-play, 90-yard drive, giving Iowa the game’s first lead. The Hawkeyes ran the ball on seven of nine plays on the possession, and passed very little. Jake Rudock’s 34-yard pass to Don Shumpert from the 36-yard line pushed Iowa into enemy territory.

The Boilermakers tied things up at seven when a six-play, 35-yard drive ended after Danny Etling tossed a two-yard touchdown to Kurt Freytag. The drive was set up at the Hawkeyes’ 35-yard line when Purdue recovered a fumble.

Iowa broke the 7-7 standoff when Rudock threw a 22-yard touchdown pass to Martin-Manley to finish off a 10-play, 67-yard scoring drive.

The Boilermakers will receive to start the second half.

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First Quarter: Minnesota 10, Penn State 7

In the first quarter, Zach Zwinak ran for 62 yards and one touchdown, but Penn State trails 10-7 at the end of the first quarter. Minnesota’s David Cobb ran for 15 yards and one touchdown in the quarter.

Minnesota got on the scoreboard first with a four-play, one-yard drive that ended in a score when Chris Hawthorne kicked a 45-yard field goal. The drive was set up at the Nittany Lions’ 29-yard line when the Golden Gophers recovered a fumble.

Minnesota added to its advantage when Cobb pounded in a one-yard touchdown run, capping off a 15-play, 96-yard drive to give Minnesota the lead, 10-0.

Penn State made the score 10-7 after Zwinak ran six yards for a touchdown to finish off a 75-yard drive. Five of the Nittany Lions’ six plays during the march downfield were rushing attempts.

The Golden Gophers will start the second quarter with possession on their own 41-yard line.

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First Quarter: Purdue 0, Iowa 0

Iowa held Purdue to just 27 yards through the air on 3-of-4 passing and 54 yards in total offense in the first quarter and the two teams are knotted at 0-0.

In the quarter, Jordan Canzeri had 40 yards on five carries and Jake Rudock had 2-4 for 35 yards passing for Iowa. For Purdue, Danny Etling had 27 yards passing and Brandon Cottom had 15 yards rushing.

The Hawkeyes have the ball on their own 17-yard line to begin the second quarter.

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Another American flag design on a Big Ten team’s helmet:

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Did you see our interview with Minnesota WR Derrick Engel? Good stuff right here:

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Notice a theme here?

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And Purdue’s lid.

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Here’s the helmet Minnesota is wearing today:

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Robyn on 11/9/2013 @ 2:49pm EDT Said:

Military Appreciation Day at Purdue and BTN shows nothing! We have a proud Navy son there and you gave nothing to the military at all! Very disappointing. You were there filming and didn’t show any of the military being honored! Nothing on TV just sommentating and a brief mention of the military.

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