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12:00 PMUCONN at MarylandWatch
1:00 PMRichmond at Rutgers Watch
Tuesday Oct 25
4:00 PMVirginia at MarylandWatch
7:00 PMColumbia at Rutgers Watch
7:00 PMSt. Louis at IndianaWatch
7:00 PMDelaware at MarylandWatch
8:00 PMW. Illinois at WisconsinWatch
Wednesday Oct 26
6:00 PMMichigan at IndianaWatch

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Orhian Johnson

3rd Quarter Recap: Ohio State 17, Michigan State 13

Andrew Maxwell led Michigan State in the quarter. He threw for 108 yards and one touchdown and caught a 29-yard touchdown pass, but the margin is still four, as the Spartans trail 17-13. Michigan State made the score 7-6 after Dan Conroy drilled a 50-yard field goal to finish off a 49-yard drive. The Spartans used a grind-it-out style on the drive, as no play went for more than five yards. Ohio State added to its advantage when Drew Basil kicked a 26-yard field goal, capping off a 13-play, 66-yard drive to give the Buckeyes the lead, 10-6. Maxwell’s 29-yard

Akeem Shavers

3rd Quarter Recap: Purdue 45, Marshall 28

Marshall’s Gator Hoskins led the offense in the third quarter. He caught two passes for 29 yards and one touchdown, but the Thundering Herd have closed the gap to 45-28. Marshall made the score 42-21 after Rakeem Cato tossed a 28-yard touchdown to Hoskins to finish off an 87-yard drive. The Thundering Herd relied on a run play just two times on that possession. Marshall made the score 42-28 when Jermaine Kelson returned a blocked punt for a touchdown. Purdue added to its advantage when Paul Griggs kicked a 33-yard field goal, capping off a 15-play, 62-yard drive to give

Antoine Lewis

2nd Quarter Recap: Purdue 42, Marshall 14

Twenty-eight consecutive points in the second quarter has given Purdue a commanding 42-14 lead. Akeem Shavers turned a handoff into a one-yard touchdown to break the 14-14 standoff in favor of Purdue. Purdue opened up the lead, 28-14, after TerBush and Gary Bush combined for a 35-yard touchdown to end a five-play, 53-yard drive. The Boilermakers made the score 35-14 when Ricardo Allen intercepted Cato’s pass and returned it for a touchdown. Purdue made the score 42-14 when Josh Johnson intercepted a Cato pass and returned it for a touchdown. The Thundering Herd’s Tommy Shuler reached the 100-yard receiving mark

Josh Johnson

What's better than one pick 6? Back-to-back ones

Purdue erupted for 28 second-quarter points against Marshall on Saturday, thanks in large part to the defense’s big-play ability. In the span of 102 seconds, cornerbacks Ricardo Allen and Josh Johnson registered back-to-back interception returns for scores. Allen’s Pick 6 marked the fourth of his career, while Johnson’s was his first. Watch Allen’s latest visit to the end zone now and see Johnson’s in this post. [AP: Defense leads Purdue past Marshall] As you may have guessed, the two interceptions returned for scores marked the first time that Purdue returned a pair picks for scores in the same game. And

Matt McGloin

Snap Reactions: Penn State's Matt McGloin for OPOY?

Every Saturday during the football season, senior writer Tom Dienhart offers his Snap Reactions to every Big Ten game. See his thoughts from the Big Ten’s three early Week 5 games in this post. Among his thoughts: Is it time to put Matt McGloin in the conversation for Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year? Penn State 35, Illinois 7 1. Is any team in the Leaders Division playing better than Penn State? Hmm. The Nittany Lions have won three in a row after a 0-2 start. With better kicking, Penn State may be 5-0. As it stands, the

Gary Bush

1st Quarter Recap: Purdue 14, Marshall 7

Purdue’s passing attack looked sharp in the first 15 minutes of action, with 115 yards, and the Boilermakers lead 14-7 at the end of the first quarter. Purdue took the game’s first lead after Caleb TerBush tossed a nine-yard touchdown to Gary Bush on the last play of a 12-play, 89-yard drive. Marshall got even after Rakeem Cato and Antavious Wilson hooked up for a four-yard touchdown to end a 12-play, 85-yard drive that tied the score at seven. Kevin Grooms’ 20-yard run from the 34-yard line pushed the Thundering Herd into enemy territory. A two-play, 44-yard scoring drive by

Le'Veon Bell

1st Quarter Recap: Ohio State 7, Michigan State 3

No. 14 Ohio State racked up 67 rushing yards in the first, and the Buckeyes lead 7-3 at the end of the first quarter. Ohio State got on the scoreboard first, rattling off a seven-play, 75-yard drive that ended in a score when Jordan Hall turned a handoff into a one-yard touchdown. The Buckeyes threw just one time during that series. A 54-yard drive that ended when Dan Conroy made a 30-yard field goal helped No. 18 Michigan State narrow the deficit to 7-3. The Spartans will start the second quarter with the ball on their own 37-yard line. [

Kain Colter

Did You See This? Colter's four rushing TDs

Kain Colter had a day to remember in Northwestern’s Big Ten opener against Indiana on Saturday. The junior ran for a career-high four touchdowns, to go along with 161 rushing yards and 131 receiving yards – both game highs – as the Wildcats improved to 5-0 with a 44-29 victory. Colter’s scores came on runs of eight, eight, 15 and 22 yards. Watch all four scoring scampers now. [AP: Colter leads Northwestern past Indiana, 44-29] Throughout Saturday’s Indiana-Northwestern game, we provided live quarterly recaps and video on our Indiana at Northwestern page.

Zach Zwinak

Penn State rolls Illinois, tallies third straight win

Matt McGloin threw for 211 yards and a touchdown and ran for two more scores to lead Penn State to a 35-7 win over Illinois Saturday in the schools’ Big Ten opener. Sophomore running back Zach Zwinak added 100 yards and two touchdowns for Penn State (3-2). The Nittany Lions forced three turnovers and held the Illini (2-3) scoreless for the first 34 minutes. Linebacker Mike Mauti intercepted Illini quarterback Nathan Scheelhaase twice. [RELATED: Illinois debuts new look for Big Ten opener] The first came on the Penn State goal line and Mauti returned it 99 yards near the end

Kain Colter

Kain Colter carries 'Cats past Indiana, 44-29

Kain Colter ran for 161 yards and four touchdowns, and Northwestern set a school record with 704 yards of total offense in a 44-29 victory over Indiana on Saturday in both teams’ Big Ten Conference opener. Colter also finished with 131 yards receiving. Trevor Siemian threw for 308 yards, and Venric Mark ran for 138 and a touchdown on a day when the Wildcats (5-0) had to hang on after they appeared to be on their way to an easy win. They led 27-0 lead early in the third quarter before things got interesting. [ RECAP |  BY QUARTER |