Published: Tue, October 23, 2018
Sports | By Angie Alvarado

Purdue burns Ohio State with fake FG, which leads to TD

Purdue burns Ohio State with fake FG, which leads to TD

MSU takes on Purdue at home this Saturday, a team coming off a huge upset win over Ohio State. "Coach said that was B.S. - it's not". And with four scoring plays of at least 40 yards in the final 12 minutes, the Boilermakers shattered their school record for points scored in the series. "People running into you, falling over and I'm like, 'No, get up please.' I mean, it was a great time and an fantastic moment".

A college football coaching insider has a troubling update about Urban Meyer and his Ohio State football program in the wake of the Buckeyes' loss to Purdue on Saturday night. As I said, it's the opposite of BS. "We came in and played aggressive and I think you have to play aggressive against these guys".

While its offense is improving, Michigan's defense has been the best in the Big Ten since the start of conference play.

Yes, it would appear that all Notre Dame needs to do is win the last five games of the season - all of which they will be favored in - to punch a ticket to the College Football Playoff.

Now Ohio State must fight its way back into the CFP mix.

"I don't know what their reasons were (for not offering him) and that's their fault, because he's an awesome player", Knox said.

"We didn't come in with a mentality, feeling like we had all these mistakes", McLaurin said. With Purdue up 21-6, the Boilers stopped a fourth-and-goal from the 2-yard line, sniffing out a swing pass attempt that landed incomplete. "We did a good job of making the quarterback feel uncomfortable with a lot of different looks". OSU is off this week before playing Nebraska on November 3.

Ohio State is all too familiar with being on the brink of a semifinal spot, as the 2014 Big Ten championship game was exactly the boost the Buckeyes needed to get into the top four, while last year's Big Ten title win over Wisconsin wasn't enough for the two-loss champs.

This was not your night, Ohio State.

As for the remaining 11-through-25, here's how they stand.

Buckeyes: "I never thought I would have to throw the ball 73 times for us to win", Haskins said. "We just didn't do that today".

"They gave us a time: 'It'll be at 9:45.' Said, 'OK, great.' Then, 'Well, it might be 9:55. now it is going to be 9:55, ' a day later".

The point spread does nothing but illustrate the point that, "Whatever is being said out there doesn't matter and what counts what you do on the field".

Buckeyes: Have a bye week to contemplate what went wrong before hosting Nebraska on November 3.

To summarize: Roughly two hours before kickoff Saturday, Michigan State players followed their tradition of walking the field arm in arm.

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