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7-1, 2nd in Big Ten - East
Purdue coach Jeff Brohm thought his team was aggressive from the start (2:07)
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No. 2 Ohio State stumbles at Purdue, gets blown out 49-20

D.J. Knox rushed for 128 yards and three touchdowns, David Blough threw for three more scores and Purdue shook up the College Football Playoff chase with a 49-20 blowout of No. 2 Ohio State on Saturday.

Purdue gets game-sealing pick-6 (0:55)
Purdue stuns undefeated Ohio State (2:18)
Tyler Trent is pumped about Purdue leading Ohio State (1:25)
Purdue's Moore breaks multiple tackles to score TD (1:28)

Heather Dinich ESPN Senior Writer 

Ohio State's loss to Purdue doesn't eliminate the Buckeyes, but it puts pressure on them to finish as a one-loss Big Ten champ, which means beating Michigan on Nov. 24. According to ESPN's Playoff Predictor, Ohio State's chances of making the playoff dropped to 42 percent. The loss also opened the door for Oklahoma to get back into the debate if the Sooners can finish as a one-loss champ.

Ivan Maisel ESPN Senior Writer 

Can't help but think of last year when Ohio State could not make the playoff because of a 31-point loss to Iowa. Losing by 29 at Purdue seems just as tough to overcome, although, as tonight showed, the Buckeyes need to worry about finding a running game more than they do making the playoff.

Purdue's Knox scores 3rd TD of the day (0:42)

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Purdue has clearly been the better team tonight, but Ohio State's season-long problems -- giving up too many big plays, no consistent run game, too many penalties red zone inefficiency -- have shown up all game. The Buckeyes are getting exactly what they deserve, and probably what they've deserved for several weeks.

Purdue RB takes off for 42-yard TD run (1:03)

Ivan Maisel ESPN Senior Writer 

For those of us who have paid little attention to Purdue before tonight, yes, the Boilermakers started 0-3. But those three losses came by a total of eight points. Purdue won last three (BC/Neb/Ill) by 70 points. Young defense has made huge strides over first half of season.

Purdue RB powers into end zone for TD (0:45)
Purdue up on No. 2 OSU at the half (1:31)

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Jeff Brohm wanted to get this game to the second half with an opportunity. His Purdue team certainly has one after controlling play for the first 30 minutes. A fake field goal attempt allowed Purdue to tack on a second touchdown right before halftime, and the Boilers lead 14-3. Ohio State's Dwayne Haskins has nice numbers (20 of 26 for 173 yards) but little to show for it, as penalties (9 for 71 yards) have doomed Ohio State. Neither team is running the ball but Purdue has been better with its schemes and execution.

Purdue extends lead with 9-yard TD (0:54)

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Ohio State's offense can't find a rhythm, largely because its offensive line keeps drawing penalties. The Buckeyes false-started on their first play from scrimmage and have two more false starts and a holding penalty (they also had an illegal formation penalty declined). A very sloppy start (again) for Urban Meyer's offense.

Purdue's No. 1 fan defies the odds to attend game (1:02)

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

A statement drive by Purdue: 98 yards in 15 plays, capped by an incredible one-handed catch by Isaac Zico for a 13-yard score in the corner of the end zone. Ohio State's inability to contain Rondale Moore or limit explosive plays showed up again, as Purdue mixed its calls and got a lot of skill players involved. The Boilers overcame several negative-yardage plays and know they can gash the Buckeyes.

Purdue WR makes one-handed TD catch (0:34)

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Ohio State assistant Tony Alford warms up the Buckeye running backs before tonight's game at Purdue.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Sophomore Dwayne Haskins is undefeated as Ohio State's starting quarterback. After a shaky first half three weeks ago at Penn State, Haskins will be looking to attack Purdue's defense tonight

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Urban Meyer and the Ohio State Buckeyes have arrived at Ross-Ade Stadium.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

It's very windy here in West Lafayette. Winds supposed to die down after dark but could be a factor early in tonight's game.

Team Stats

Passing Yards371.43rd
Rushing Yards185.452nd
Points For46.36th
Points Against19.124th