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4-3, 2nd in Big Ten - West

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

Updated Big Ten projections after OSU's upset loss last night. Michigan is now the favorite and Purdue (!) has a 1 in 20 shot at the conference title.

Herbstreit: Ohio State has a lot of work to do (1:21)
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2dAdam Rittenberg

Purdue student with cancer sees OSU upset

Purdue student Tyler Trent, who is battling terminal bone cancer and is in hospice care, was on hand to see the school's upset over No. 2 Ohio State.

Purdue dents OSU's CFP hopes with rout (1:00)
Tyler Trent speaks to the Boilermakers after upset win over Ohio State (1:15)

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's Purdue student and superfan Tyler Trent being escorted to the locker room as the Boilers finished off a 49-20 win over No. 2 Ohio State.


Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

"The glaring shortcomings we have were exposed," Urban Meyer says after Ohio State's 49-20 loss to Purdue.


Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

"This was for you!" Purdue fans salute Tyler Trent as he circles the field at Ross-Ade Stadium. Trent later was taken to the Boilers' locker room to continue the celebration.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Jeff Brohm has transformed Purdue's program in less than two years. It all came together tonight against Ohio State.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

One happy guy: Tyler Trent. A true inspiration.

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)

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)

Team Stats

Passing Yards337.66th
Rushing Yards176.763rd
Points For36.0Tied-28th
Points Against22.7Tied-39th