Ohio State lands atop the Big Ten Week 14 power rankings, switching spots with Wisconsin after beating the Badgers in the Big Ten championship game.
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A rivalry shutout sends Wisconsin into Saturday's B1G title game with a 12-0 record and firmly planted in the College Football Playoff discussion.
Jackson Anthrop ran for two scores, Elijah Sindelar threw for two more and Markell Jones rushed for a career high 217 yards Saturday, leading Purdue past Indiana 31-24 and into its first bowl game in five years.
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Purdue's new 65 million dollar facility has all the bells and whistles. ESPN's Paul Carcaterra spends some time with Boilermaker Strength Coach Justin Lovett prior to Old Oaken Bucket Game against Indiana.
The title fight in Indianapolis is already set, but the No. 5 Badgers and No. 9 Buckeyes need to avoid upsets. Plus, three teams vie to go bowling.
Only Wisconsin and Ohio State remain in the conference championship picture and the College Football Playoff discussion.
Richard Lagow threw two touchdown passes Saturday, and Morgan Ellison ran for two more scores as Indiana shut out Rutgers 41-0.
Wisconsin will try to stay in control of their playoff destiny against Michigan, while Ohio State will look to make up some ground in the race.
The Badgers kept their College Football Playoff hopes alive and sewed up the West, while the East remained up for grabs.
Richard Lagow threw for 289 yards and two touchdowns, leading Indiana to a 24-14 victory over Illinois on Saturday.
Wisconsin is the Big Ten's only realistic hope for the College Football Playoff, and a visit from No. 20 Iowa is the Badgers' toughest test to date.
A criminal homicide charge against former Indiana football player Camion Patrick has been dismissed.
The weekend wasn't kind to Big Ten teams who have an eye on the College Football Playoff, which makes Wisconsin's consistency all the more valuable.
Jonathan Taylor rushed for 183 yards and one touchdown and Alec Ingold had three scores Saturday to help No. 4 Wisconsin pull away with a 45-17 victory at Indiana.