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Ohio State Vs. Purdue: Buckeyes Lose 26-23 In Overtime After Blocked Extra Point In Regulation

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Ohio State Vs. Purdue Final Score: Buckeyes Lose In Overtime, 26-23

Ohio State had an opportunity to sneak out a win themselves in regulation, after Braxton Miller did a tremendous job scrambling and finding Jordan Hall for the game-tying touchdown. All they had to do was hit the extra point and they would've had a one-point lead with under a minute left in the game. However, the extra point was blocked and overtime was all but assured. 

In the overtime period, OSU couldn't convert their own third down conversion and then allowed Purdue to convert a third-and-12 that put them at first-and-goal from the one yard line. Purdue quarterback Robert Marve sneaked and scored on the very first play to hand the Buckeyes their second straight loss to Purdue.

Despite the blocked extra point that could've won it for the Buckeyes in regulation, looking at the first quarter, when they gained a total of 11 yards and trailed 10-0, should tell the real story as to why they lost this one.

For further reading, news, discussion and more, visit Ohio State Buckeyes blog Along the Olentangy and Purdue Boilermakers blog Hammer & Rails. Here’s the complete Week 10 college football TV schedule, and stay tuned to SB Nation’s college football news hub for more.

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Ohio State Vs. Purdue Score Update: Buckeyes Tie It, But Have Extra Point Blocked To Force Overtime

The Buckeyes climbed themselves out of an early 10-point deficit and had a chance to win it, but a blocked extra point forced overtime. 

Purdue added three points early in the fourth quarter to put the Boilermakers up 20-14. The 44 yard field goal proved to be huge for Purdue, as Ohio State would wind up scoring a touchdown with less than a minute left in the game, putting them just an extra point away from a win. 

Unfortunately for the Buckeyes, the usually automatic extra point was blocked and the game would remain tied with just 55 seconds left. 

Purdue had a chance to kick a potentially game-winning field goal, but the Buckeyes picked off a Robert Marve pass at their own 12 yard line.

Overtime it is. 

For further reading, news, discussion and more, visit Ohio State Buckeyes blog Along the Olentangy and Purdue Boilermakers blog Hammer & Rails. Here’s the complete Week 10 college football TV schedule, and stay tuned to SB Nation’s college football news hub for more.

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Ohio State Vs. Purdue Score Update: Buckeyes Down 17-14 Through Third Quarter

Ohio State regrouped at halftime and started the third quarter exactly as they had hoped, forcing a three-and-out on Purdue and then putting points on the scoreboard on their first possession. 

After getting the ball back in pretty good field position, Jordan Hall broke off a 25 yard run into Iowa territory. After another four yard run from Hall, Carlos Hyde and Braxton Miller took care of the rest -- Hyde and Miller picked up the remaining 29 yards on six combined rushes to put Ohio State down just three, 17-14. 

Neither team could get much else going in the quarter, although Purdue did drive to OSU's 34 yard line before the Buckeyes stopped them on three consecutive plays. 

The Buckeyes will start the fourth quarter with the ball, but face a third down. 

For further reading, news, discussion and more, visit Ohio State Buckeyes blog Along the Olentangy and Purdue Boilermakers blog Hammer & Rails. Here’s the complete Week 10 college football TV schedule, and stay tuned to SB Nation’s college football news hub for more.

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Ohio State Vs. Purdue Score Update: Buckeyes Down 17-7 At Halftime

The Buckeyes found their offense after stopping the Boilermakers on third-and-six to start the second quarter. All it took was a couple holes in the Purdue defense.

A 20 yard pass from Braxton Miller to Dan Herron gave the Buckeyes their first first down of the game and the football in Purdue territory. A few plays later, from the 38 yard line, Miller hit Jordan Hall, who took it to the house for a touchdown to make it 10-7.

After a couple punts for both teams, the Boilermakers drove down the field with ease on the Buckeyes' defense. Ralph Bolden capped a 13-play drive with a seven yard touchdown to put the Boilermakers back up by 10 with a little over three minutes left in the half. 

OSU had a chance to add three at the end of the half, but Drew Basil missed a 50 yard try.

OSU was out-gained 247 yards to 81 in the first half.

For further reading, news, discussion and more, visit Ohio State Buckeyes blogAlong the Olentangy and Purdue Boilermakers blog Hammer & Rails. Here’s the complete Week 10 college football TV schedule, and stay tuned to SB Nation’scollege football news hub for more.

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Ohio State Vs. Purdue Score Update: Buckeyes In Early 10-0 Hole Vs. Boilermakers

The 6-3 Ohio State Buckeyes have lost three of their last five games in West Lafayette, and they find themselves down again early vs. Purdue. 

Ohio State went three-and-out on all three of its possessions in the first quarter and have not been able to stop the Boilermakers offense. Both Purdue drives in the quarter lasted double-digit plays and resulted in points, the first being a chip shot 19 yard field goal and the second drive being an Akeem Shavers four yard rushing touchdown. 

The Buckeyes have only 11 yards of total offense, opposite Purdue's 136 yards.

When the second quarter starts, Purdue will have the ball at midfield.

For further reading, news, discussion and more, visit Ohio State Buckeyes blog Along the Olentangy and Purdue Boilermakers blog Hammer & Rails. Here’s the complete Week 10 college football TV schedule, and stay tuned to SB Nation’s college football news hub for more.

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Ohio State Vs. Purdue Game Time, TV Schedule And More

Ohio State needs to win its last three regular season games if it wants any chance at playing in the first ever Big Ten Championship game, and that goal starts this week when they travel to West Lafayette to face Purdue. Ohio State's last trip to West Lafayette resulted in a memorable 26-18 win by the hosts, and OSU has now lost three of its last five games at Purdue. Purdue is the only opponent to boast three home wins over Ohio State since 2000.

Game date, time: 12 pm ET, Saturday, November 12, 2011

Location: Ross-Ade Stadium, West Lafayette, IN

TV channel: Big Ten Network

Spread: Ohio State favored by 7.5

Series history: 38-13-2

For further reading, news, discussion and more, visit Ohio State Buckeyes blog Along the Olentangy and Purdue Boilermakers blog Hammer & Rails. Here’s the complete Week 10 college football TV schedule, and stay tuned to SB Nation’s college football news hub for more.

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Ohio State Vs. Purdue: Along The Olentangy Confident Of An Ohio State Victory

the Ohio State offense has been one-dimensional during its three game winning streak over Indiana, Wisconsin, and Illinois, but a solid running game and a stout defense have made the difference. As the Buckeyes head to West Lafayette this week to face Purdue in a game they need to have in order to stay alive in the Legends Division race SB Nation's Along the Olentangy is feeling very confident int he defense against an erratic Purdue offense:

Really, there is little excuse for Ohio State's defense to not dominate Purdue. The Boilermakers have been inept against talented defenses, and the Buckeyes may be the best they've seen yet. Ohio State should push the Purdue running game backwards and have no trouble with the anemic passing attack, which more often than not shoots itself in the foot.

The Buckeyes are looking to reverse their trend of games in West Lafayette. The Buckeyes have lost three of their past five games at Ross-Ade Stadium.

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Ohio State Vs. Purdue: Buckeyes Head To Their Personal House Of Horrors

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