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.
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