Posted October 20, 2012 on AP on Fox
After two landslide defeats, losing a close one didn't feel any better to Purdue. Caleb TerBush and the Boilermakers had No. 7 Ohio State right where they wanted. The Buckeyes were down by eight points with 47 seconds left and a long way to go to the end zone. They were also missing their star quarterback. But backup Kenny Guiton threw a TD pass with 3 seconds left and followed it with another completion for the tying two-point conversion to force overtime. From there, the Buckeyes scored on a run by Carlos Hyde, and the Boilermakers misfired on four passes. That was enough for Ohio State to seal a 29-22 victory. ''The past couple of weeks we got blown out at home,'' TerBush said, referring to 44-13 and 38-14 losses to Michigan and Wisconsin, respectively. ''Then we fight down to the wire at Ohio State. It would have been a huge win for us. It's disappointing, but as we learned from the past couple of weeks, we have to move on.'' What coul...

Video: Purdue scores against Buckeyes on first play from scrimmage

The Purdue Boilermakers got off to a fast start against the host Ohio State Buckeyes at "The Horseshoe" on Saturday. Seen here is Akeem Shavers hauling in a 83-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Caleb TerBush on the game's first play from scrimmage. The Buckeyes are looking to remain undefeated both overall (7-0) and in Big Ten play (3-0) while the Boilermakers are...
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