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QB Dwayne Haskins, Ohio State
In the biggest game of the season, he completed 20-of-31 passes for 396 yards and six touchdown, and he ran seven times for 34 yards in the 62-39 win over Michigan.
7. Penn State 38, Maryland 3
Penn State didn’t let Maryland make this interesting. The Nittany Lion D stuffed the Terp ground game, allowing just a first quarter field goal. Trace McSorley threw for 230 yards and ran for two touchdowns.
6. Minnesota 37, Wisconsin 15
Minnesota finally got back the Paul Bunyan Axe with a dominant game, forcing four turnovers and outgaining the Badgers 201 yards to 170 on the ground. Wisconsin didn’t show up.
5. Michigan State 14, Rutgers 10
It was close, the end with dramatic – a Michigan State interception near the goal line – and it was a fight. It was also awful. The offenses took turns seeing which one could be worse.
4. Northwestern 24, Illinois 16
Illinois made it interesting late with ten fourth quarter points, but Northwestern controlled the game most of the way after a 21-6 halftime lead. Isaiah Bowser ran for 166 yards.
3. Purdue 28, Indiana 21
Purdue survived a late rally from Indiana to win the bowl-or-go-home game. David Blough threw three touchdown passes, Rondale Moore scores from 56 and 33 yards out, and the Boilermakers ruined Indiana’s hope of getting bowl eligible.
2. Ohio State 62, Michigan 39
It was a historic performance as Ohio State rolled up points in all phases, led by Dwayne Haskins’ six touchdown passes, a massive day from Parris Campbell, and explosions on defense and special teams to destroy Michigan’s season.
1. Iowa 31, Nebraska 28
Nebraska rallied back in the fourth quarter with 15 points to tie it at 28, but Iowa got a 41-yard Miquel Recinos field goal as time ran out to survive. Mekhi Sargent ran for 173 yards and a score for the Hawkeyes.