NCAA Football Recap Week 6, Purdue Boilermakers Defeat Illinois Fighting Illini 34-31, Saturday, October 8, 2016

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3-2, 3rd in Big Ten – West October 8, 3:30 PM | Turf of Memorial Stadium 1-4, 6th in Big Ten – West

When: 3:30 PM ET, Saturday, October 8, 2016
Where: Memorial Stadium, Champaign, Illinois.

Purdue at Illinois, BOXSCORE
Final OT 1 2 3 4 OT T
PUR 7 14 3 7 3 34
ILL 3 13 7 8 0 31
Rotation /Team /Time Opening Lines
10/08 3:30 PM

-10 -10
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COLLEGE FOOTBALL – Saturday, October 8th, Purdue Boilermakers vs. Maryland Terrapins.

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purdue-boilermakersPurdue Boilermakers +9 -110 +295 50.5 -110
illinois-fighting-illiniIllinois Fighting Illini -9 -110 -360 50.5 -110
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Brian Lankford-Johnson scampered through the Illinois defense for 127 yards as Purdue handed the Fighting Illini a 34-31 defeat on Saturday at Memorial Stadium.

Bettors who backed the Boilermakers were also rewarded, as they covered the closing number as an underdog of +9.0 at sportsbooks. Over-Under bettors saw the total score go OVER the closing total of 48.5.

Brian Lankford-Johnson rushed for 127 yards, while Richie Worship added 60 yards in the win. Domonique Young and Malik Kimbrough added 59 and 51 receiving yards respectively.

Chayce Crouch rushed for 137 yards for Illinois, while Reggie Corbin added 92 yards. Chayce Crouch threw for 142 yards for the Fighting Illini, while receivers Malik Turner and Reggie Corbin had 129 and 30 yards respectively.

Purdue lost the offensive yardage battle to Illinois 499-459 yards in Saturday’s game. Purdue had more first downs as that total ended up 25-24.

Purdue led the time of possession tally, as the game finished as a 30:06-29:54 split in that important category.

Next game, Purdue takes its act home to face Iowa looking for another win. For Illinois, they head on the road to face Rutgers.

J.D Delinger’s 28-yard field goal in overtime lifted Purdue lifted to a 34-31 victory over Illinois on Saturday in “The Cannon Trophy” game at Memorial Stadium at Champaign, Ill.

The Illini’s Chase McLaughlin’s 41-yard field-goal attempt as time expired in regulation bounced off the goal post to send the game into overtime.

McLaughlin had been perfect on the season on field goal (5 of 5) and extra-point attempts (12 of 12) until that miss.

Purdue (3-2, 1-1 in the Big Ten) won the coin toss heading into overtime and elected to play defense. The decision proved to be the difference as Illinois quarterback Chayse Crouch fumbled to put Purdue in a position to win the game.

Until then, Crouch was magnificent for Illinois (1-4, 0-2), coming off the bench to replace injured starter Wes Lunt in the second quarter.

Crouch finished with more than 260 total yards and a pair of touchdowns.

McLaughlin got the chance to win the game in a hectic final minute of regulation after Hardy Nickerson intercepted a pass by Purdue quarterback David Blough.

Nickerson’s interception came after Blough’s third-down pass fluttered to the turf. But a targeting call on Illini defensive back Carroll Phillips gave Purdue new life.

Heading into Saturday, both teams were desperate for a win.

Illinois, under first-year coach Lovie Smith, had lost three straight games.

The Boilermakers, with fourth-year coach Darrell Hazell on the hot seat with a 2-23 conference record, were blown out by Maryland last week 50-7.

The offenses were on display in the first half when the Boilermakers took a 21-16 lead into intermission. The teams combined for more than 500 first-half yards.

The big difference was, Purdue converted 7 of 10 third-down conversions while Illinois was only 1 for 5.

The Illini opened the scoring on McLaughlin’s 20-yard field goal to cap a seven-play, 78-yard drive.

The Boilermakers countered near the end of the first quarter by scoring the game’s first touchdown on Blough’s 5-yard run to put Purdue up 7-3.

Crouch’s 26-yard run at 5:11 in the second put Illinois up 14-13.

Blough marched the Boilermakers 75 yards to pay dirt and the lead in a little over two minutes. Malik Kimbrough hauled in a 45-yard scoring strike and Delinger’s extra point made it 21-13.

McLaughlin was good from 34 yards with 29 seconds left in the half to make the score 21-16.

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