BLOOMINGTON, Indiana — After an emotional win at Michigan State on Saturday, Indiana will end the 2022 season with a rivalry game against Purdue.
The Boilermakers are favored with 10.5 points and the over/under is set at 55.5 points for the Old Oaken Bucket vs. Indiana game. This game kicks off at 3:30 p.m. ET at Memorial Stadium in Bloomington, Indiana. 6 with a 5-5 record in the last 10 matchups.
Indiana ended its seven-game losing streak with a thrilling one-two in overtime at Michigan State on Saturday to win the Old Brass Spittoon and move up to 4-7 in the season. The Hoosiers scored the final 25 points of the game to win 39-31 and overcame a 17-point deficit 6-17 in the third quarter.
Purdue defeated Northwestern 17-9 at home on Saturday to improve his record to 7-4. Aidan O’Connell threw two touchdown passes, and the Boilermakers’ defense recovered from a fumble in the third quarter to intercept Northwestern quarterback Cole Freeman.
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Purdue and Iowa lead the Big Ten West division with a 7-4 aggregate record and a 5-3 mark in conference play. Iowa holds the head-to-head tiebreaker after a 24-3 win in Purdue on Nov. 5. That means the Boilermakers must defeat Indiana and hope for a home loss from Iowa to Nebraska to win the Big Ten West.
It’s easy for Iowa — beat Nebraska and go head-to-head with No. 2 Ohio State winner Michigan in the Big Ten Championship game at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana.
- GAME STORY: Indiana Football won its first game since September 17 with a 39-31 win over Michigan State in double overtime. With improbable touchdowns, a kickoff return, a tipped-ball interception and two blocked field goals in overtime, this game had it all. CLICK HERE
- INDIANA CELEBRATES WIN AT MICHIGAN STATE: Indiana’s 39-31 double overtime win at Michigan State prompted much post-game celebration on the field and in the locker room. CLICK HERE
- DEXTER WILLIAMS II REACTS TO WIN: Indiana quarterback Dexter Williams II addressed the post-game press conference following the Hoosiers’ 39-31 overtime win over Michigan State to claim the Old Brass Spittoon. The full transcript is included below, and the video is attached. CLICK HERE
- WHAT TOM ALLEN SAID: Indiana football coach Tom Allen went to the media to reclaim the Old Brass Spittoon after the Hoosiers’ 39-31 overtime win over Michigan State. Read his full transcript or just listen to the attached audio of the entire press conference. CLICK HERE
- WHAT JONATHAN HAYNES SAID: Indiana defenseman Jonathan Haynes spoke with play-by-play announcer Don Fischer after he posted 12 tackles and one interception in the Hoosiers’ 39-31 win over Michigan State on Saturday. CLICK HERE