Ohio State vs. Purdue score update: Buckeyes tie Boilermakers at end of regulation

The Buckeyes go 70 yards to tie the Boilermakers with :03 left

With Braxton Miller out and time not on their side, the Ohio State Buckeyes drove 70 yards and got the two-point conversion to tie Purdue with three seconds to play in regulation.

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Behind backup Kenny Guiton, Ohio State needed the score and two in a two-minute drill to keep the game alive. Guiton hit Chris Fields in the endzone and completed the conversion to Jeff Heuerman. Purdue's defense was holding strong for almost the entire game, just a week after getting destroyed on the ground by Wisconsin a week ago. The Boilermakers could really use this one if they hope to make a bowl game, but they'll have to do it in overtime.

So we'll be treated to B1G bonusball, which is kind of like being able to spend an extra two hours at that great aunt's house who has the bowl of hard candy.

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