Purdue Vs. Wisconsin Final Score: Badgers Destroy Boilermakers, 62-17

The game between Wisconsin and Purdue was effectively over after the 24-7 second quarter that gave the Badgers a 38-17 lead, but the rules of the game require that all four quarters be played. So Wisconsin proceeded to score 24 more points, Purdue put nothing else on the board, and the final ended up being 62-17.

Russell Wilson was 15-of-20 passing for 204 yards and a pair of touchdowns. He spread those passes among nine different receivers. Wilson had 76 more yards and another touchdown on 10 rushes. And Montee Ball churned out 224 yards and three more touchdowns.

Caleb TerBush, meanwhile, was the only Purdue offensive player to scratch the 100 yardage mark in any category, and barely at that -- he was 10-of-19 for 103 yards, a touchdown and two picks passing. Ralph Bolden, the Boilermakers' top rusher, had 49 yards on nine carries.

Wisconsin fans can take look at Bucky's 5th Quarter for more on their team. You can check out Hammer and Rails for more Purdue news and commentary. And keep it on our storystream here if you want all the college football scores.

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