Ohio State knocked out of top 10 in latest college football poll

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Now, the Wolverines have back-to-back wins against Wisconsin and Michigan State, they're directly in the College Football Playoff picture, and Ohio State is reeling after a blowout loss at Purdue.

During the last three games Ohio State hasn't looked like a top 10 team as the IN and Minnesota games were struggles for the first three quarters. Rondale Moore had 170 last Saturday against Ohio State, the 24th best effort in receiving yardage in Purdue history. But the Buckeyes got no points out of that drive when Haubeil missed a 33-yard line wide left with 1:51 left in the first half.

"My main message is we have to treat this like it's life or death", Buckeyes receiver Terry McLaurin said. The 2007 team's historic upset win at No. 5 MI sparked the "Appalachian State rule" - an AP policy change "to make all NCAA Division I teams (FCS and FBS) eligible to receive votes in its Top 25 poll", App State athletics reported. All of those numbers except the touchdowns were Ohio State records.

An Urban Meyer coached team with Haskins at QB and the weapons he has around him shouldn't have troubles scoring inside the 20. "Every time you thought we were going to swing and get back in it, didn't score in the red zone. have a turnover or give up a big hit". "The glaring shortcomings we had were exposed". Washington State is the highest-ranked team in the Pac-12. Meyer was the one calling the shots throughout the game, not Bowen. Two plays later, quarterback Brian Lewerke caught a 4-yard pass from receiver Darrell Stewart off a reverse to pull the Spartans into a tie.

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But none of those efforts were as lacking as the Buckeyes' performance against Purdue. Dantonio's last loss to Purdue came as a defensive backs coach at MSU in 1999 when the Boilermakers defeated the then-No.

Kyle Murray threw four touchdown passes as the No. 9-ranked Sooners erupted to a win over the host Horned Frogs.

Boilermakers: This is easily the biggest win of Brohm's brief tenure, and now the Boilermakers head into the most challenging part of their schedule with momentum and visions of a Big Ten West title.

Michigan: Off until hosting Penn State on November 3. He said on a teleconference Sunday he wasn't going to address the situation, calling it "juvenile". The Wolverines defeated in-state rival Michigan State 21-7 last Saturday.

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