Week 2 Football Recaps – Big Ten Conference

SATURDAY, SEPT. 10
MINNESOTA 62, western Illinois 10: Tanner Morgan threw for 287 yards and a touchdown in 2 1/2 quarters and had one of Minnesota’s seven rushing touchdowns in a 62-10 win over Western Illinois on Saturday. Mohamed Ibrahim (23 carries for 130 yards) and Trey Potts (10 carries for 79 yards) each had two rushing touchdowns for the Gophers (2-0), whose 679 total yards were the third-most in program history. [FULL RECAP]

STATE OF OHIO 45, State of Arkansas 12: No. 3 Ohio State (2-0) found the end zone six times with an extra field goal to defeat visiting Arkansas State (1-1) 45-12 on Saturday at Ohio Stadium. Quarterback CJ Stroud teamed with wide receiver Marvin Harrison Jr. for three touchdowns, while running back TreVeyon Henderson added a pair of touchdowns on 10 carries covering 87 yards on the day. [FULL RECAP]

PENN STATE 46, Ohio 10: Nick Singleton rushed 10 times for 179 yards and two touchdowns as Penn State’s defense outscored Ohio 46-10 on Saturday. Penn State (2-0) got run after run from Singleton, a freshman who torched the Bobcats with touchdown sprints of 70 and 44 yards in the first and fourth quarters. [FULL RECAP]

Duke 31, NORTHWEST 23: Jordan Waters had a pair of rushing touchdowns, Riley Leonard threw for scores and Duke beat Northwestern 31-23 on Saturday. Leonard, who completed 13 of 24 passes for 240 yards and an interception, found Jordan Moore with a short touchdown pass early in the fourth quarter to give Duke a 28-16 lead and Brandon Johnson had a late interception in Wildcat territory. to set a field. goal with 1:18 remaining. [FULL RECAP]

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MARYLAND 56, Charlotte 21: Taulia Tagovailoa threw for a career-high 391 yards and four touchdowns, and the mighty Maryland Terrapins defeated the Charlotte 49ers 56-21 on Saturday to improve to 2-0 for the third time in four seasons under coach in boss Michael Locksley. [FULL RECAP]

State of Washington 17, WISCONSIN 14: Nakia Watson scored two touchdowns against her former team as Washington State beat No. 19 Wisconsin 17-14 on Saturday. [FULL RECAP]

ILLINOIS 24, Virginia 3:
Chase Brown rushed for 146 yards on 20 carries, Tommy DeVito threw for 196 yards and two touchdowns and the Illinois defense stifled Virginia’s once-powerful offense to lead the Fighting Illini to a 24-3 victory on Saturday. Cornerback Devon Witherspoon shone with seven tackles and three pass breakups and defensive end Keith Randolph had 2.5 tackles for loss, one sack and seven tackles. [FULL RECAP]

State of Iowa 10, IOWA 7:
Xavier Hutchinson caught an 8-yard touchdown pass from Hunter Dekkers in the fourth quarter, completing a 99-yard drive to lead Iowa State past Iowa, 10-7, on Saturday. [FULL RECAP]

MICHIGAN STATE 52, Akron 0: Jalen Berger rushed for 107 yards and three touchdowns and Michigan State’s defense forced four fumbles Saturday to help the 14th-ranked Spartans to a 52-0 victory over Akron. It was the largest margin of victory for Michigan State (2-0) since beating East Michigan by 59 points in 2014. [FULL RECAP]

PURDUE 56, Indiana State 0: Aidan O’Connell and Charlie Jones connected for three touchdowns, then took over the second half as Purdue defeated FCS foe Indiana State 56-0 on Saturday. Jones caught nine passes for 133 yards in his second straight 100-yard game since trading from Iowa to Purdue (1-1) so he could reunite with O’Connell, his childhood friend. O’Connell was 17 of 19 for 211 yards and four touchdowns. He now has 48 career touchdown passes from him, surpassing Scott Campbell (45) for sixth in school history. [FULL RECAP]

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RUTGERS 66, Wagner 7: Tight end Johnny Langan threw and caught a touchdown pass as Rutgers blew out Wagner 66-7 on Saturday. After Wagner opened the game with a 31-yard pass play, the Rutgers defense toughened up and stopped the Seahawks on fourth-and-4. [FULL RECAP]


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