UPDATED: Big Ten College Football Scores In Week 12: Nov. 19

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Big Ten College Football scores and results from the games that took place in Week 12, on Saturday, November 19.

No. 2 Ohio State 17, Michigan State 16

EAST LANSING, Mich. — Mike Weber ran for 111 yards and a touchdown, and No. 2 Ohio State held on for a 17-16 win over Michigan State in a key Big Ten college football score on Saturday.

The Buckeyes (10-1, 7-1 Big Ten) were leading 17-10 when LJ Scott scored on a 1-yard run with 4:41 to play and cut the deficit to one-point.

However, Tyler O’Connor saw his pass on a 2-point conversion attempt intercepted in the end zone and then Gareon Conley picked him off late again to seal the win for Ohio State.

“They had us covered up on that particular play,” Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio said about the failed two-point conversion. “So good job by them.”

The Spartans (3-8, 1-7 Big Ten) had won the ball back at their own 20 with 2:04 left, but Gareon Conley intercepted O’Connor again to seal the vital win for the Buckeyes, who will face Michigan in the next week.

J.T. Barrett threw a 24-yard touchdown pass to Curtis Samuel in the first quarter for a touchdown and ran for 105-yards on 24 carries for Ohio State.

Scott ran for 160 yards and also took a 64-yard catch for a touchdown for Michigan State in the defeat. He finished with two catches for 76 yards.

No. 3 Michigan 20, Indiana 10

De’Veon Smith ran for 158 yards and two scores, backup quarterback John O’Korn recovered from a shaky first start, and No. 3 Michigan pick up a vital 20-10 win over Indiana in a Big Ten score on Saturday.

The Hoosiers (5-6, 3-5 Big Ten) led 7-3 at halftime and then took a 10-6 lead after the interval.

However, Smith ran for 34 and 39 yard scores in the third quarter in a 17 point period to blow the game open in the snow for the home side.

Michigan was without starting quarterback Wilton Speight, who suffered a broken collarbone last week and will miss the rest of the regular season, reports Mgoblog.com.

Richard Lagow threw for 191 yards for Indiana with Nick Westbrook catching four passes for 78 yards in the defeat.

The Wolverines (10-1, 7-1 Big Ten) will next face Ohio State in a vital Big Ten East Division showdown next Saturday.

Looking ahead of the clash with the Buckeyes, Michigan linebacker Jabrill Peppers said: “It’s us and them. The winner probably earns their spot in the College Football Playoff.”

No. 7 Wisconsin 49, Purdue 20

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Bradrick Shaw ran for two scores and No. 7 Wisconsin used a massive 35-point second quarter performance to setup a 49-20 victory over Purdue in a Big Ten college football score on Saturday.

T.J. Watt returned an interception 17 yards for a score, Alec Ingold took a catch for a TD and ran for another score, while Corey Clement rushed for 112 yards and a touchdown for the Badgers (9-2, 6-2 Big Ten) to win their fifth straight.

David Blough threw for 206 yards and two touchdowns for Purdue with DeAngelo Yancey taking six catches for 155 yards and two scores for the Boilermakers (3-8, 1-7 Big Ten).

In Other Scores

In another completed Big Ten college football score, Terrell Newby ran for a career-high three touchdowns and 98 yards, and No. 18 Nebraska beat struggling Maryland 28-7.

Ryker Fyfe, filling in at QB for the injured Tommy Armstrong Jr., passed for 220 yards and a TD in the victory.

The Cornhuskers (9-2, 6-2 Big Ten) took a 28-0 lead before the Terrapins (5-6, 2-6 Big Ten) got on the scoresheet.

Max Bortenschlager went passed for 191 yards and a touchdown and D.J. Moore took six catches for 124 yards and a TD for Maryland in the defeat.

Maryland was losing for the fourth time in a row.

No. 3 Michigan, another strong College Football Playoff contender, is currently facing Indiana.

Big Ten College Football Scores
Week 12, Saturday, November 19

No. 2 Ohio State 17, Michigan State 16
No. 3 Michigan 20, Indiana 10
No. 7 Wisconsin 49, Purdue 20
No. 8 Penn State 39, Rutgers 0
No. 18 Nebraska 28, Maryland 7
Iowa 28, Illinois 0
Minnesota 29, Northwestern 12

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