After dominating for the first three quarters, Purdue slowed down for part of the fourth before finishing strong, defeating Michigan State 72-63 in the second round of the Big Ten Tournament in Indianapolis on Thursday afternoon. The Boilermakers led the entire game and built a 15-point lead at one point in the fourth quarter. Four Purdue players made at least 10 points — junior guard Karissa McLaughlin (17 points), senior guard Dominique Oden (15), senior forward Ae'Rianna Harris (15) and junior center Fatou Diagne (11). Harris and Diagne also finished in double digit rebounds, with Harris grabbing 10 and Diagne recording 12. Purdue plays the No. 1 seed Maryland Terrapins Friday at noon in Indianapolis.