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Wisconsin's Jonathan Tayor scored on a 17-yard touchdown run in the third overtime as the Badgers beat Purdue, 47-44, Saturday in Ross-Ade Stadium. The TD run came after Purdue (5-6, 4-4) was forced to kick a 41-yard field goal in its portion of the OT.
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The Purdue swimming and diving teams close out their dual meet schedules this weekend with the annual two-day Big Ten Triple Duals, hosted by Northwestern this season.
The Purdue swimming and diving teams compete against a Big Ten opponent for the first time since early November on Saturday when they visit Indiana for the annual rivalry dual meet.
Five Boilermakers each won a pair of individual events, highlighting the senior salute meet for the Purdue swimming and diving teams Friday evening at the Boilermaker Aquatic Center.
Both the Purdue men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams will recognize their senior swimmers during Friday’s final home co-ed meet of the season.
Senior freestyle swimmer Allie Davis won Big Ten swimmer of the week for this week, along with Emily Kopas of Michigan and Yu Zhou of Minnesota, behind three first-place finishes that added to a Purdue victory at the Florida International Sprint Invitational.
Familiar faces, strong rivalries and down-to-the-wire finishes are some of the annual hallmarks of this weekend’s dual meet against Notre Dame.