Surprises and Close Finishes Mark Saturday's Football Action
Nov. 10, 2007
Wisconsin 37, Michigan 21: Senior quarterback Tyler Donovan threw for one touchdown and scrambled for another as Wisconsin held off a fourth-quarter rally to upset No. 13 Michigan 37-21 on Saturday.
Iowa 21, Minnesota 16: Albert Young rushed for 92 yards and two touchdowns, Jake Christensen added 157 yards passing and Iowa became bowl eligible with a 21-16 victory over Minnesota on Saturday.
Michigan State 48, Purdue 31: Brian Hoyer passed for 266 yards and two touchdowns, and Michigan State beat Purdue 48-31 on Saturday to end a three-game losing streak and become bowl eligible.
Northwestern 31, Indiana 28: C.J. Bacher hit Ross Lane on a 3-yard touchdown pass with 44 seconds to go Saturday, capping a 73-yard drive and lifting Northwestern to a 31-28 victory over Indiana.
Penn State 31, Temple 0: Anthony Morelli threw a pair of touchdowns to Jordan Norwood, exciting the thousands of Penn State fans who turned Temple's stadium into a mini Happy Valley for the afternoon in a 31-0 win over the Owls on Saturday.
Illinois 28, Ohio State 21: In this season of upsets, top-ranked Ohio State was the latest to fall. Juice Williams provided the big plays on the ground and through the air, spurring Illinois to a stunning 28-21 victory on Saturday night and throwing open the national title race.