Recap: Purdue 45, Gophers 17

  • Updated: October 8, 2011 - 10:09 PM

OFFENSIVE MVP

Caleb TerBush, QB, Purdue

The junior quarterback excelled mostly by avoiding mistakes; his 140-yard day included a touchdown pass and no turnovers.

DEFENSIVE MVP

Ricardo Allen, CB, Purdue

Timed a MarQueis Gray pass perfectly, and his 37-yard interception return effectively crushed the Gophers' hopes of a rally.

BY THE NUMBERS

4 Defensive touchdowns allowed in the Gophers' past three games.

3 Sacks by the Gophers defense, most in a game in at least two seasons.

38,207 Attendance at 61,000-plus capacity Ross-Ade Stadium.

4 Touchdowns scored by Purdue in four trips inside the Gophers 20.

0 Turnovers forced by the Gophers in their past three games.

14 Consecutive losses to Nebraska, the Gophers' next opponent.

PHIL MILLER

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