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44 Aaron Nobles
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51 Nathan Hodel
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By Rick Freeman
Daily Sports Editor
WEST LAFAYETTE - The only
time Plaxico Burress got a step on
Michael Hawthorne, the Purdue corner-
back paused, leapt up and batted away a
sure touchdown pass as easily as the
20th-ranked Boilermakers shooed off
the Spartans' talk of a national title and
an undefeated season with a 52-28 victo-
ry last Saturdav.
Purdue's secondarv - often over-
shadowed on the offense-first
Boilermakers -- wanted to silence
another kind of talk, too.
"The Michigan State Spartans are a
team that does a lot of trash talking;'said
junior quarterback Drew Brees, who
threw for five touchdowns and 509 yards.
Actually, Brees completed eight pass-
es that went for touchdowns. One, a
bomb to Vinny Sutherland, was called
back on a chop-block penalty. Three
plays later, Brees was hit by safety
Richard newsome as he threw, and the
ball ended up in the hands of linebacker
T.J. Turner. No Boilermaker was any-
where near him (a negligible drawback
of the spread defense). Some time later,
Turner scored, and freshman T.J. Duckett,
scored the two-point conversion to make
the score 28-14.
The Spartans looked unstoppable on
their first drive - a 10-play, 91-yard
masterpiece, capped by an 19-yard
touchdown pass to Burress. Michigan
State quarterback was 21-of-33, and
threvw four interceptions.
The Spanians were penalized for more
yards (101) than they gained on the
ground 1441.
'It was a definite lack of concentra-
tion and focus on our part," said Burke,

who threw four interceptions.
After the first play of that drive -
Burke's only touchdown Burress left the
game hurt. replays showed a Purdue
player scraping his cleat down the
sophomore wide receiver's side.
Hawthorne, who expressed disdain for
Burress' talk after the game, said he was
unaware of what happened.
"I don't know. I turned my back and
he ended up hurt," Hawthorne said.
The Boilermakers answered with four
scoring drives of their own - two of
which were the result of turnovers in the
Spartans' territory.
Chris Daniels, who may have had the
worst game of his career two weeks ago
at Michigan Stadium, had his best one
Saturday. He caught 21 passes for 301
yards and three touchdowns, including a
51-yarder where he beat Spartans' sixth-
year senior cornerback Amp Campbell,
who came up limping after the play.
"Yeah, and all I'll probably remember
will be that one drop," a beaming
Daniels said afterward. The 301 yards
was a new Purdue record, as was the 21
catch mark, which came two receptions
short of the NCAA record.
The Spartans lost to Purdue for the
third straight time, but this game meant
the most to Michigan State by far. Eager
before the game to prove these were not
a old, inconsistent Spartans, Nick Saban
lamented the possibility that his players
may have gotten big heads after the
game.
"People started talking about the
Heisman Trophy,and about an undefeat-
ed season and the Big Ten champi-
onship,' said the Spartans' fifth-year
coach, who has yet to coach in a Jansary
bowl game. "We'll see how they respond

to this, and that will say a lot about their
maturity."
Hawthorne already has plenty to say
on that subject. Specifically about
Burress.
"Every time he gets up after a big play,
he slaps his chest like no one else has
any heart, like he's the greatest thing to
ever happen to football."
Hawthorne, too, noticed that the
Spartans were bubbling with "chitter-
chatter,"
Fine by him.
"I love it. If you don't talk trash, I
don't like you," he said. "I'm like, 'can
we get a new receiver here?"'
He'll get his wish next week, when
Penn State, the only remaining undefeat-
ed team in the Big Ten comes to Ross-
Ade Stadium, where the Boilermakers
are 15-1 since Joe Tiller became their
coach.

Wideout Chris
Daniels had 21'
catches for 301
yards to show up v
Michigan State's
Plaxico Burress
and lift Purdue to
a 52-28 victory.
APPeOe
State jailb reakhaltedbyBoilers

STATE COLLEGE (AP) - Eric
McCoo slipped enough tackles to gain
a career-best 211 yards and set up 10
points in leading No. 2 Penn State to a
23-10 victory over No. 18 Ohio State
last Saturday.
The Nittany Lions (3-0 Big Ten, 7-0
overall) had two field goals blocked,
fumbled in the end zone for a Buckeyes
TD and had trouble scoring from inside
the Ohio State 5-yard line.
Ohio State (1-2, 4-3) was outplayed
as the Lions held the Buckeyes to just
143 yards while piling up 422 them-
selves.
Ohio State quarterback Steve
Bellisari was sacked eight times and
completed just seven of 21 passes for
78 yards with an interception.
Penn State linebacker Lavar
Arrington had 2 1/2 sacks against
Bellisari. Bellisari missed a play near
the end of the game after taking a
vicious hit to the upper chest from
Arrington with 2:23 left.
McCoo carried nine times for 121
yards in the first half as the Nittany
Lions took a 13-10 lead at intermission.
He finished with 22 carries for 211
yards, and also caught four passes for
47 yards.
No. 17 WiscoNsiN 59, INDIANA 0:
Ron Dayne ran for 167 of Wisconsin's
school-record 705 yards of total offense
as No. 17 Wisconsin steamrolled
Indiana.
Dayne, who had just 17 carries and
sat out the entire second half, became
the fourth player in Division I history to
record four 1,000-yard rushing seasons.
He ran for two touchdowns, includ-
ing a 57-yard rumble late in the second
quarter that put Wisconsin (3-1, 5-2) up

38-0 at halftime in its homecoming
game.
The Hoosiers (2-2, 3-4) lost star
defensive end Adewale Ogunleye for
the season last week with a knee injury.
MINNEsor 37, IruNOIs 7: Thomas
Hamner rushed for 184 yards and a
touchdown and quarterback Billy
Cockerham added another 100 yards
rushing.
Illinois (0-3, 3-3) lost its third game
in a row and its sixth straight home-
coming game before a crowd that start-
ed to leave in the third quarter after the
weather became rainy and the game
appeared decided.
Minnesota (2-1, 5-1) scored on three
straight possessions within eight min-
utes in the first half - separated only
by three Illinois three-and-outs - to go
up 17-0 early in the second quarter.
The Gopher defense, ranked fourth
in the nation entering the game, kept
the llini from closing the gap by break-
ing up passes, stopping the run, grab-
bing an interception to halt a lengthy
Illinois drive in the second quarter and
sacking quarterback Kurt Kittner three
times at crucial junctures.
NORTHwESTERN 23, IOwA 21: Zak
Kustok scored on a keeper on fourth-
and-2 with four seconds left.
It was the first Big Ten victory for
Northwestern (1-3, 3-4) since Nov. 15,
1997, when they beat Iowa (0-3, 1-5).
But it wasn't a pretty win, as the
Wildcats blew a 16-0 halftime lead and
barely moved the ball in the second
half.
The win also was marred by the loss
of receiver Sam Simmons, who broke
his collarbone in the first half and will
miss the rest of the season.

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