(COLUMBUS, OH) - The Purdue Boilermakers will try to halt a two-game skid Saturday when they face eleventh-ranked Ohio State in Columbus.
The Boilers have dropped back-to-back games to Notre Dame and Penn State to fall to 2-and-3 on the season.
The Buckeyes are 5-and-1 with their lone defeat coming at number-nine USC four weeks ago.
It is the first time that the Boilermakers and the Buckeyes will play at the horseshoe since 2003 when Ohio State pulled out a 16-13 win in overtime. The Buckeyes beat Purdue 23-7 last season at Ross-Ade Stadium.
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