(COLUMBUS, OH) - Jajuan Johnson's 30 points Tuesday night were a career high. They just weren't enough to overcome host Ohio State.
The Buckeyes, who got 24 points from Evan Turner knocked off #12 Purdue 80-72 in overtime Tuesday night.
The loss kept Purdue (17-5, 6-3) from moving into a first place tie with Michigan State atop the Big Ten. Guard Lewis Jackson missed a shot with three seconds left in regulation with the score tied at 64.
Ohio State (16-5, 6-4) opened the extra session on an 8-0 run.
Boliermaker Sophomore Robbie Hummel was cleared to play with a sore back, but never entered the game.
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