2018 SeasonAll times ET

2018 Schedule
6-4, 4th in Big Ten - West
Iowa QB finds wide-open WR for 28-yard TD (0:38)
Hockenson leaps over defender en route to 37-yard gain (0:38)
Tyler Trent describes what Purdue sports has done for him (4:29)
Brohm after win: Tyler Trent an inspiration to Purdue (0:59)
Wright goes 82 yards for 2nd TD of game (0:36)
Evans hits game-winning FG to beat Iowa (0:23)
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9d

Most important takeaway for each Top 25 team

It's going to be Alabama vs. Georgia for the SEC title. Meanwhile, Michigan keeps rolling, and West Virginia won a classic over Texas. What else have we learned?

Purdue QB throws dime over two defenders (0:22)
Purdue WR beats defender to take early 7-0 lead (0:25)

Dan Murphy ESPN Staff Writer 

Iowa checking at No. 16 might be the most significant news for the Big Ten in the first round of College Football Playoff rankings. A lot left to be settled, but a top-15 opponent in the Big Ten title game could be the boost that whoever emerges from the East Division needs to launch itself into a top-four spot in December.

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13d

Bama atop 1st CFP; Clemson, LSU, Irish follow

Alabama opens atop the season's first College Football Playoff ranking, ahead of fellow unbeaten Clemson. LSU, Notre Dame, Michigan and Georgia follow.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Iowa defensive backs Matt Hankins and Trey Creamer have been suspended this week against Purdue for a violation of team-conduct rules. Both second-year players were charged Saturday night with disorderly conduct at a house party in Iowa City. Neither player traveled with the Hawkeyes to Penn State over the weekend. Hankins started Iowa's first four games at cornerback.

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15d

Iowa suspends DBs Creamer, Hankins vs. Purdue

Iowa reserve defensive backs Trey Creamer and Matt Hankins, who didn't travel with the Hawkeyes for Saturday's loss at Penn State, have been suspended for a week after being cited for disorderly conduct.

Penn State holds on to beat Iowa (2:00)
McSorley emotional following win over Iowa (0:49)
Iowa can't score on wild last play (0:20)
Penn State makes clutch INT deep in their own territory (0:50)
Iowa's Stone picks off McSorley for TD (0:57)

Team Stats

Passing Yards238.263rd
Rushing Yards147.5Tied-90th
Points For28.475th
Points Against18.113th