OSU Ends Purdue's Streak at 19 Games
Feb. 07, 2018

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Postgame Notes
• Purdue saw its school-record 19-game winning streak end in Wednesday's 64-63 loss to No. 14-ranked Ohio State ... the loss also snapped Purdue's 21-game homecourt winning streak, which had been the second longest in America.
• Purdue's 63 points were a season low and the fewest since scoring 62 against Michigan State in the 2016 Big Ten Tournament finals.
• Purdue had just four players score, led by Carsen Edwards' 28 points.
• Purdue saw its school-record 14-game Big Ten regular-season win streak end Wednesday night.
• Purdue lost for the first time on American soil since March 23, 2017, vs. Kansas.
• Purdue is now 8-2 in its last 10 games against nationally-ranked teams.
• Purdue shot under 44.3 percent for the first time since Nov. 28, 2017, vs. Louisville, a span of 17 straight games ... Purdue shot 42.6 percent against the Buckeyes.
• Purdue lost when leading at halftime for the first time in 29 games, dating to Jan. 12, 2017, against Iowa.
• Ohio State led for 2 minutes and 27 seconds.
Carsen Edwards scored a career-high 28 points and has scored in double figures in nine straight games ... he surpassed 800 career points in the loss ... Purdue fell to 35-5 overall when he scored 10 or more points in his career ... he also tied a career high with six rebounds.
Isaac Haas scored 18 points ... he scored 16 of his 18 points in the first half.
Vincent Edwards added 11 points with nine rebounds ... he moved into 11th place on the school's career rebounds list (724).

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) Keita Bates-Diop scored 18 points, including the decisive putback with 2.8 seconds left, to give No. 14 Ohio State a 64-63 upset at No. 3 Purdue, ending the nation's longest winning streak at 19 games Wednesday night.

The Buckeyes (21-2, 12-1 Big Ten) grabbed a share of the conference lead as Ohio State won for the 11th time in 12 games.

Carsen Edwards finished with a career-high 28 points to lead the Boilermakers (23-3, 12-1), who lost for the first time since Nov. 23. Isaac Haas had 18 points but missed an 8-foot jumper at the buzzer to win it.

Purdue's school record 14-game winning streak in conference play and 21-game winning streak at home also ended with a surprising finish.

Purdue led 58-51 with 5:29 to go, but Ohio State closed the game on 13-5 run, retaking a 62-60 lead on Wesson's banked 3-pointer 1:13 to go.

Twenty-four seconds later, Vincent Edwards answered with a three-point play that gave Purdue the lead.

But on the Buckeyes' final possession, they grabbed two offensive rebounds - the second being Bates-Diep's putback to win it.


Ohio State: The Buckeyes' come-from-behind victory just turned the Big Ten back into an interesting race. A loss would have left Ohio State two games behind Purdue and down a tiebreaker. Now, the Buckeyes have a share of the lead and own the tiebreaker over Purdue with less than two weeks to go.

Purdue: The hottest team in America just kept finding ways to win - until their shooting touch went awry Wednesday. Make no mistake, Purdue remains one of the nation's best teams and still could win a second straight conference crown. But losing this one, on the same night No. 1 Villanova also lost, hurts.


Ohio State: Heads home to face struggling Iowa on Saturday.

Purdue: Will try to keep its perfect road record intact at No. 4 Michigan State on Saturday.


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