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Nov. 1 (Evanston)

Purdue 52-31

A: 17,744

PUR: #20 AP/#20 UPI

PUR: Remained undefeated in conference (tied with OSU and UM)

PUR: Smith 63 yard run (longest run by PUR since Russell Pope vs. MSU in 1978)

PUR: Herrmann left early in 4th (broke SMU Chuck Hixson's career completion record and Georgia's Zeke Bratkowski career INT record)

ScoringEdit

1st Quarter

PUR: Burrell 37 yard pass from Herrmann (J Anderson kick)

NW: Sheets 50 yard pass from Kerrigan (R Anderson kick)

PUR: Smith 63 yard run (J Anderson kick)

PUR: Smith 1 yard run (J Anderson kick)

NW: Mistler 7 yard pass from Kerrigan (R Anderson kick)

2nd Quarter

PUR: Smith 5 yard run (J Anderson kick)

PUR: Young 12 yard pass from Herrmann (J Anderson kick)

PUR: J Anderson 38 yard field goal

NW: R Anderson 45 yard field goal

3rd Quarter

NW: Sconyers 9 yard pass from Kerrigan (R Anderson kick)

4th Quarter

PUR: Smith 9 yard pass from Herrmann (J Anderson kick)

PUR: Bryant 52 yard pass from Campbell (J Anderson kick)

NW: Sheets 3 yard pass from Kerrigan (J Anderson kick)

StatisticsEdit

Passing

PUR: Herrmann 17/21, 210 yards, INT, Campbell 1/1, 52 yards

NW: Kerrigan 23/47, 316 yards, 2 INT

Rushing

PUR: Jimmy Smith 29/190, Owen 12/73, Pruitt 7/36

NW: Cohn 20/99, Parsons 5/29, Bahoric 2/23

Receiving

PUR: Bryant 5/92, Burrell 4/87, Young 4/44

NW: Sheets 11/226, Cohn 3/39, Browne 3/23

ReferencesEdit

  • 2010 Purdue football information guide
  • The Milwaukee Journal. 2 Nov 1980.
  • Eugene Register-Guard. 2 Nov 1980.

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