Get ready for a Big Ten battle Saturday as the Indiana Hoosiers and the Purdue Boilermakers will face off at noon ET at Ross-Ade Stadium in the battle for the 2019 Old Oaken Bucket. Purdue is 4-7 overall and 3-3 at home, while IU is 7-4 overall and 2-2 on the road. The Hoosiers are favored by seven points in the latest Purdue vs. Indiana odds, while the over-under is set at 56.5. Indiana is 6-2 against the spread in its last eight games. Purdue is 6-1 against the spread in its last seven games. Before entering any Indiana vs. Purdue picks, you’ll want to see the college football predictions from the model at SportsLine.
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Purdue absorbed a bruising 45-24 loss to Wisconsin last weekend. Tight end Brycen Hopkins caught eight passes for 127 yards and two TDs in the loss. Boilermakers quarterback Jack Plummer has thrown for 1,603 yards and 11 touchdowns with eight interceptions.
Indiana didn’t fare much better last weekend, falling 39-14 to No. 9 Michigan — a second straight loss to a ranked team. Quarterback Peyton Ramsey had a tough game, throwing one interception and fumbling the ball once. Indiana is still bowl eligible for the first time in three seasons, and the Hoosiers are guaranteed a winning record for the first time since 2007.
The Boilermakers are the third-worst team in the nation in rushing yards per game, with only 74.4 on average. To make matters even worse for the Boilermakers, the Hoosiers enter the game with 306.1 passing yards per game on average, good for 14th-best in the nation.
The total has gone over in six of Purdue’s last eight games, as well as five straight Boilermaker games at home against Indiana. The total has gone over in six of Indiana’s last seven road games.
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