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Michigan defeats Purdue 43–22 to win the Big Ten championship for the second consecutive year.

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No. 2 Michigan won the Big Ten title for the second time in a row, earning a position in the College Football Playoff's top two teams.

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beat Purdue 43-22 in the Big Ten Championship game. Almost twice as many plays were run by the Boilermakers' offence than by the opposing side.

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However, Michigan made crucial stops to win their second conference championship under coach Jim Harbaugh, defeating the Wolverines.

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J.J. McCarthy, the team's quarterback, struggled to repeat his performance in the team's victory over Ohio State in the team's regular-season finale.

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The Wolverines defeated Purdue 29-9 in the second half after he completed just 17 attempts, including three touchdown passes.

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to continue their fantastic closing efforts. Donovan Edwards, a running back, contributed 185 yards and a touchdown to the triumph.

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Although Purdue's quarterback Aidan O'Connell did a good job, the Boilermakers lost because O'Connell threw two difficult picks during a pivotal second-half drive.

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O'Connell intercepted a pass intended for Will Johnson of Michigan to thwart a drive in the red zone for the first time in the third quarter.

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The Bulldogs and Wolverines should immediately rise to Nos. 1 and 2, respectively, after being the only top-five club to win the championship game.

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