The Ohio State Buckeyes had an 18-point first half lead over Purdue, but needed overtime to beat the Boilermakers on Friday afternoon, 87-78.
With the win, they will square off with Michigan on Saturday for a chance to play in the Big Ten title on Sunday afternoon.
Kyle Young had a career-high 18 points in the first half, but did not score and rarely played in the second half when he got elbowed in the side of the head. Duane Washington Jr. led the way with 20 points in 40 minutes, one of five players in double-figures for Ohio State. E.J. Liddell scored 17 points before he fouled out of the game.
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