BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) Ralph Bolden scored one touchdown, Caleb TerBush threw for another and Carson Wiggs made three field goals Saturday to lead Purdue past Indiana 33-25 for the Old Oaken Bucket.
The victory makes Purdue (6-6, 4-4 Big Ten) bowl-eligible for the first time under coach Danny Hope. But the Boilermakers are not guaranteed a bowl spot because 10 Big Ten teams are eligible for the league's eight bowl berths.
The milestone victory also was tarnished by a third-quarter injury to Bolden, who appeared to injure his right knee and did not finish the game. School officials did not immediately provide an update on Bolden's condition.
Indiana (1-11, 0-8) finished the season on a nine-game losing streak and is the only BCS conference team not to beat a Football Bowl Subdivision foe.