WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- Connor Cook threw three touchdown passes, Nick Hill ran for two scores and No. 8 Michigan State got a late interception return for a touchdown to hold off Purdue 45-31 Saturday. Purdues defence just couldnt stop Michigan State, which amassed 532 total yards. It looked like the Spartans had taken control with a 38-17 lead with two TDs in the third quarter. Akeem Hunt scored on runs of 52 yards and 3 yards in the fourth to make it 38-31. But Darien Harris closed out the last chance for Purdue (3-4, 1-1 Big Ten) with a 15-yard interception return for the game-sealing score. The Spartans (5-1, 2-0) have won four straight overall, including seven straight conference road games. They tied the school record with a sixth straight win in the series. It was the second week in a row that Michigan State survived a fourth-quarter rally. This one was partly of their own doing after turning the ball over on downs at their own 30 because of a failed fake punt with 7:31 to play. Michigan States offence certainly did its job. Cook was his usually efficient self, going 19 of 37 for 238 yards and one interception. Jeremy Langford ran 13 times for 104 yards, his third straight 100-yard game. Hill had nine carries for 72 yards and matched his career high with two scores. And Tony Lippett finished with seven receptions for 138 yards and one score. The Boilermakers kept poking holes in the Spartans vaunted defence and twice got within a touchdown after falling into double-digit deficits. Austin Appleby finished 24 of 37 for 211 yards with one touchdown and one interception in his second career start, while Akeem Hunt ran 12 times for 96 yards and three scores. Danny Anthrop had a career-high nine catches for 133 yards, and the Boilermakers even got the ball back with 2:57 to go and a chance to tie the score. Harris closed it out with the interception return. Most of the game was all about the offence. The Spartans opened the game with three straight touchdowns: Lippetts terrific 39-yard over-the-shoulder catch, Hills 2-yard run and Josiah Prices 2-yard TD catch to make it 21-3. Hunt scored on a 3-yard TD run to make it 21-10, and after a Michigan State field goal, Appleby threw a 9-yard TD pass to make it 24-17 at halftime. Aaron Burbridge answered with a terrific one-footed toe tap in the back of the end zone for a 13-yard TD midway through the third quarter and Hill followed that with a 4-yard run to make it 38-17. Hunts run made it close, but the Spartans held on. Adidas Stan Smith Australia . The team sent out a press release on Friday stating Poile was resting and recovering and that he will remain in hospital for further observation. 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The Thornhill, Ont., native, who is ranked 11th in the world, said hed hoped he would be ready when Canada begins its World Group first-round tie against Japan in Tokyo on Friday.SONOMA, Calif. -- Scott Dixon pulled in for his final pit stop with victory nearly in his grasp. When he left a few seconds later, two members of Will Powers crew were sprawled on the asphalt, a tire bouncing wildly in his wake. Although everybody involved had a strong opinion about what happened, Power knows one thing for certain: Hes leaving wine country with yet another trophy. Power won at Sonoma Raceway for the third time in four years Sunday, earning his first victory of the IndyCar season by taking advantage of Dixons penalty for making contact with Powers Team Penske pit crew. "I dont like to see the call that had to take place, but everybody saw it," Roger Penske said. "Its unfortunate, but thats the way racing is." Dixon led until he received a drive-through penalty with 15 laps to go for clipping a tire in the left hand of Powers tire holder when Dixons Honda left his pit directly behind Powers Chevrolet. The tire holder went flying into another crew member, and a third member was injured by an air gun or hose. Dixon thought Powers crew got in his way on purpose, leaving him angry and confused by IndyCars latest call against him. He finished 15th and lost a bit of ground on overall IndyCar leader Helio Castroneves, Powers Penske teammate, who finished seventh. Castroneves lead over Dixon grew from 31 to 39 points (479-440) with four races left in the IndyCar season. "Thats probably the most blatant thing Ive seen in a long time," Dixon said. "You watch most pit guys, they try to get out of the way of other people, so that was a bit of a (classless) move, to be honest. ... If thats the way they want to try and win, thats pretty bad." James Hinchcliffe of Oakville, Ont., finished eighth. Power scoffed at the notion any gamesmanship occurred in his first victory since early last season in Sao Paulo. Hes the only multiple IndyCar winner in Sonoma, where hes been dominant since he broke his back in a crash in 2009. "It reminds me of so many things thats happened to us in the last three years, so well take it," said Power, the 10th IndyCar winner this season. "I would be very surprised (if it was intentional). I havent seen it. Its not even worth commenting on. ... I really thought wed win before (now), but we just kept at it and worked hard and were fast all weekend." Dixon has been burned by IndyCars curious penalty decisions before. In Milwaukee last year, IndyCar acknowledged it looked at the wrong replay and madde an incorrect call when it ordered Dixon to serve a drive-through penalty for jumping a restart.dddddddddddd But race director Beaux Barfield stood behind his latest call against Dixon, saying the lines painted in the pit box dont correspond to the actual spaces afforded to the teams. IndyCar rules mandate penalties for drivers who make contact with pit crew members. "If we have somebody that uses less-than-great judgment when they leave their pit box, and we have an incident, then certainly weve got to make a statement by penalizing (that driver)," Barfield said. "The lines are a little bit confusing, because we dont go in and change the lines everywhere we go. "Theres a different angle, if you looked at, you can see the difference between the Target and the Verizon signs on the wall. With the No. 9 car (Dixon) leaving the pit lane, he clearly crosses right into the pit box into the No. 12 car (Power) space, and thats where the violation occurred." Dixons team saw it differently. "The guy turned his back and carried the tire into Dixons side," Chip Ganassi Racing team manager Mike Hull said. "He walked into us, so if that sets the precedent, in the next race, that means somebody can walk into us with a tire in their hand." All three crew members were fine to continue after a bit of ice. Dixons penalty dropped him 19 seconds behind Power into 21st, and Power carefully maintained his lead for a victory on the same course where he was seriously injured four years ago, forcing him to miss the rest of the season. "I think theyre way overplaying this thing, as far as Im concerned," Penske said. "Someone got hit, went up in the air. Obviously, the 9 car was too close to our crew, had an accident there. The outcome is obvious." Dixons brush with Powers crew highlighted an uncommonly eventful race in Sonoma, a twisty road course that usually doesnt allow much drama or passing. Penske got into a finger-pointing argument post-race with Marco Andretti, who made contact with Power late in the race. Third-place finisher Dario Franchitti was mad at Team Penske, feeling Power drove him off the track with no penalty. Justin Wilson was second. Castroneves finished behind Marco Andretti, Simon Pagenaud and Ryan Hunter-Reay. With strong wind and dust all over the course, the race featured a record seven cautions for various collisions and stalls. Sebastian Saavedra crashed heavily into a barrier with four laps to go. ' ' '