BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Coach Kevin Wilson tried to temper Indianas postgame party.Everybody else in Bloomington wanted to celebrate the milestone win.After enduring a series of coaching changes along with progressions and regressions over the past 25 years, the Hoosiers finally took a big step forward Saturday with a 26-24 come-from-behind victory over Purdue to claim their fourth consecutive Old Oaken Bucket and their second straight bowl trip.To Wilson, the feats were only part of what made this one special.All we talked about was the simplicity of the game, he said. But to give those guys (seniors) one more month, thats really cool because you get to spend more time together. To me, it was more about you just wanted more time with them than the historical deal. I think were trying to create our own history and trying to grow.Indiana (6-6, 4-5) tied the school record for most consecutive wins (four) in a series that dates to 1891. The only other time it happened was from 1944-47.The Hoosiers also earned their back-to-back bowl bids since 1990 and 1991 and won four conference games for the first time since 2001.All it took Saturday was a 1-yard touchdown plunge from Devine Redding with 4:59 to go, two forced turnovers in the final 66 seconds and the addition of one more bronze block I added to the chain that fits neatly inside the prized trophy.And in a season full of drama, it was a fitting way for the Hoosiers to snap a two-game losing streak and earn their elusive sixth victory.The Boilermakers (3-9, 1-8) certainly had some chances to end their losing streak at six.They scored the first touchdown of the day, would have tied the score at halftime if not for a missed extra point, took a 22-17 lead with a 31-yard TD pass from David Blough to DeAngelo Yancey to open the third quarter before missing the 2-point conversion attempt.Then it all unraveled.Indiana closed to 22-20 on a 46-yard field goal early in the fourth quarter and retook the lead on Reddings go-ahead score.Purdues final possession ended when Jonathan Crawford picked off Blough in the end zone on fourth-and-14 from the Hoosiers 27-yard line.There was no doubt in my mind we were going to punch it in, Blough said. The last play, I just tried to give him a chance and it didnt go our way.Though the Hoosiers failed to run out the clock on the next possession, they took a safety with 1 second left rather than punt, and Crawford hauled in the first lateral on the ensuing free kick to seal it.THE TAKEAWAYPurdue: After missing the postseason for the third straight season, the Boilermakers face some major offseason upheaval. Parker and most -- or all of the coaching staff -- are not expected to return. And until a new coach is in place, its impossible to know what direction Purdue will go .Indiana: A historic win will give the Hoosiers some extra practice time -- and one more game this season.KEY NUMBERSRedding ran 24 times for 99 yards, becoming the first Indiana player since Vaughn Dunbar to top the 1,000-yard mark in two straight seasons. Redding has 1,050 yards with one to play.Yancey had six catches for 78 yards and his first career interception in his final college game. Linebacker Markus Bailey picked off two passes. The Boilermakers ran 34 times for 42 yards and got a 1-yard TD run from Markell Jones to open the scoring. Blough was 24 of 45 for 225 yards with two TDs and two interceptions.MISTAKE-PRONEIndiana and Purdue started the day with a combined turnover margin of minus-24, so a flurry of miscues should have been expected. Purdue picked off four passes, threw two and lost a fumble. Indianas Crawford and Purdues Bailey each had interceptions and both kickers missed an extra point.UP NEXTPurdue: Announcing a new coach. The Boilermakers have six weeks to search for a new coach but its unclear how close new athletic director Mike Bobinski is to naming one.Indiana: Will eagerly await the official bowl announcements Dec. 4 even though the Hoosiers should have some idea of where theyll be going long before that date.---More AP college football: www.collegefootball.ap.org and https://twitter.com/AP-Top25 . 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Barcelona paid Arsenal £15m for Vermaelen in 2014 Its not that I want to leave Barcelona but the last few weeks and months have been a bit disappointing because I havent been getting a lot of playing time, he told Sky Sports News HQ.ddddddddddddIts not that Im thinking about leaving at the moment. Im just focused on my national team.Vermaelen also feels his former club Arsenal can be pleased with the great season they had but admits they missed a good opportunity to win the Premier League title.The last couple of weeks and months were a bit disappointing for them but before that they had a great season, he said.I thought they had a big chance to win it this year and hopefully next year they can go on and win it. Also See: Vermaelen: Arsenal can win title Vermaelen relishing World Club Cup Vermaelen aims to improve Rare winning goal for Vermaelen ' ' '