Tempers flared at the Big Ten Title Game when Purdue took on Indiana.
In the top of the ninth inning with the score nodded at five, Purdue had a man on at first and third and there was a weak chopper hit to third. The runner heading to home got caught and tagged out in a rundown, while the runner from first scored when the ball was thrown away. Eric Charles of Purdue then slammed into the knees of shortstop Michael Basil who was covering third base. Basil didn't appreciate the hard slide and put him in a headlock that ignited the bench-clearing brawl. From the first clip the fracas seemed pretty tame, but if you check out this video you'll see that one Purdue player got in a mighty good right hook in on an Indiana player at the 20 second mark. On a side note, Purdue ended up winning the game by the score of 6-5 and also won the Big Ten baseball title, their first since 1909.