Notes: Johnson, who gained 18 yards on just three carries, sat out the second half with a calf injury. … Graduate linebacker Tre Watson, who came into the game as the Big Ten’s leading tackler, finished with three tackles against his former team before being ejected late in the first half for a targeting call against Illinois freshman quarterback M.J. Rivers II. It marked the second time Watson has been ejected for targeting this season. Unlike the second-half hit against Michigan, which caused Watson to miss the first half against Rutgers, Watson is eligible to start next game. … Canada replaced Hill with true freshman Tyler DeSue at the start of the fourth quarter.