Ohio State 33, Indiana 14

Indiana just could not handle the faster, more physical Buckeyes. Quarterback Terrelle Pryor controlled the pace of the offense, and Ohio State’s defensive was typically stingy. The Hoosiers could not run the ball early (Darius Willis ran 11 times for 23 yards), and were never able to put Ben Chappell in good passing situations.

While it appeared that Indiana would have had to play a nearly flawless game to compete on Saturday night, senior defensive end Jammie Kirlew said after the game that the Hoosiers had come out flat and would need to rebound. He said Indiana’s leaders would work this week to get the team prepared for Virginia, which upset North Carolina in Chapel Hill Saturday.

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  1. Beat Virginia next week and this will all go away…lose and the vultures will be circling again!

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