Ohio State has won six consecutive games to start the season and will look to avoid a let down against the Indiana Hoosiers.
After a convincing 63-38 win over Nebraska, Ohio State has shown to be a powerhouse on offense, especially on the ground.
The Buckeyes have rushers everywhere.
Braxton Miller is turning into a legit superstar, and this Ohio State rushing attack led by the quarterback is practically unstoppable.
The team's success up to this point will feel somewhat tainted if Ohio State were to lose to Indiana.
With that, here are the Buckeyes to watch this weekend on offense.
Braxton Miller should be considered a Heisman candidate, despite the unbelievable play of West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith.
Smith should lead all candidates, but Miller is right behind the West Virginia quarterback in consideration for the award.
After falling behind 17-7 to Nebraska, the Buckeyes stormed back in dominant fashion. Miller was fantastic, especially on the ground, rushing for 186 yards and accounting for two total touchdowns.
Miller should have a good game against a subpar Indiana run defense, which is ranked 99th in the country.
Smith was held without a catch against Nebraska last week and should be motivated this week against the Indiana defense.
In fairness, Ohio State didn't throw the ball much last Saturday, but I fully expect Braxton Miller to air it out against the Hoosiers.
If Miller and Smith hook up in the air, it will be a long day for this Indiana defense, which will primarily focus on stopping the explosive Ohio State rushing attack.
Ohio State doesn't usually utilize their tight ends, but against Nebraska, Jeff Heuerman and Nick Vannett were big contributors.
Heuerman caught only two balls against Nebraska, but they were big play catches. He finished with 56 yards receiving and a touchdown. Vannett caught one pass for 32 yards.
If Miller is able to utilize his tight ends in the passing game, it means less wear and tear on his body.