Ohio State vs. Indiana College Football: Live Blog, Stats, and Analysis
Welcome to this afternoon's live blog of the Indiana-Ohio State contest from The Horseshoe in Columbus, Ohio.
Today's Big Ten matchup pits the No. 2 Buckeyes' staunch defense against the Hoosiers' aerial onslaught.
I'm Tom Baer, B/R featured columnist and your host for the next three-plus hours. Please join me to find out if Ohio State (5-0, 1-0 Big Ten) continues its march toward the BCS National Championship Game...or falls victim to one of the nation's most prolific offenses.
See you at 12 PM ET.
Ohio State 38, Indiana 10
Pryor obliterates IU secondary, OSU puts it in neutral after halftime.
Ohio State: 477 yards (348 passing, 129 rushing); 2 turnovers
Indiana: 210 (141 passing, 69 rushing); 3 turnovers
Pryor (OSU): 24 of 30, 334 YDS, 3 TD, 0 INT
Chappell (IU): 16 of 27, 106 YDS, 0 TD, 2 INT
Interception inside 5-yard line with two second left.
Seventeen seconds remaining.
The Bucks are showing some questionable discipline. Today it's no problem, but against Iowa...
IU inside Buckeye territory with less than a minute to play. Another OSU personal foul.
Buckeye fans: If Alabama loses at South Carolina, you're the new No. 1.
OSU punt gives Hoosiers one more chance on offense.
Tick, tick...two minutes remaining.
What Ohio State's victory accomplishes
1. Terrelle Pryor erases poor performance against Illinois last weekend.
2. Ohio State's impressive victory should hold off Oregon for at least another week.
I won't bore you with the play-by-play at this point; it's run, run, run Ohio State.
Buckeyes should keep it on the ground to run out clock.
OSU ball after kickoff, less than five minutes remaining.
TD stands. OSU 38, IU 10.
No so fast, my friend. Play being reviewed.
Indiana now 3rd-and-goal inside the 1.
Dusty Kiel has done more in one series than Chappell did all day.
IU 1st-and-goal at 2-yard line. Could the Hoosiers put it in the end zone?
The clock keeps moving toward 0:00, much to the delight of IU players and coaches.
First down IU at 25.
Hoosiers at OSU 37.
Personal foul, Ohio State. The personal foul has been IU's best play today.
IU backup QB Dusty Kiel now in.
...and Pryor could have 500+ yards through the air.
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