Ohio State picked up 168 yards in the ground game during the third quarter, and the Buckeyes now lead 38-27. Mitch Ewald split the uprights two times in the quarter for Indiana. The Hoosiers closed the gap to 24-17 when Ewald kicked a 21-yard field goal to put the finishing touches on a 71-yard drive. The key play on Indiana’s drive was Cameron Coffman’s 39-yard pass to Kofi Hughes.
Devin Smith caught a 60-yard touchdown pass and Bradley Roby recovered a blocked punt in the end zone, and the Buckeyes lead, 24-14, at halftime. Ohio State has scored 14 straight points. Smith’s touchdown grab ended a four-play, 77-yard drive.
How are you carving your pumpkin this Halloween? A couple of dedicated Ohio State fans may have an idea for you. During the Ohio State-Indiana game on Saturday night, BTN cameras spotted two Buckeye fans wearing pumpkins on their heads that they carved and decorated as Ohio State helmets. It was pretty awesome. Check out the picture in this post.
No. 8 Ohio State picked up 92 yards in the ground game during the first quarter, and the Buckeyes lead 10-7 at the end of the first quarter. Ohio State took the game’s first lead after Corey Brown ran 12 yards to paydirt on the last play of a nine-play, 75-yard drive.
On our TV show “Step Into My Office” Mike Hall visits with Big Ten football coaches for casual, in-depth conversations about their football lives. In the latest episode, Hall chats with one of the newcomers to the Big Ten head coaching ranks, Ohio State’s Urban Meyer. The show debuts at 7 p.m. ET on Saturday ahead of Ohio State’s football game against Indiana, which is also on BTN/BTN2Go. Get ready for that full show and watch the video in this post as Meyer talks about how he relaxes as a coach and how his parents came to just about all of the games when he was an athlete.
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Indiana and Ohio State fans, it’s time to plan ahead. Our BTN2Go Field Pass is back for Week 7 and we’re doing it again on Saturday night from Indiana’s Memorial Stadium. For our online audience, BTN turns on a BTN TV camera one hour before kickoff at a selected Big Ten football game, and it let’s you see the home team’s football stadium and all that goes on before the game kicks off. This feed and the game itself is available live on BTN2Go.
Having taking a long, hard look at each Saturday’s five Big Ten football games, I’m offering up my weekly rankings of the games here. Wisconsin at Purdue is a big one in a weird season for the Leaders Division while Iowa at Michigan State offers up two Legends Division teams looking to stabilize their seasons.