Brent Yarina, Senior Editor, November 22, 2014

Jalin Marshall entered Saturday's game vs. Indiana with four touchdowns. He matched that total in the second half of Ohio State's 42-27 victory.

Or, to be more exact, in the final 17:20.

It all started with a 54-yard punt return to give the highly favored Buckeyes the 21-20 lead with 2:20 left in the third quarter.

From there, it was all Marshall, as he scored on a six-yard shovel pass, a silly one-handed 15-yard scoring strike and, to finish it all off, a 54-yard reception, also on a shovel pass.

It was just the kind of performance Marshall was looking for, coming off a forgettable two-fumble effort at Minnesota.

"It's very satisfying but I'm not satisfied with the season yet," Marshall told the AP. "But it does feel good to kind of get that bear off my back – all that negative stuff – toward me."

Look who recognized Marshall's big second half!