Highlights: Ohio State Crushes Indiana In Bloomington

By September 14, 2019 (4:18 pm)Football, Patrick Mayhorn
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Ohio State has had a dream start to the season through three games, and perhaps none of its wins to this point have been more impressive than Sept. 14th’s 51-10 win over Indiana to open Big Ten play. Ohio State was dominant for all four quarters, on both sides of the ball and on special teams, and left no doubt as to who was the dominant team against a hapless Indiana side.

While much of the domination was done meticulously and efficiently, Ohio State had its share of big plays, and we’ve got all the highlights that you need to see to be up to date on the Buckeyes.

Ohio State started off the game with a short Justin Fields touchdown run, but the first real highlight came in the second quarter, when the Buckeyes struck on a Fields pass to Chris Olave.

The Buckeyes added to that total again on a punt block from Olave, to take an early 16-3 lead.

And quickly added even more, on a short pass to Hill, fresh off of a massive 56-yard rush by JK Dobbins.

The Buckeyes capped off the first half scoring with a dominant, powerful run from JK Dobbins from 26 yards out to take a commanding 30-10 lead into the half.

While the offense captured the imagination of Buckeye fans in the first half, the defense was also getting in on the action, as Chase Young added not one, but two sacks to his already impressive season total, bringing him up to five and a half on the year.

With the game in hand, Ohio State still had some unfinished business, and kicked off the second half with another short yardage score.

Perhaps the most impressive drive of the game came in the third quarter, when Master Teague gashed the Hoosier defense for 82 yards on six carries, capped by a 40-yard touchdown.

Even with the game in the books, Ohio State’s defense had two more plays to make. The first, from Damon Arnette, who housed a 96-yard interceptions return.

The second from freshman Zach Harrison, who recorded his first sack as a Buckeye.

Ohio State takes the field at 3:30 p.m. on Sept. 21st against Miami (Ohio).

 

 

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