Terrell Pryor and Ohio State's defense were as good as advertised in a 38-10 win against Indiana on Saturday at Ohio Stadium in Columbus, Ohio.
Pryor, the Ohio State quarterback, threw for a career-high 334 yards. He completed 80 percent of his passes and had three touchdowns.
Indiana couldn't figure out how to stop Pryor. Or how to get anything going offensively.
The Buckeyes limited quarterback Ben Chappell to 106 passing yards. Chappell completed 16 of 26 passes and was intercepted twice.
"It was a tough day for him," IU coach Bill Lynch said. "When you have pressure and you are getting hit, it does affect finding an open guy when you have them."