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Keys to the game

Indiana lost its second straight, falling to No. 2 Ohio State 38-10 Saturday.

Here are some of the keys to the game.

Key stat: 80. As in the completion percentage for Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor. He completed 24 of 30 passes and had three touchdowns on the way to a career-high 334 passing yards. Pryor had 11 consecutive completions in the second quarter, helping Ohio State build a 31-0 halftime lead.

Key (non-touchdown): Ben Chappell called it a case of "miscommunication." He and wide receiver Damarlo Belcher were not on the same page for a pass midway through the first quarter. Belcher went short, Chappell threw long. The result. An interception for Ohio State's Devon Torrence. The interception, the first of two thrown by Chappell Saturday, set up a 22-yard touchdown pass from Pryor to Dane Sanzenbacher that stretched the Buckeyes' lead to 14-0.

Quotable

"We just didn't execute. … They had a lot of pressure and it's tough. They played well up front and in the secondary."

- IU quarterback Ben Chappell

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