Indiana has 68 total yards of offense, just one of the reasons it finds itself down big at halftime to Ohio State.
The Buckeyes lead the Hoosiers 31-0.
IU’s offense entered the game averaging 455 yards per game. But the Hoosiers haven’t been able to get in gear against the Buckeyes.
Quarterback Ben Chappell threw one interception in the first four games. He has two today against the Buckeyes. Chappell has thrown for 53 yards.
The Buckeyes, meanwhile, have had little trouble moving the ball. Quarterback Terrelle Pryor has thrown for 280 yards and three touchdowns. The Buckeyes have 320 total yards of offense.