No. 3 Ohio tops Indiana No. 9 after a quarter, but it doesn’t look like it will be a close match for long. After Indiana was forced to bet its first takeover of the game, Ohio responded quickly. Buckeyes’ first in-game crime was a 65-yard pass to Garrett Wilson. The second play was a 10-yard touch pass to Wilson.
Just like that, the score was 7-0, and Indiana would have to play again. But this time, the Indiana defense was playing. The Hoosiers lived on and off throughout the season, and they picked Justin Fields to take back the ball. It was Fields’ first interception of the season, but it wouldn’t be his last interception of the quarter.
Fields will be picked again late in the first quarter as well, but the problem is Indiana hasn’t been able to do anything with either. I flipped the ball down the first time and went three times after the second spin.
Ohio is a difficult team to beat, and you should take advantage of the opportunities it provides. So far, Indiana has been unable to do so. CBS Sports will be with you all the way to keep this story updated with the latest in the game. Keep it closed here for live updates, notable events, and more on a Saturday afternoon.