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It wasn’t easy, and it wasn’t pretty, but the No. 3 Ohio State Buckeyes improved to 6-0 with a 49-26 win over Indiana.

Quarterback Dwayne Haskins threw for 455 yards and tied a school record with six touchdown passes.

Parris Campbell had 142 yards receiving and two scores, and Terry McLaurin added a pair of touchdown receptions.

The news was less encouraging on the other side of the ball. The Buckeyes gave up 8.1 yards per play and 20 points in the first half.

They settled down after halftime, but it was another shaky performance for the back seven.

Urban Meyer also addressed a scary moment late in the game, where he fell to his knees and had to be attended to by the OSU training staff.

You can watch the full interviews with Buckeye players and coaches below.

Urban Meyer

Urban Meyer reviews the Buckeyes’ win over Indiana, Dwayne Haskins’ big day, another shaky performance by the defense, and his own scary moment in the second half.

Posted by The Ozone on Saturday, October 6, 2018

Dwayne Haskins

Dwayne Haskins reviews the Buckeyes’ win over Indiana and his big day.

Posted by The Ozone on Saturday, October 6, 2018

Ryan Day

Ryan Day

Posted by The Ozone on Saturday, October 6, 2018

Greg Schiano

Ohio State defensive coordinator Greg Schiano breaks down his unit’s struggles in the Buckeyes’ win over Indiana

Posted by The Ozone on Saturday, October 6, 2018

Dre’Mont Jones

Dre'Mont Jones

Posted by The Ozone on Saturday, October 6, 2018

Terry McLaurin

Terry McLaurin

Posted by The Ozone on Saturday, October 6, 2018

Johnnie Dixon

Johnnie Dixon

Posted by The Ozone on Saturday, October 6, 2018

Jordan Fuller

Jordan Fuller

Posted by The Ozone on Saturday, October 6, 2018

3 Responses

  1. As many predicted OSU pulled away the 2nd half, which I didn’t get to see. THe first half was marked by too many inconsistencies; 1. Not sure why DH is running when there are eager DL waiting for him, the 2nd failed run forced us into a 2nd and long and pass that was intercepted and IN knew that we were going to throw. 2. Why is Weber running on 3rd and long, then fumbles, when the passing game was there for the taking? 3. OSU’s D suffered from an offside play that turned a 2nd and 9 into a 2nd and four and scary drive that gave them 20 first half points, right before half when we expected IN to run the clock out. 4. Poor tackles led to IN’s first TD. 5. R. Berry has failed to live up to any hype or anything lately. However, the O scored on 4/6 first half possessions and the D played very well similar to what happened in Bloomington last season.

  2. 2 negatives for the offense. 1. Even though these guys spent their entire young lives on the offensive line drive blocking, they are fundamentally a trainwreck at it today. 2. At any given point in the games since Urban has returned, the offensive play calling goes on hiatus and what we see is a disjointed cluster _uck.

    One complaint about the defense. They give clown shows a bad name.

    1. James- spot on about the return of Meyer and the lack of fluidity in the offensive play calling. I mentioned in a text last night that you can tell he’s back, making darn sure to insist on the outmoded QB run plays that are going to get our QB hurt or lead to turnovers…
      Also, does anyone else wince when they hear Meyer/Schiano repeatedly state that “we need to get the defensive issues fixed?” Excuse me, isn’t that what Spring practice is for? And why in the world should BASIC concepts need to be “fixed” in the first place (arm tackles, poor angles, etc etc)? If college FB is like other sports, when you are in season you are basically in survival mode- healing from injuries, game film on next opponent, etc. If they truly are “trying to fix things”, isn’t the cow already out the barn door at this point?

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