No. 2/2 Ohio State (6-0, 2-0 Big Ten) 38, Indiana (3-2, 0-2 Big Ten) 10
OHIO STATE POSTGAME NOTES
- Ohio State has won 12 games in a row, the third-longest among FBS teams behind Boise State (18)
and Alabama (19).
- Ohio State is 93-16 since the start of the 2002 season, the fourth-best record among FBS
- Ohio State boasts an all-time record of 362-126-28 in October games.
- Ohio State has won 39 of its last 43 Big Ten conference games.
- Ohio State has had 60 consecutive crowds of more than 100,000 at Ohio Stadium.
HEAD COACH JIM TRESSEL
- Tressel won his 100th game at Ohio State (100-21), becoming the third-fastest coach to win 100
games at a Big Ten school behind Michigan's Fielding Yost and Bo Schembechler who each did it in
119 games. Tressel is the fastest to win 100 games at Ohio State ahead of John Cooper (138 games)
and Woody Hayes (144 games).
- Tressel is the second-winningest active FBS coach with 235 career wins (235-78-2).
- Tressel is 88-6 when leading/tied at halftime and 93-6 when leading/tied going into the fourth
- Tressel is now 8-0 against the Hoosiers at Ohio State.
- Ohio State is 90-6 in the games in which it has rushed for at least 125 yards since Jim Tressel
became the Buckeyes' coach in 2001.
- Ohio State leads the all-time series with Indiana 67-12-5 and 43-10-4 in Columbus.
- Ohio State has won the last 16 meetings and has not lost to the Hoosiers since 1988.
- Terrelle Pryor passed for a career-high 334 yards, completing a career-high 24 passes with 3 TD
passes. It marked the first 300-yard passing game since Troy Smith in the 2006 Michigan game.
- Terrelle Pryor passed Craig Krenzel (4,493) for ninth place on Ohio State's all-time passing
- Terrelle Pryor totaled 315 yards of total offense, passing Steve Bellisari (6,496) for fourth
place on Ohio State's all-time list. Pryor now has 6,518 yards.
- Terrelle Pryor now has six 300-yard total offense games at Ohio State, tying Joe Germaine's
record of six from 1996-98.
- Ohio State is 22-1 when Terrelle Pryor throws at least one touchdown pass.
- Terrelle Pryor is now 25-3 as Ohio State's starting quarterback.
- Terrelle Pryor completed 11 straight passes in the second quarter.
- Brandon Saine hauled in a career-long 60-yard TD pass from Terrelle Pryor in the second
- Ohio State is 14-0 when Brandon Saine scores at least one touchdown.
- Dan "Boom" Herron recorded a season-long 39-yard run in the first quarter for Ohio State's
first score. Herron has now scored a TD in five straight games. He finished with 68 yards on 12
attempts and two scores.
- Ohio State is 14-2 when Dan "Boom" Herron scores a rushing touchdown in his career.
- DeVier Posey has caught at least one pass in 20 consecutive games. He finished with eight
catches for 103 yards and a touchdown for the fourth 100-yard receiving game of his career.
- Ohio State is 30-4 when Dane Sanzenbacher records at least one catch. He finished with four
catches for 60 yards.
- Ohio State has outscored the opposition 86-21 in the first quarter this season and 92-21 in the
- OSU was 3-of-4 in the red zone Saturday (2 TDs, 1 FG). They are now 28-of-32 (.875) this season
in the red zone (20 TD, 8 FG).
- ndiana came in averaging 348.2 yards passing, fourth best in the FBS, and 39.8 points per game,
13th best. Ohio State held them to season-lows of 141 yards passing and 10 points.
- Devon Torrence intercepted his first pass of the season and the third of his career in the
first quarter. He returned it 25 yards.
- Brian Rolle intercepted his second pass of the season and the fourth of his career in the
- Dominic Clarke intercepted his first career pass late in the fourth quarter. It gave the
Buckeyes three interceptions for the first time since the Michigan game in 2009.
- Ohio State came in averaging an FBS-best 6.4 three-and-outs per game. They recorded two more
- Ohio State has allowed 110 touchdowns overall since the start of the 2005 season. That is the
fewest by any FBS team in this span. The Buckeyes gave up just one TD Saturday.
- Ohio State has surrendered 42 rushing touchdowns since the start of the 2005 season, the fewest
among FBS teams in this span.
- OSU has surrendered 57 passing touchdowns since the start of the 2005 season, the second-fewest
among FBS teams in this span.
- It has been 29 games since the Buckeye defense allowed a 100-yard individual rushing
performance; that was by USC's Joe McKnight (105 yards in 2008). That streak is second-longest in
the nation, trailing only Alabama (32 games).
- Ohio State has allowed just seven 100-yard rushers since 2005, the fewest among FBS teams.
Boston College and Alabama are second with eight.
- Since the beginning of the 2005 season, the Buckeyes have allowed only seven 100-yard rushers
during a span of 69 games. That mark is the best by an FBS school during that time period.
- Freshman Christian Bryant made his first career start in place of the injured Tyler
SPECIAL TEAMS NOTES
- Punter Ben Buchanan had a career-long 53-yard punt (previous 52 yards vs. Marshall).
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Ohio State 38, Indiana 10 | October 9, 2010