It took all four quarters, but IU was able to beat Rutgers, 24-17, to earn its first conference win of the season last weekend.
Now with a 4-1 overall record and a 1-1 mark in Big Ten games, IU travels to Columbus, Ohio, to take on the No. 3-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes.
Indiana Daily Student football writers Cameron Drummond, Sean Mintert and Murphy Wheeler discuss why IU’s offense stalled in the second half against Rutgers and what a successful game for IU will look like against Ohio State.
1:10: Recapping the Rutgers win
7:15: Are IU’s offensive struggles the fault of Peyton Ramsey?
12:40: Michael Penix Jr. vs. Peyton Ramsey debate
16:45: Is IU’s 4-1 record misleading?
18:10: Checking in with former IU running back Tyler “Big Bacon” Natee
20:00: An overview of Montana State University
22:25: What chance does IU have of beating Ohio State?
25:40: Ohio State’s phenomenal running back tandem
30:45: What makes Saturday a success for IU?
36:00: 4th and 1 with Sean Mintert
38:00: Score predictions
40:50: What went wrong for the United States against Europe in the Ryder Cup?
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