The Ohio State football team continues to show impressive improvement on a week-to-week basis and it was no different in traveling on the road to take on Indiana. The Buckeyes raced out to a big lead and went into halftime ahead 44-7, effectively ending any chances of the Hoosiers making a game of it.
If you wondered what Indiana head coach Tom Allen thought about Ohio State after seeing the Buckeyes up close and personal, we can tell you that he was impressed. He started his press conference out discussing how big the loss of his starting quarterback Jack Tuttle was, but was also honest with himself and heaped praise on how challenging it is to stop the OSU offense.
He stopped short of saying the Buckeyes were the best offense he’s seen but started to go there. He called Ohio State a “special football team offensively” and praised the play of C.J. Stroud.
Allen had some other things to say and we’re sharing them with you here thanks to “TheHoosier” YouTube Channel.
Ohio State will now turn its attention to a matchup with Penn State at night in the ‘Shoe next week. Things start to get very interesting from here on out, but it was a great showing once again Saturday night.
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