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Hoosiers Dominated On Saturday Night: They Lose to Ohio State, 33-14

Article By on 4th October, 2009

... Hoosiers, from the start of the game, were just dominated on both sides of the ball.

On offense, the Ohio State d-line stuffed the run, and forced IU QB Ben Chappell to make poor passes, which resulted in two interceptions and numerous three and outs. Chappell finished the game with 210 yards passing, two touchdowns and two interceptions on 20/34 passing.

And on defense, the OSU o-line was able to get an incredible push, and their running game was moving the chains.

Even more amazing was the play of OSU quarterback Terrell Pryor, who outran and out threw the Hoosier defense.

If the Hoosier front seven ever got into the backfield, Pryor was able to escape and run ten yards or more ahead.

And if the o...

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