Ohio State Buckeyes Versus Indiana Hoosiers

Ohio State Buckeyes Versus Indiana Hoosiers
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Ohio State Buckeyes Versus Indiana Hoosiers

It will be an exciting match this weekend as the Ohio State Buckeyes face the Indiana Hoosiers team. The match will begin at 3:30 PM Eastern Time in Columbus, Ohio. Ohio State's head football coach Urban Meyer claimed the Buckeyes have practiced hard for the match as Ohio State prepares to host the Indiana team. The Buckeyes are on a roll with their record breaking winning streak while the Hoosiers want a win to recover from their match with the Badgers.

The Buckeyes have performed well during this season and is set to make a winning streak that may be set in the school's records. In fact, they just recently came from a 60-35 win against Illinois. However, Meyer seems to be unfocused on the bigger picture and instead aims to ready his team for their match against the Hoosiers. Preparation would be important since the Buckeyes's starting line backers such as Joshua Perry and Curtis grant have suffered injuries and may hamper the team's performance on defense.

Indiana has suffered a major setback during their match against Wisconsin at 3-51. Coach Kevin Wilson said that their powerful offense was unable to compensate for their defense during their fight against the Badgers. Although Wilson specializes in offensive play, he is looking for ways to make the team's weak defense not hamper their scores during this season.

The Buckeyes have earned a hard-fought win of 31-24 against the Badgers last September so the Hoosiers may have a hard fight with Ohio State this coming Saturday. Coach Wilson admits that they're facing a tough challenge citing the Buckeye's good line and skills.

Ohio State vs. Indiana (10/13/2012) - NCAA Football
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