Hoosiers Come to Town!!

YES!! I know the game between the Buckeyes and Terrapins was canceled this past Saturday, but let’s face it. That game would have been bad. So much so that the ASPCA, PETA, WWF and every other animal activist organization probably would have either protested or wrote a letter to the offices at Ohio State citing animal cruelty.

Quarterback Justin Fields and the Buckeyes have been on a terror and demolishing every opponent that they have faced before the canceled game against Maryland this past Saturday. This weekend, the Indiana Hoosiers (What is a Hoosier!?) come into the “Horseshoe” to play the Buckeyes. Ironically, both teams are undefeated.

Before I give my final prediction, let’s take a look at the series history…shall we?

The Buckeyes lead the all-time series, 75-12-5. Ohio State has also won 24-straight and are 55-2-2 against the Hoosiers since 1952. The last time the Buckeyes did not beat the Hoosiers was way back in 1990, which ended in a 27-27 tie. 1993 was the last time both teams were ranked (OSU #3, IU #9 this season) against each other in a head-to-head game. Not to mention, the last time Indiana beat the Buckeyes in Columbus…1987. So to say that the Hoosiers have a chance shouldn’t even be up for discussion. The Buckeyes are averaging 46 points a game. While the Hoosiers come in averaging 33 points a game.

For Indiana, the problem will not only be scoring points but stopping the Buckeyes from scoring. Which is something opposing defenses haven’t been able to do against Ohio State all season. If you’re asking me to be fair about the fact that Indiana is a good team, believe me, I am. Honestly, can anybody who will read this tell me the last time the Hoosiers won a Big 10 title or even a national title?? ( I already know the answer to this, I’m just trying to be fair haha).

FINAL PREDICTION: Whatever a Hoosier is… it gets sent back to Indiana with a broken heart. Hoosiers score. Buckeyes don’t stop scoring. 50-20, BUCKEYES!!

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