Ohio State Football: 5 Reasons The Buckeyes Will Crush Indiana

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Sep 26, 2015; Columbus, OH, USA; Ohio State Buckeyes head coach Urban Meyer celebrates with his team following the game against the Western Michigan Broncos at Ohio Stadium. Ohio State won the game 38-12. Mandatory Credit: Joe Maiorana-USA TODAY Sports

The Ohio State football team heads on the road this weekend to play the Indiana Hoosiers. Both squads enter Big Ten play with 4-0 records, and Ohio State is the only thing keeping Indiana away from its first 5-0 start in 48 years.

Here’s five reasons why the Buckeyes will stay undefeated:

1. Indiana’s Lack Of A Pass Rush

Indiana went into Winston-Salem last Saturday to play Wake Forest with just 3.0 team sacks. The Hoosiers added 6.0 to raise their tally to 9.0 on the year, but that number shouldn’t scare Taylor Decker and the rest of “The Slobs.”

Some context on the Hoosiers big defensive day: With pressure coming from the likes of Tegray Scales, Nick Mangieri and others, the Indiana rattled a freshman quarterback in Kendall Hinton. Cardale Jones is not Kendall Hinton.

Jones has been brought down three times  in 79 pass attempts this season. and as 6-foot-5, 250 pound Ben Roethlisberger clone, the rumor is he’s extremely difficult to bring down, according to Captain Obvious.

Plus, 12-Gauge may only own  six career starts, but he sports a national championship ring, in case you forgot. Jones also showed some signs of getting on track in 2015, completing 19-of-33 passes for 288 yards and two scores against Western Michigan.

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