Five reasons the Ohio State Football team will crush the Indiana Hoosiers on national TV Thursday night.
The Ohio State Buckeyes will get the honor of kicking the college football season off with a bang as they will be playing their opener on prime time TV. Not only will Buckeye fans be getting excited about the return of football, fans across the country will be rejoicing as well.
ESPN’s College GameDay will make its 2017 season debut in Bloomington, Ind. to take part in this Big Ten East showdown. Buckeye football will be on full display on Thursday night, not like they would want it any other way regardless.
This game will be particularly interesting considering the recent acquisition of former Hoosiers’ head coach Kevin Wilson. Now working as the Buckeyes’ offensive coordinator, he will be navigating against the Hoosiers in what should be the biggest game of their season. It also just so happens to be the very first game for both teams since the coaching change.
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It was just two seasons ago where the Hoosiers tested the Bucks to the bitter end. The Bucks barely squeaked out a win against the Hoosiers in Bloomington.
In fact, the Hoosiers have been very competitive at home against the Buckeyes in the Kevin Wilson era. It has come down to the wire in the last two games the Bucks played in Bloomington. There was only a combined ten point differential in those two games. However, the Bucks haven’t lost to the Hoosiers since 1988 as a part of their 21 game win streak in the series.
The Buckeyes will be a solid favorite over the Hoosiers in what should be an entertaining welcoming act to open the new college football season. If the Buckeyes come out and execute in their usual style of play from the very first snap then this game will likely result in a solid win against their divisional opponent.