The Ohio State Buckeyes fell behind the Indiana Hoosiers early in the second quarter at Memorial Stadium, but the team was able to comeback late and will now enter halftime leading by the score of 24-14.
After ending the first quarter with a slim, three-point lead, the Buckeyes gave it right back after Indiana's running back Stephen Houston rushed into the end zone for his second touchdown of the game.
Fortunately for Ohio State, they were able to regain the lead in the second quarter and keep it there. It was the special teams unit, however, that was able to get the Buckeyes the lead after blocking a punt for a touchdown.
The Buckeyes expanded on their lead after Braxton Miller connected with wide receiver Devin Smith for 60 yards and the touchdown.
It would be the last scoring play of the third quarter for either team, but perhaps the most important, as the score gave the Buckeyes a two-possession lead.