Despite struggling through three quarters of Saturday’s Outback Bowl, Indiana has turned the postseason matchup against Ole Miss into a ball game.

Indiana trailed Ole Miss 20-6 entering the final quarter from Tampa, but a pair of Stevie Scott touchdowns tied the game at 20-20 with just under 6 minutes to play in the game. First, Scott scored on a 3-yard run just 4 seconds into the final quarter from Tampa to cut the Rebels’ lead in half.

Then, Scott took a direct snap from 2 yards out and plowed through the line of scrimmage and fell into the end zone to tie the game. Those were the only two touchdowns for the Hoosiers up to that point.

Scott has had a big game so far for IU. In addition to the two touchdowns, he’s totaled 88 yards on 17 carries and caught 2 passes for 34 yards. He’s been one of the top offensive weapons for the Hoosiers all afternoon long.

Will the Hoosiers be able to complete the comeback?