It was a rough night for Indiana.

The Hoosiers welcomed No. 5 Ohio State to Bloomington and tied the game 7-7 in the 1st quarter. It was all downhill from there as the Buckeyes scored 47 straight points en route to a 54-7 victory.

Jack Tuttle started the game at quarterback for Indiana, but he was hurt on his lone touchdown pass. Donavan McCulley came in, then Grant Gamel entered the game. Tuttle came back briefly, then McCulley finished it out. All in all, Indiana threw for just 80 yards, led by 41 from Tuttle.

Defensively, the Hoosiers just didn’t have an answer for CJ Stroud, TreVeyon Henderson & Co. The Buckeyes totaled 539 yards and scored 30 or more points in the first half for an FBS- leading fourth time this year.

Indiana coach Tom Allen met the media after the game to discuss his team’s performance. Here’s what he had to say: