Indiana seemed to be one of the few Big Ten teams in Week 3 to actually take care of its business.

The Hoosiers hosted Ball State and after a 21-point second quarter, the team eventually won the game 38-10. Indiana is now 3-0 on the season.

One intriguing story for the team so far has been the play of RB Stevie Scott. Scott, a freshman from Syracuse, N.Y., garnered 20 carries in Week 1 and got 70 yards out of them.

In Week 2, he truly broke out, taking 31 carries for 204 yards and 1 TD. Against Ball State, Scott scored two more times on his 18 carries for 114 yards.

With the back-to-back 100-yard performances, Scott broke program history:

The newcomer had one simple response on Twitter:

If you’ve got a great offensive line in front of you, it just makes things that much easier.

Scott and Indiana will host No. 24 Michigan State for a Saturday night Big Ten clash starting at 7:30 p.m.