This is not the season many Indiana fans envisioned, with the Hoosiers getting blown out at home by Ohio State in Week 8. It dropped Indiana to 2-5 on the season with Tom Allen’s squad still winless in B1G play.

The game against the Buckeyes started well enough with Indiana answering the opening score with a quick touchdown of its own. Unfortunately, Jack Tuttle – starting in place of the injured Michael Penix Jr. – was banged up on that touchdown. The Hoosiers would play 2 more QBs in place of Tuttle before he could return.

In the end, it was Ohio State’s explosive offense that continued its streak of 50-point showings in the blowout. After the game, linebacker Micah McFadden discussed the disappointing run.

According to McFadden, the Hoosiers are focused on flushing things and starting a brand new season down the stretch: