Indiana is not going quietly after falling behind 35-7 in the second half.

After hanging with Ohio State early in the first half and forcing some key mistakes by Justin Fields, Indiana saw the Buckeyes head into the break on a tear. Coming out with a touchdown early in the third quarter, the Hoosiers saw Ryan Day’s squad go on a run of 28-unanswered points.

It would be easy to pack it in after falling behind, but that is not the way Tom Allen’s squad plays. They battled back, starting with a huge 63-yard touchdown from Michael Penix Jr. to Ty Fryfogle.

It was a nice route by Fryfogle and an easy throw for Penix, but it was a great run by Fryfogle that got him in the end zone:

On the ensuing drive, Penix and the offense went right back to work. He rolled out of the pocket on this play and fired a strike over the top to Fryfogle.

Fryfogle had beaten his man deep and was able to hang onto the catch in the back of the end zone for the beautiful score:

That second touchdown makes it a 14-point deficit late in the third quarter. Can the Hoosiers keep coming back?