The offense for No. 5 Ohio State has been highly efficient in the past couple of games.

Ohio State has scored 19 consecutive touchdowns with C.J. Stroud leading the offense, excluding the kneel-down at the end of the second quarter. These touchdowns are coming from a period of three games versus Rutgers, Maryland, and now, Indiana.

Ohio State came into this game as the top-ranked scoring offense in the B1G (48.5) and top-ranked total offense (562.7). They are in a solid rhythm with the several offensive skilled position impact players.

Ohio State is currently winning 44-7 late in the third quarter as they have accumulated 385 total yards against Indiana’s defense.