Ohio State entered Saturday’s game with Indiana as heavy favorites, but the Hoosiers didn’t care.

In the end, the Indiana rallied back from a 28-7 first half deficit to make it a much closer game than many expected, but were unable to pull even to the Buckeyes, eventually losing 42-35.

The No. 3 Buckeyes moved to 4-0 on the season, but there were plenty of issues that Ohio State head coach Ryan Day will need to address moving forward. Quarterback Justin Fields was intercepted three times on the day. Fields was having an interception-free season heading into the game with Indiana, but the Hoosiers defense made his passing game more difficult.

The Buckeyes surrendered just one touchdown in the first half, with some close calls within Ohio State’s red zone. But it all changed in the second half after Indiana found the end zone up four times in the comeback effort.

Day addressed some of the issues in his Tuesday press conference, which will be his only meeting with the media this week due to the Thanksgiving holiday.