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5 Answers: Ohio State at Indiana

Austin Spitler

The competition to rush the quarterback came out a draw, but the Buckeyes' new-look shotgun offense did more damage than did Indiana's pistol. We look at all that as well as a little bit of "wildcat" in the Indiana edition of Five Answers.

1. Can the Buckeyes protect their quarterback and get after their opponent's? Indiana and Ohio State entered the game tied for second in the Big Ten in sacks with 11 through four games, and both teams tallied three sacks and were able to bother both quarterbacks with some regularity. Austin Spitler, Nathan Williams and Robert Rose got to the quarterback for the Buckeyes, while Matt Mayberry...

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