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Quick Drive Keyed Buckeye Victory

Quick Drive Keyed Buckeye Victory

It takes 60 minutes to win a ball game, but it took one drive for Ohio State to firmly assert control of its game against Indiana. Take a look at the second-quarter drive that saw the Buckeyes march right down the field against the Hoosiers and answer the host's first scoring drive.

The statistics say it all. Three plays, 55 yards and a 23-yard touchdown strike from Terrelle Pryor to DeVier Posey. Barely a minute ticked off the scoreboard in the process. All scoring drives should be so easy. Playing on the road against an upstart Indiana team hoping to make a statement in a night game, Ohio State compiled its most effective scoring drive this season that helped take the... Recommended Stories

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