Posted November 06, 2011 on ohiostate.scout.com
For Ohio State's matchup with Indiana, we looked at the potential for a slow start, the improvement of the Buckeye passing game, the problems with a no-huddle Hoosier offense and more. See how it turned out with this week's Five Answers.
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