Indiana followed the game plan to near perfection Saturday.
The Hoosiers put up a school-record 49 points against No. 8 Ohio State. When they got behind, they rallied. And when time was running out, they recovered one onside kick to keep the pressure on the Buckeyes and nearly recovered another in field goal range to give them a shot to win the game or force overtime.
There was just one problem: Braxton Miller did far too much.
Miller ran for 149 yard, scored on a 67-yard run and threw TD passes of 60 and 46 yards, just enough for a wacky 52-49 victory at Indiana.
''I think we're getting better because I saw our team give a lot of fight against a really good football team,'' Hoosiers coach Kevin Wilson said. ''Someone was yelling upset on The Walk into the stadium, and I told the team the only thing that would be upsetting or shocking is we don't come to play.''
That certainly wasn't the case for the offense.
Cameron Coffman was 22 of 44 for 275 with one touchdown before givin...