Ohio State vs. Indiana No. 3 Ohio State plays host to No. 9 Indiana on Saturday in a best 10 confrontation that conveys Big Ten East repercussions. Truly, that is what's going on this end of the week. Incidentally, for all the desires and suspicions about the Big Ten of every 2020, neither Michigan nor Penn

Ohio State vs. Indiana | Week 12 result, odds, College football game, kickoff time, live stream

November 20, 2020

Ohio State vs. Indiana

No. 3 Ohio State plays host to No. 9 Indiana on Saturday in a best 10 confrontation that conveys Big Ten East repercussions. Truly, that is what’s going on this end of the week. Incidentally, for all the desires and suspicions about the Big Ten of every 2020, neither Michigan nor Penn State are the greatest dangers to Ohio State’s Big Ten predominance. The Buckeyes have just discarded the Nittany Lions. A similar Penn State group that Indiana upset in the main round of the period and pushed them on a startling excursion to the best 10 of both significant surveys.

Game information

  • NCCAAFB Week 12
  • Ohio State vs. Indiana
  • Time: 11:00 PM
  • Date: Saturday, 21 November, 2020
  • Playing Field: Ohio Stadium, Columbus, OH
  • Television: FOX | Live stream: fuboTV (Try for nothing

In a year that has tossed a ton of curves our direction, Indiana being a best 10 group is without a doubt one of them.

Indiana has demonstrated that prevail upon Penn State was no accident as it followed it up with prevails upon Rutgers, Michigan and Michigan State. Presently the Hoosiers are hoping to bring down one more Big Ten force to be reckoned with.

Will the 2020 season get considerably more unusual this end of the week, or will Ohio State reestablish some request to the Big Ten scene?

Storylines

Ohio State: After Ohio State beat Penn State and Michigan lost to a similar Indiana group the Buckeyes play this week, I built up a feeling that the greatest danger to Ohio State’s season in 2020 would be the Covid. However long the Buckeyes maintained a strategic distance from a breakout inside the group, they appeared prone to three step dance to a Big Ten title. All things considered, a week ago was a token of that reality. Ohio State’s down against Maryland was dropped because of COVID issues on the Terps program, and Ohio State needed to pass on an end of the week. On the positive side, it gave the Buckeyes an additional week to get ready for an Indiana group that appears to be their hardest test before a potential Big Ten Championship Game. It additionally fills in as an update that – alongside the other dropped or delayed games nowadays – nothing is ensured to anyone in the 2020 school football season.

Indiana: half a month back, when Indiana beat Michigan, it wasn’t the manner in which it had done so that was astounding; it was that Indiana had done it by any stretch of the imagination. It was the first run through the Hoosiers had beaten the Wolverines in a football match-up since 1987. Would lightning be able to strike twice? The last time Indiana beat Ohio State in football was in 1988. It’s been 25 straight for the Buckeyes in this arrangement. While the Hoosiers have substantiated themselves in defining moments against Penn State and Michigan, we can’t overlook that both of those groups are right now a joined 1-7. Ohio State will be the hardest test by a wide margin.

Review

What stands out to me about Indiana’s staggering beginning is that a great deal of what’s pushed this group forward in 2020 isn’t supportable. Through four games, 37.8% of the focuses Indiana has scored on offense have fallen off turnovers. That is the second-most elevated rate in the nation, following just Purdue. The public normal is generally 16.8%. The normal separation of Indiana’s score drives, on account of the turnovers it has constrained, has been 53.2 yards. The main group in the nation with a more limited normal is Washington, and Washington has played one game. The Hoosiers have constrained 12 turnovers through their initial four games and exploited every one of them. That is not liable to occur against an Ohio State group that has improved employment of dealing with the ball. Indiana’s offense hasn’t demonstrated a talent for assembling 75-yard score drives as it will presumably need to do against Ohio State on Saturday. That makes it hard for me to believe the Hoosiers to hang with an Ohio State group that beat them 51-10 in Bloomington last season. Pick: Ohio State (- 20.5)