Buckeyes hoping to earn spot in Big Ten title tilt
Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett has thrown 29 TDs against eight INTs.
Columbus, OH (SportsNetwork.com) -
The seventh-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes can win the Big Ten's East Division crown and clinch a spot in the conference championship game for the second straight year if they are able to get by the visiting Indiana Hoosiers on Saturday.
Both teams compete in the East Division, and come in at opposite ends of the standings -- Indiana in last place with an 0-6 league ledger, and Ohio State in first place at 6-0.
The Hoosiers, who will not be going to a bowl game as they are just 3-7 overall, have lost their last five bouts, including a 45-23 decision at Rutgers last Saturday. Following this contest, IU will host intrastate rival Purdue on Nov. 29 to bring the curtain down on the 2014 campaign.