Ohio State survived an upset bid by Indiana, using a last-minute goal-line stand to win 34-27 over the Hoosiers.
While the defense stepped up with the game on the line, the biggest reason for the Buckeyes’ victory was running back Ezekiel Elliott. The junior carried Ohio State’s offense, rushing for 274 yards and three scores on 23 attempts.
With the passing attack sputtering, Elliott received the bulk of the work on offense, which included touchdown runs of 55, 65 and 75 yards in the second half.
Here’s the highlights from Elliott’s huge day in Bloomington:
Here's Elliott just hurdling a defender: