3 Up, 3 Down: Ohio State 52, Indiana 49 

October, 14, 2012
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- A few things Ohio State will feel good about and some issues it will need to correct after keeping its perfect record with a 52-49 win over Indiana on Saturday night at Memorial Stadium:


1. Double threat: Braxton Miller officially doesn't have to do it all himself in the backfield. The sophomore quarterback is getting plenty of help from running back Carlos Hyde, giving the Buckeyes an inside-outside duo that is giving opposing defenses fits. The Hoosiers had a plan to try to slow down Miller, but it left them vulnerable to Hyde on the inside as he bulled his way to 156 yards and a touchdown -- but that other guy still wound up with 149 and a score also.

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