Indiana Vs. Ohio State Final Score: Buckeyes Survive, Down Hoosiers 34-20

The Ohio State Buckeyes were in a dogfight for a while, finding themselves tied 20-20 with the Indiana Hoosiers in the second half. A 20-yard touchdown run by quarterback Braxton Miller to end the third quarter gave the Buckeyes a second wind, however, and the Hoosiers wouldn't challenge again. Final score: 34-20, Ohio State.

The Hoosiers, perpetual underdogs, certainly put up a fight. Indiana found some success on the ground against one of the conference's best defensive fronts, with Stephen Houston and quarterback Tre Roberson combining for 40 carries and 126 yards. Unfortunately, the Buckeyes were even better on the ground, racking up 346 yards among Miller, Daniel Herron and Carlos Hyde.

With the win, the Buckeyes kept themselves in good position to make the B1G's inaugural championship game. With a Penn State loss, the Buckeyes would control their own destiny to the Rose Bowl. 

For more on the Buckeys, be sure to check out the SB Nation blog Along The Olentangy. For more on the Hoosiers, head over to The Crimson Quarry. Stay tuned to our Week 10 StoryStream for college football scores from around the country throughout the day.

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