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Indiana intercepted Justin Fields twice, sacked Fields twice and struck on a 68-yard completion.

With the score tied 7-7 in the second quarter, the Hoosiers looked capable of pulling off a mammoth upset in the Big Ten, one that would’ve stood as perhaps the best victory in program history — easily the program’s most important victory in decades — and rewritten the College Football Playoff debate just days before the selection committee meets to unveil the first rankings of the regular season.

Ohio State’s next three drives: 24 plays, 244 yards and three scores. The Buckeyes’ opening drive of the second half traveled 75 yards on six plays to make it 35-7.

Left in the dust, IU climbed back behind