Jody Victor: This Saturday's game between the Buckeyes (5-0, 1-0) and Indiana (3-1, 0-1) will be played at Noon ET in Ohio Stadium, Columbus, Ohio. ESPN and ESPN3D will televise. Until then, here are some facts and stats from osu.edu.
* Ohio State is riding an 11-game win streak dating to last season, the third-longest among FBS teams behind Alabama (19) and Boise State (18)
* Ohio State leads the Big Ten in turnover margin(+1.80), forcing 14 and committing just five
* The Buckeyes have won 38 of their last 42 Big Ten games
* Coach Jim Tressel (234 wins) is the second-winningest active FBS coach behind Penn State's Joe Paterno (397)
* Jim Tressel is going for his 100th win at Ohio State Saturday against the Hoosiers
* Ohio State is 29-of-31 (.940) in the red zone this season, eighth best in the nation
* Terrelle Pryor has five career games with 300 yards total offense. The Ohio State record is six.
With a win Saturday, Head coach Jim Tressel would become the third-fastest coach to win 100 games at a Big Ten school (121 games) and the fastest at Ohio State. Michigan's Fielding Yost and Bo Schembechler each recorded their 100th win in their 119th game.
The Hoosiers are 3-1 and 0-1 in the Big Ten after dropping their first game of the season last Saturday to Michigan in a shootout, 42-35. Indiana opened the season with wins over Towson (51-17), at Western Kentucky (38-21) and Akron (35-20).
Statistically, Hoosiers quarterback Ben Chappell leads the Big Ten with 342.5 passing yards per game. Meanwhile, junior wide receiver Tandon Doss leads the conference with 107.7 receiving yards and 211.0 all-purpose yards per contest while ranking second in receptions per game (7.6) and kick return average (31.2).
Head coach Bill Lynch is in his fourth season in Bloomington with a 17-24 mark and a 98-91-3 record overall as a head coach. Lynch took the Hoosiers to the Insight Bowl in 2007.
Ohio State leads the all-time series with Indiana 66-12-5 and has a 23-2-1 edge when the two teams play in Indiana. The two teams did not play in 2007 or 2008 due to the Big Ten schedule rotation.
The Buckeyes have won 15 straight from the Hoosiers since a 41-7 loss in 1968 in Bloomington that represents the most lopsided setback for Ohio State in the 108-year-old series (first played in 1901). The Buckeyes have put together several winning streaks during the series, the longest of which was a 23-game stretch between 1960 and 1986.