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Photos: Ohio State rolls Hoosiers behind J.K. Dobbins, Master Teague

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J.K. Dobbins ran for almost 200 yards against the Hoosiers and led the Buckeyes to a big win. (Birm/Lettermen Row)

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Photos: Ohio State rolls Hoosiers behind J.K. Dobbins, Master Teague

Bloomington, Ind. — The new-look Ohio State defense continued to erase memories of last season’s difficulties as the Buckeyes wiped out Indiana 51-10 in the first Big Ten game for first-year head coach Ryan Day.

Led by a punishing running game — both J.K. Dobbins and Master Teague III ran for more than 100 yards — Ohio State suffocated the Hoosiers with a merciless pass rush in the first half a heavy dose of ground-control football in the second.

Justin Fields didn’t have his best game of the young season but the Buckeyes sophomore quarterback continued to play turnover-free football and threw for 199 yards and three scores while also running in one touchdown.

Lettermen Row was in Bloomington and took in the sights and sounds of the 2019 Ohio State conference opener. Check out the photos from Indiana below.


2019 Season -- Week 3, at Indiana, Sept. 14, 2019

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I’ve been wondering why all the worry about running back? Teague will be a more than adequate replacement for Dobbins if he leaves early for the NFL.

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As long as Justin stays healthy and learns each game, I’ll take this 😊

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Birm is Lettermen Row's Director of Recruiting and the site's primary Ohio State sports photographer. A Toledo, Ohio native, Jeremy has been in similar roles for elevenwarriors.com and Landof10.com and has been covering the Buckeyes for seven years.

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