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#6 Ohio State 51 Indiana 10: Hoosiers Postgame News & Notes

Sept. 14, 2019

Peyton Hendershot was the IU Offensive star with a huge 49-yard TD catch and run

Logan Justus connected on a field goal for the other Hoosiers score













• Ohio State marked Indiana’s 12th Top-10 opponent since the start of 2015, tied for the third-most nationally with Auburn and Michigan State, behind Alabama (17) and the Buckeyes (13).

• IU also has faced eight Top-5 foes since the start of 2015, tied for the second-most nationally with Auburn and Clemson, behind Alabama (12).

• The Hoosiers received the ball first for the second time this season after OSU won the coin toss and deferred to the second half.

• Senior left tackle Coy Cronk, fifth-year senior linebacker Reakwon Jones, fifth-year senior right guard Simon Stepaniak and fifth-year wide receiver Nick Westbrook served as game captains. The four are the team’s season captains.

• Former Indiana linebacker Tegray Scales (2014-17) and television/film director Davind Anspaugh served as today’s honorary captains.

• Fifth-year senior wide receiver Donavan Hale became the 45th Hoosier to surpass 1,000 career yards. He made two receptions for 33 yards.

• Hale also completed the first pass of his career when he hit redshirt sophomore tight end Peyton Hendershot for a 49-yard touchdown.

• It marked the first TD toss by a wideout since Mitchell Paige found Richard Lagow from 5 yards out in the Hoosiers win over No. 17 Michigan State on Oct. 1, 2016.

• The 49-yarder was a career-long for Hendershot, who finished with a career-high 70 yards on four receptions. Hendershot now owns 13 catches for 191 yards and two scores in 2019. He totaled 15 receptions for 163 yards and two touchdowns in 2018.

• Hendershot’s 191 yards rank 10th on the program’s single-season list for tight ends.

• Quarterback Peyton Ramsey made his first start of his 2019 and the 17th of his career. The redshirt junior moved into ninth place on the program’s career list for total offense (5,095).

• Sophomore running back Stevie Scott III saw his streak of seven-straight games crossing the goal line snapped.

• Junior defensive end Michael Ziemba recorded a career-high four tackles, including two solos. His 1.5 TFLs and two quarterback hurries were also a career-high.

• Redshirt sophomore safety Juwan Burgess forced his first career fumble in the fourth quarter, while senior safety Khalil Bryant made the recovery, the first of his career.

• IU has a takeaway in 20 of its last 21 games.

• Fifth-year senior defensive end Allen Stallings IV recorded his sixth-career sack in the second quarter, and sophomore defensive tackle Demarcus Elliott added his second-career sack in the fourth quarter. Elliott added matched a career-high with four tackles.

•  Fifth-year senior kicker Logan Justus continued his perfect season with a 29-yard field goal, his fifth of the year, in the opening stanza and his ninth extra point.

•  Indiana’s career field goal percentage leader is now 20-of-23 on field goals (87.0 percent) and 41-of-42 on PATs (97.6 percent).

•  Justus reached the 100-point mark for his career with his field goal.