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      Buckeyes defeat Hoosiers as Jim Tressel earns 100th win

      It was a special day in Columbus on Saturday as Ohio State Head Coach Jim Tressel earned his 100th career victory at the school in the Buckeyes 38-10 win over Indiana.

      On the field, quarterback Terrelle Pryor threw for scores of 22, 60, and 17 yards on his way to a career best 334 yards passing, easily topping his previous high of 266 in the Bucks 2010 Rose Bowl win over Oregon.

      Central Catholic TMs Dane Sanzenbacher was on the receiving end of one of Pryor TMs touchdown passes. His line for the game: 4 catches, 60 yards, 1 TD.

      After the game, Tressel TMs post game press conference was interrupted by Athletic Director Gene Smith for a special presentation.

      This was the Buckeyes last win as the #2 team in the country. After Alabama lost 35-21 to South Carolina later in the day, Ohio State took over the top spot in both polls.

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