BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) - Indiana wants to get its offense back in sync this weekend against Arkansas State.
Offensive coordinator Matt Canada thinks he has the prescription.
Canada has spent all week critiquing and correcting the problems he saw at Ohio State, and he believes the mistakes will be fixed before Saturday's kickoff.
The Hoosiers may not have a choice.
Arkansas State is averaging more than 143 yards rushing and nearly 27 points per game, which could turn Saturday's contest into another shootout.
But after opening conference play with back-to-back losses to Michigan and Ohio State, the Hoosiers will take it - as long they get a victory.