INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Urban Meyer doesn't need any reminders about that losing feeling.
He also has no intention of discussing it with his players. At this point, there's really no need.
The Buckeyes head to Purdue on a 20-game winning streak. Meyer hasn't lost in 35 months and Ohio State won't face another team with a winning record until traveling to Michigan at the end of November. That doesn't mean Meyer or his players will take anything for granted this weekend as they try to continue building their case for a shot at the national title.
Purdue (1-6, 0-3) enters this weekend on a five-game losing streak and ranked 119th out of 123 in the Football Bowl Subdivision in scoring (13.7). But they have won three of last four in West Lafayette over the Buckeyes, too.