A 1-1 tie between a good Evansville team and an average OSU team. Evansville scored a nice header from a well whipped in free-kick by the very impressive #10 who showed some great touches all game. OSU tied it up with a beautiful own goal from a helpless Evansville defender who deflected a cross over the keeper. Both teams had numerous clear cut chances to put the game away throughout the game but the wet conditions hampered many crucial touches around the goalmouth. The coaching however was visibly world's apart. OSU's coaches spent most of their time yelling at the referees or Evansville players and showed a lack of class. He didn't make a substitution until the 80th minute even though half his players were bent over in exhaustion for a majority of the second half. OSU's two best players are their 2 outside midfielders yet their style is to bypass the midfield and hit long balls to the isolated forwards. Evansville tried to play the entire game and showed good shape when attacking and defending. They shift well defensively and counter with width which OSU doesn't. They looked much fitter and comfortable on the ball especially in the midfield. Maybe someone associated with OSU can answer this. How does a school like OSU only have a 1-6-2 record and a team full of average players with no flair, very little speed, no real size and no attacking ideas. With the facilities, prestige and environment at OSU, this should be a top 25 program every year. OSU will pose no problem to Penn State or Indiana.