Ohio State Vs. Penn State Live Stream

Ohio State Vs. Penn State Live Stream

Ohio State Vs. Penn State Live Stream

Sure enough, it was as Ohio State took a 14-13 lead into the fourth quarter after overcoming a 13-0 deficit in the second quarter. McSorley ran twice for 19 yards to set up Sanders' 1-yard touchdown, which made it 26-14 with 8:00 left. Haskins connect with Binjimen Victor, who weaved and slipped through tacklers for a 47-yard touchdown catch and run that cut it to 26-21 with 6:42 left. Ultimately, the Buckeyes have more speed and talent all around than Penn State in my opinion.

Penn State got the ball into Ohio State territory on its first play after that touchdown, but defensive end Chase Young made two big plays as the Buckeyes held on. "It's just rallying as a team, as a unit and realize that we have to get the job done". He also broke the school record for total offense, accounting for 461 of the Lions' 492 yards. Yes, but there is a lot of football still to come and plenty to evaluate as Penn State keeps plugging away in the Big Ten.

"We obviously didn't make the right call in that situation, and that's on me, nobody else", Franklin said.

Penn State outgained Ohio State 492-389. Ohio State outgained Penn State by almost 100 yards to close things out.

Though the offense couldn't get anything going, Drue Chrisman tilted the game to Ohio State's advantage with a pair of booming punts - a 44-yarder to pin the Nittany Lions to their own 12, and then a 58-yarder to the 2.

Shareef Miller and Koa Farmer both had strong nights while Cam Brown played one of his more complete games at linebacker and Micah Parsons is starting to look the part as well.

Offensively, Ohio State is putting up 54.5 points and 599 yards per game.

The Lions had taken a 13-0 lead with the help of big plays. It especially seemed that way on the following drive when Ohio State penetrated to the Penn State 16, but the Nittany Lions forced a Sean Nuernberger 33-yard field goal, but that score was wiped off the board due to a face mask call and Nuernberger's ensuing 48-yard try was no good.

No. 4 Ohio State traveled to No. 9 Penn State on Saturday night in a game with major College Football Playoff implications. But then Ohio State's offense responded with the right answers at the right time, something Penn State was unable to do.

The Buckeyes finally got on the board two plays later when Haskins hit J.K. Dobbins on a screen pass, who carried it 26 yards for a touchdown with 1:50 to go before the break.

Penn State has won 24 of its past 28 games, but those four losses have been by a combined eight points. Miles Sanders was quiet with 43 yards on 16 carries and Juwan Johnson and Brandon Polk were inconsistent catching the ball beyond Juwan's awesome one-handed grab. Sanders finished the game with 16 carries for 43 yards.

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