What can 66 yards tell you? Quite a lot. Ohio State held Maryland to 66 yards of total offense. Not since Nov. 5, 1960 has Ohio State held a Big 10 opponent to less yards.
Saturday’s 62-14 victory against Maryland was Ohio State’s most dominant win of the season (even though the special teams were at times a complete mess). The rushing attack of J.K. Dobbins, Mike Weber and, J.T. Barrett rumbled for 214 yards and three touchdowns. Barrett also looked sharp through the air finishing the day with 261 yards and three touchdowns. While the defense put in a masterclass-level performance on the other side of the ball, holding Maryland to only 16 passing yards.
What’s next? The Buckeyes head to Lincoln next Saturday looking to keep it rolling against a Cornhuskers team that lost at home 38-17 to Wisconsin.
HEADLINES: AP – No. 10 Ohio State keeps rolling, routs Maryland 62-14; Columbus Dispatch – Ohio State 62, Maryland 14 | Dominating … just not pretty; Cleveland.com – Ohio State football dominant again in 62-14 win over Maryland; Land-Grant Holy Land – J.T. Barrett continues to shine as Ohio State beats Maryland, 62-14; Eleven Warriors – Ohio State Mauls Maryland
AROUND THE B1G: Penn State 31, Northwestern 17; Michigan State 14, That School Up North 10; Wisconsin 38, Nebraska 17; Illinois 16, Iowa 45; Minnesota 17, Purdue 31; Charleston Southern 0, Indiana 27
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