Ohio State vs Penn State

Time for a blackout in the Shoe. The undefeated Buckeyes took on the Nittany Lions in a primetime Saturday night game.  Cardale Jones continued as the starter depite the different energy when J.T. Barrett is on the field. Our offense continued its stuggles in the first quarter with no points on the board.  In the second half we turned it around with our stellar two headed rushing machine composed of Barrett and Elliott. The two combined for over 250 yards of rushing and three scores. The bucks went into the locker room at halftime with a lead of 21-3. Coming out of halftime Ohio State returned to offensive woes. No points accounted for in the third. Thankfully we rebounded extremely well in the fourth and scored another 17 points. Our defense reamined the backbone for this team only allowing 10 points and applying pressure to Christian Hackenburg constently. Joey Bosa had a sack very similar to the year before when he ended the game when he drove the blocking running back into Hackenburg. Bosa had one on one coverage in the inside of the line and he made a move and pushed the lineman right to Hackenburg. When Hackenburg attempted to scamble, Bosa just had to reach out and grab Hackenburg and pull him to the ground. On to the next one.