With a little more than a minute and a half left in the first half of Ohio State’s game against UNLV, redshirt-freshman quarterback Dwayne Haskins hooked up with former walk-on wide receiver C.J. Saunders for the first touchdown in each’s collegiate career. The 28-yard TD pass was a dart that was just passed the outstretched hand of a Rebel defender and put OSU up 44-7. The score marked the first in Ohio State history that six different receivers had caught touchdown passes in a game.
Austin Mack lit up the Horseshoe with his high-flying, 31-yard reception against Oklahoma two Saturdays ago. Unfortunately, the ensuing fall resulted in a concussion that kept him out of the rest of the game. The following week against Army, he scored his first career TD on a comeback route from Barrett. At 6’2, Mack is not the tallest receiver that the Buckeyes have, but thus far in 2017, he has proven to be a reliable receiver in a sea of Zone6 underachievement.
On the heels of their impressive 38-7 victory over Army, the Ohio State football team is starting to get hyped for this Saturday’s game against the UNLV Runnin’ Rebels. Both teams are coming off of big bounce-back victories, following disappointing defeats. The Rebs fell in the opening weekend to Howard 43-40, but came back the following Saturday to knock off Idaho 44-16. They then had an off-week to prepare for the Buckeyes. The No.
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