(COLUMBUS, Ohio) — No Braxton Miller? No problem. On Saturday, number four Ohio State defeated Florida A&M 76-0 behind backup quarterback Kenny Guiton.
Guiton once again started in place of the injured Miller, and the team didn’t miss a beat. Against Florida A&M, Guiton completed 24 of 34 passes for 215 yards.
But what was more impressive was that he threw a school-record six touchdowns on the day. Guiton threw touchdowns to five different players en route to the most lopsided win in for Ohio State since 1935.
On the ground, Ezekiel Elliott carried the ball 14 times for 162 yards as well as two touchdowns.
On defense, the Buckeyes allowed Florida A&M to get just two first downs in the contest while they were able to get 34.
Ohio State dominated the time of possession and allowed the Rattlers to get just 80 yards on offense.
The schedule gets tougher for Ohio State next week as they’ll open up their Big Ten play next weekend against number 24 Wisconsin at home.
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Eliott C. McLaughlin, CNN Newswire