Kyle McCord passed for 320 yards and two touchdowns, Marvin Harrison Jr. had eight catches for 163 yards and a score, and No. 4 Ohio State scored 27 straight points in the second half to beat Maryland 37-17 on Saturday.
Kyle McCord threw for three touchdowns and 318 yards and No. 6 Ohio State used a 35-point second quarter to defeat Western Kentucky 63-10 at Ohio Stadium.McCord’s 75-yard TD pass to Marvin Harrison Jr. on the first play from scrimmage after Western Kentucky had pulled to within four points gave the Buckeyes (3-0) a 21-10 lead and Chip Trayanum ran for a 40-yard score on the first play of their next series to make it 28-10.The last time OSU scored five TDs in a quarter was Sept. 21, 2013, vs. Florida A&M.
Kyle McCord threw for three touchdowns in the first half, two of them to All-American Marvin Harrison Jr., and No. 5 Ohio State blew past Youngstown State 35-7. McCord, starting for the Buckeyes in his third year in the program, was 14 for 20 for 258 yards and also threw a scoring pass to Emeka Egbuka. TreVeyon Henderson also rushed for a pair of scores. Harrison was looking for a big day after only two catches for 18 yards and zero touchdowns in a lackluster offensive effort for the Buckeyes in the Week 1 win over Indiana.
It’s no surprise the Ohio State Buckeyes would drop out of the top four when the latest College Football Playoff rankings were released Tuesday night. The only question that needed answer was how far would the drop be?