Buckeyes Thrill in First Scarlet and Gray Game Under Urban Meyer

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COLUMBUS — The Buckeyes did not disappoint as 81,000 fans were on hand to witness Urban Meyer’s first Scarlet and Gray spring football game as head coach.

Down in Columbus on Saturday, Carlos Hyde got the party started with a touchdown which gave the Scarlet a 7-nothing lead.

Braxton Miller had an up and down day as he threw 2 interceptions, including one which was picked off by Adam Griffin.

Then later in the second, Miller showed off his arm and his legs when he rolled out and found Chris Fields wide open for the long gain.

Then Ken Guiton, calling plays for the Gray team, hit Devin Smith for the touchdown and the Scarlet beat the Gray 20-14.

Judging from recent media reports, Coach Meyer was pleased with his team’s effort this spring.

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