LINCOLN, Neb. –The Ohio State Buckeyes dominated the Nebraska Cornhuskers in Saturday night’s game at UNL.
OSU’s Quarterback Justin Fields wasted no time securing the first touchdown just minutes after kick off.
They excitement continued as the Bucks barreled through the first half. They won 48 to 7.
Both teams came in with some impressive stats (OSU 4-0 and Huskers 3-1) and tough players, like Huskers quarterback Adrian Martinez.
During last week’s win over Illinois, Martinez threw 327 yards and three touchdowns and ran for another, according to the AP.
“When you combine his ability to run and throw, along with his intelligence and game management, he is by far the best quarterback we’ve seen,” Ohio State Coach Ryan Day told reporters.
The Buckeyes feature their own dual-threat quarterback, Justin Fields, who has already accounted for 19 total touchdowns in his first four games at OSU – all victories.
Coach Day knew it’d be a challenging match up but was confident his team would come out on top.
“We know what a challenge it will be on the road, and we know how big it will be to get the win on the road at tough place to play. They’re going to be all jacked up. ESPN’s Gameday is going to be there. We have to handle that. It’s our first big challenge as team.”
Ohio State returns home next Saturday, October 5 to host #25 Michigan State.