Ohio State remains undefeated, beats Rutgers 56-21

COLUMBUS, OH - SEPTEMBER 08: Ohio State Buckeyes players celebrate after a 52-3 win in the game against the Rutgers Scarlet Knights at Ohio Stadium on September 8, 2018 in Columbus, Ohio. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)

PISCATAWAY, N.J. (WJW) — No. 2 Ohio State remains undefeated after beating unranked Rutgers on Saturday. (56-21)

The Buckeyes came out swinging in the first quarter with J.K. Dobbins running 18 yards for a touchdown. Kicker Blake Haubeil helped secure the extra point.

Justin Fields then threw an 11 yard pass to Binjamin Victor for another TD with the extra point from Haubeil.

Minutes later Dobbins ran 8 yards capturing the team’s third touchdown.

Rutgers Isaih Pecho put 7 points on the board when he ran 26 yards for a TD with a minute left on the clock in the first quarter.

The Buckeyes quickly came back in the second landing two more TDs with help from Fields.

In the third quarter, the skilled QB racked up another TD making it his fourth of the game.

Rutgers scored their second TD of the game in the third with help from Johnny Langan.

Both teams had touchdowns in the fourth quarter, but OSU walked away with the victory.

OSU entered the match having won 15 straight games, dating back to last season. They’re also leading the nation with a 42.4-point scoring margin.

The Bucks take on Penn State next Saturday.

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