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J.T. Barrett threw touchdown passes to five different receivers in the first half, and No. 10 Ohio State cruised to a 54-21 win over Nevada-Las Vegas on Saturday.
Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer
Ohio State is in the cushy, confidence-boosting portion of its schedule, and it has capitalized today. Building consistency in the passing game continues to be the top priority, and the Buckeyes have received big days from QBs J.T. Barrett (209 pass yards, 5 TDs) and Dwayne Haskins (133 pass yards 2 TDs). Best of all, seven different players have touchdown receptions.
Will Reeve ESPN
Practicing with the Best Damn Band in the Land drummers yesterday. Game day today. Rhythm nowhere to be found.
There's still an inherent question about how safe Ohio State's pass offense will be with Dwayne Haskins at QB, but its run game and defense might be so good it doesn't actually matter.
With freshman J.K. Dobbins off to a huge start and 2016's top B1G frosh, Mike Weber, nearly healthy, Ohio State could field a two-headed RB monster.
Penn State will be challenged at night at Iowa, Michigan gets a road test from a surprising upstart, and Michigan State hosts a traditional rival.
The Raiders' rookie cornerback will likely face off against Terrelle Pryor -- the one-time Oakland and Ohio State QB who has remade himself into a WR.
Dan Murphy ESPN Staff Writer
Ohio State's Urban Meyer says he doesn't think he's ever had two backs like JK Dobbins and Mike Weber to use at the same time. Eventually the Buckeyes would like to put both of them on the field at the same time.
Ohio State is asking a judge to throw out a lawsuit by one of its most famous football stars, who alleges the university used ex-athletes' photos without permission and denied them of compensation.
Ryan McGee, Chris Low and Jake Trotter debate how much of the SEC is actually on the hot seat, discuss frustrations coming out of Big Ten country, rivalry calendars and more.
Oklahoma exposed plenty of Ohio State's weaknesses, but the Buckeyes have been in this position before. They need to avoid any sort of complacency to make up ground.
Our two experts are split on which school will come out on top in the Big Ten. They do agree on which division the winner will come from.
Take a look back on the best performances of Week 3 in the Big Ten and look ahead to Week 4.
Ohio State remains at No. 8 following Saturday's rout of Army at home. Its non-conference slate will wrap up next Saturday when UNLV visits.
In a week that otherwise didn't provide many surprises, Purdue's continued strong play and Nebraska's second straight loss provide some movement.