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Though running back Ezekiel Elliott’s 153 yards on 27 carries dominated Ohio State’s offensive statistics, it was back-up quarterback J.T. Barrett who lit a fire in the Buckeyes’ offense in a 38-10 win over Penn State on Saturday night. Barrett was at quarterback for four of Ohio State’s five touchdowns and had a role in all four of them. He rushed for 102 yards on 11 carries and scored on runs of 13 yards and 5 yards and was 4 of 4 for 30 yards and two touchdowns on a 6-yard pass to Michael Thomas and a 5-yard throw to Braxton Miller, a Wayne High School graduate.


Courier photos by Adam Lacy / www.ImageJock.com

Though running back Ezekiel Elliott’s 153 yards on 27 carries dominated Ohio State’s offensive statistics, it was back-up quarterback J.T. Barrett who lit a fire in the Buckeyes’ offense in a 38-10 win over Penn State on Saturday night. Barrett was at quarterback for four of Ohio State’s five touchdowns and had a role in all four of them. He rushed for 102 yards on 11 carries and scored on runs of 13 yards and 5 yards and was 4 of 4 for 30 yards and two touchdowns on a 6-yard pass to Michael Thomas and a 5-yard throw to Braxton Miller, a Wayne High School graduate.


Courier photos by Adam Lacy / www.ImageJock.com

Though running back Ezekiel Elliott’s 153 yards on 27 carries dominated Ohio State’s offensive statistics, it was back-up quarterback J.T. Barrett who lit a fire in the Buckeyes’ offense in a 38-10 win over Penn State on Saturday night. Barrett was at quarterback for four of Ohio State’s five touchdowns and had a role in all four of them. He rushed for 102 yards on 11 carries and scored on runs of 13 yards and 5 yards and was 4 of 4 for 30 yards and two touchdowns on a 6-yard pass to Michael Thomas and a 5-yard throw to Braxton Miller, a Wayne High School graduate.

Though running back Ezekiel Elliott’s 153 yards on 27 carries dominated Ohio State’s offensive statistics, it was back-up quarterback J.T. Barrett who lit a fire in the Buckeyes’ offense in a 38-10 win over Penn State on Saturday night. Barrett was at quarterback for four of Ohio State’s five touchdowns and had a role in all four of them. He rushed for 102 yards on 11 carries and scored on runs of 13 yards and 5 yards and was 4 of 4 for 30 yards and two touchdowns on a 6-yard pass to Michael Thomas and a 5-yard throw to Braxton Miller, a Wayne High School graduate.

Though running back Ezekiel Elliott’s 153 yards on 27 carries dominated Ohio State’s offensive statistics, it was back-up quarterback J.T. Barrett who lit a fire in the Buckeyes’ offense in a 38-10 win over Penn State on Saturday night. Barrett was at quarterback for four of Ohio State’s five touchdowns and had a role in all four of them. He rushed for 102 yards on 11 carries and scored on runs of 13 yards and 5 yards and was 4 of 4 for 30 yards and two touchdowns on a 6-yard pass to Michael Thomas and a 5-yard throw to Braxton Miller, a Wayne High School graduate.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/35/2015/10/web1_Brax_14050.jpgThough running back Ezekiel Elliott’s 153 yards on 27 carries dominated Ohio State’s offensive statistics, it was back-up quarterback J.T. Barrett who lit a fire in the Buckeyes’ offense in a 38-10 win over Penn State on Saturday night. Barrett was at quarterback for four of Ohio State’s five touchdowns and had a role in all four of them. He rushed for 102 yards on 11 carries and scored on runs of 13 yards and 5 yards and was 4 of 4 for 30 yards and two touchdowns on a 6-yard pass to Michael Thomas and a 5-yard throw to Braxton Miller, a Wayne High School graduate. Courier photos by Adam Lacy / www.ImageJock.com

http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/35/2015/10/web1_Brax_14686.jpgCourier photos by Adam Lacy / www.ImageJock.com

Though running back Ezekiel Elliott’s 153 yards on 27 carries dominated Ohio State’s offensive statistics, it was back-up quarterback J.T. Barrett who lit a fire in the Buckeyes’ offense in a 38-10 win over Penn State on Saturday night. Barrett was at quarterback for four of Ohio State’s five touchdowns and had a role in all four of them. He rushed for 102 yards on 11 carries and scored on runs of 13 yards and 5 yards and was 4 of 4 for 30 yards and two touchdowns on a 6-yard pass to Michael Thomas and a 5-yard throw to Braxton Miller, a Wayne High School graduate.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/35/2015/10/web1_Brax_15179.jpgThough running back Ezekiel Elliott’s 153 yards on 27 carries dominated Ohio State’s offensive statistics, it was back-up quarterback J.T. Barrett who lit a fire in the Buckeyes’ offense in a 38-10 win over Penn State on Saturday night. Barrett was at quarterback for four of Ohio State’s five touchdowns and had a role in all four of them. He rushed for 102 yards on 11 carries and scored on runs of 13 yards and 5 yards and was 4 of 4 for 30 yards and two touchdowns on a 6-yard pass to Michael Thomas and a 5-yard throw to Braxton Miller, a Wayne High School graduate. Courier photos by Adam Lacy / www.ImageJock.com

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