Ohio State football (5-0) beat Nebraska 48-7 on a night when Jeffrey Okudah recorded two interceptions, JK Dobbins rushed for 177 yards, and Justin Fields threw for 212 yards and 2 touchdowns.
Fields also ran for 72 and scored a touchdown rushing. He discussed his performance after the game.
The Buckeyes did see their streak of scoring 124 unanswered points ended, but Ryan Day had very little to be unhappy with. His defense may have given up a nine-yard rushing TD to Dedrick Mills, but they also held Nebraska to 31 points below their season average. Plus, they became the first defensive unit in 26 college games to limit Huskers receiver JD Spielman to fewer than two catches. (He had one, seven-yard reception.)
Offensively, not only did Dobbins and Fields get going, but Austin Mack had his first touchdown of the year. Master Teague rumbled into the end zone twice. And the Buckeyes did not go three-and-out all evening. (Which means the Scarlet and Gray has three, three-and-outs this entire season.)
Hear Day here.