Ohio State looked every bit like a Top 5 team in taking the wood to FCS Florida A&M during a 76-0 win over the Rattlers. Freshman Ezekiel Elliott had himself an afternoon, working predominately in the second half, and even third string quarterback Cardale Jones got into the action.
Florida A&M was never really in this one as they finished with just 80 total yards. Be it a punt block, interception, long run, or six passing touchdowns, Ohio State found numerous ways to get in a groove and in the process more than looked the role of 50+ point Vegas favorite en route to the biggest win of Urban Meyer's BCS conference coaching career.
The Buckeye's schedule only gets tougher from here and while there's not a ton of takeaways from what was functionally a scrimmage, that doesn't mean the win's not worth celebrating. In order to really appreciate it, let's check out the key plays from Saturday's action.
One of the silliest sequences you'll see all year:
Better call Hall:
Philly Brown magic:
Doran Grant with the punt block:
Jeff Heuerman scurries for 6:
Kenny Guiton to Evan Spencer:
Carlos Hyde's officially back:
Bradley Roby with his first big play of 2013:
In the play everyone will be talking about all year, Jordan Hall gets resourceful:
Kenny Guiton ties the all-time Ohio State single game touchdown record:
It's just too easy sometimes. The record is all Guiton's:
Ezekiel Elliott with his first career touchdown. Congrats, EzE!
Elliott with an impressive long run; a flash of things to come?
Finally, for good measure, Elliott finds the end zone again: