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Ohio State responds to Oklahoma backup’s ‘basic’ comment after easy win

Don’t anger the Bucks.

Ohio State got some easy bulletin board material this week when Oklahoma freshman quarterback Austin Kendall said the Buckeyes had a “basic” defense. The comment was made on a Sooners’ pregame show during the week leading up to the game, and garnered a lot of attention for obvious reasons.

Well, that trash talk apparently did nothing but ignite a fire into the Silver Bullets, who had a pretty dang good game Saturday night, as they rolled past the Sooners 42-24 in Norman.

Please believe, the Buckeyes were not quiet after the game.

One of the defensive leaders, Raekwon McMillan got his hands on a great sign:

NCAA Football: Ohio State at Oklahoma Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports

It looked like Jalyn Holmes was ready to take that thing home:

Redshirt freshman Dre’Mont Jones chimed in:

Cardale Jones, like many of us, wanted to see Kendall get some snaps:

Don’t be surprised if teams are silent the week before they play the Buckeyes from here on out this season.

Stay “basic”, Bucks.