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OSU AT MIAMI GAMEDAY: Buckeyes can’t pass, tackle or score touchdowns in 24-6 embarrassment

 

Jordan Hall was the only star on offense rushing 14 times for 87 yards (courtesy of OSU athletics)

There were several weaknesses exposed in Ohio State’s 24-6 national television embarrassment to the Miami Hurricanes on Saturday night.

They couldn’t pass, catch, score touchdowns and the quarterbacks looked lost, completing 4 of 18 passes for a feeble 35 yards.

Joe Bauserman, who is turning into a one-game wonder, played tentative and scared, and didn’t to anything to secure the #1 quarterback job which most fans and media feel he shouldn’t be competing for anyway.

Braxton Miller showed he could make plays when plans break down, did lose a fumble and threw an interception which was tipped by his own receiver. However, he showed more poise than Bauserman, who looked out of his league.

The running game led by Jordan Hall and Carlos Hyde kept the game from being more lopsided than it was.

Hall, back from a two-game suspension by the NCAA, gave the offense a big lift by rushing for 87 yards on 14 carries before cramps slowed him in the second half.

Hyde continued his hard-nosed, bulldozing running with 54 yards.

The Hurricanes were led on offense by running back Lamar Miller, a sophomore who rushed for 184 yards on 26 carries. His 54-yard run through the right side on the first play from scrimmage set up Miami’s first touchdown and they were never in any real jeopardy after that.

Info compiled from staff, Radio, TV news

Ohio State comes up big in front of national audience; dominates Miami, 36-24

MEGASPORTSNEWS.COM GAME COVERAGE

COLUMBUS, OHIO — The sixth-largest crowd in Ohio Stadium history 105,454, was treated to a high-scoring affair Saturday afternoon, as the second-ranked Buckeyes dispatched the Hurricanes of Miami, 36-24. The score could’ve been 60-24 but the Buckeyes offense at times bogged down and had to rely on placekicker Devin Barclay’s leg to kick five field goals which helped seal the game.

(megasportsnews.com)

The Buckeyes defense picked off Miami quarterback Jacory Harris four times, 2 by CB Chimdi Chekwa.

Other heroes include QB Terrelle Pryor 12 of 27 passing for 223 yards and 1 touchdown; Pryor also gained 113 yards on the ground in 20 carries. TB Dan Herron rushed 70 yards on  14 carries scored a touchdown. WR DeVier Posey caught 4 balls for 105 yards.

Miami was led by QB Jacory Harris, who had solid stats, minus the four interceptions, 22 for 39 passing for 232 yards and 1 TD pass.

Running back Damien Berry rushed 16 times gaining 94 yards and WR Leonard Hankerson caught 7 passes for 90 yards.

Buckeye players sing Carmen Ohio after the game (megasportsnews.com)

The Hurricanes showed they have one of the best special teams in the country, returning a kickoff return and a punt return for a touchdown. Lamar Miller returned a kickoff return 88 yards for a touchdown in the first quarter for Miami’s first lead of 7-3.

In the second quarter, Travis Benjamin scored on a 79 yard punt return to cut OSU’s lead down to 20-17.

The Buckeyes outgained the Hurricanes 414 to 352.

Sebastian Hurricane and Miami players head to the locker room after game (megasportsnews.com)

GAME NOTES:

* Ohio State has had 57-consecutive crowds of more than 100,000 at Ohio Stadium.

* Ohio State now holds a 3-1 lead in the series.

* The Buckeyes will travel to Miami next season to meet the Hurricanes on September 17, 2011.

* Ohio State had four scoring drives under 1 minute (three TD’s and one field goal).

* Junior quarterback Terrelle Pryor is 21-3 as Ohio State’s starting quarterback and OSU is 18-1 in the games in which Pryor has thrown at least one touchdown pass.

* Terrelle Pryor passed for 233 yards and rushed for 113, just the fourth time in Ohio State history a Buckeye QB rushed for 100 yards and passed for 200 yards in the same game. Pryor accomplished this feat twice in 2009.

SOUNDS FROM THE MIAMI HURRICANES POSTGAME PRESS CONFERENCE (To listen to an audio file, click on the link)

45 410 Randy Shannon Miami coach Sees they need to get better, but there were positives in game

45 411 Randy Shannon Miami coach On Jacory Harris’ 4 INT’s was it all his fault

45 419 Jacory Harris Miami (FL) QB Were all the INT’s his fault or not

45 423 Jacory Harris Miami (FL) How far is Miami from Ohio State’s level

SOUNDS FROM OHIO STATE’S POSTGAME PRESS CONFERENCE (To listen to an audio file, click on the link)

45 440 Dexter Larrimore Ohio State DT On dropping DE Cameron Heyward into coverage led to 80 yard INT return

45 452 Chimdi Chekwa Ohio State CB On his 2 INT’s did he see Jacory Harris doing anything different


Miami Hurricanes invade Ohio Stadium for showdown with Buckeyes

13th ranked Miami will visit #2 Ohio State on Saturday for an early season crucial matchup at 3:40 p.m. EDT in Columbus, Ohio.

The game will be broadcast by ESPN with Brad Nessler and Todd Blackledge in the booth and Holly Rowe working the sidelines.

Hurricanes coach Randy Shannon (U of M photo)

Ohio State and Miami have met three times previously, with the Buckeyes holding a 2-1 edge. Ohio State was a 10-0 winner in the 1977 season opener at Ohio Stadium, while the Hurricanes captured a 23-12 win in the 1999 Kickoff Classic played at the old Meadowlands Stadium.

Ohio State won the most recent meeting, in double-overtime, 31-24 in the 2002 national championship game in the Phoenix suburb of Tempe, Arizona.

The Hurricanes are 1-0 after blasting Florida A&M last Thursday in Miami.

QB Jacory Harris completed 12-of-15 passes for 210 yards and three touchdowns, connecting with receiver Leonard Hankinson six times for 115 yards and two scores.

On the ground, running back Lamar Miller carried 11 times garnering 66 yards and one touchdown.

Defensively, the ‘Canes defense recorded 8 sacks and gave up 110 yards of offense in the shutout.

Head coach Randy Shannon is in his fourth season as head coach with a 22-17 overall record. He led the Hurricanes to the Champs Sports Bowl in 2009.

JIM TRESSEL PRESS CONFERENCE AUDIO FROM WEEKLY BRIEFING WITH THE MEDIA (To listen to an audio file, please click on the link)

45 397 & 45 398 Jim Tressel on Hurricanes, 2002 game (megasportsnews.com)

45 400 Jim Tressel on 2002 game with Miami (megasportsnews.com)

45 401 Jim Tressell on the 2 quarterbacks (megasportsnews.com)

45 404 & 45 405 Jim Tressel OSU pass rush, Miami DL (megasportsnews.com)

45 407 & 45 408 Jim Tressel on Brandon Saine, Roderick Smith (megasportsnews.com)