COLUMBUS, Ohio – No. 2 Ohio State (7-0, 4-0) led 26-10 at the half behind four field goals and then got the offense clicking over the final 30 minutes to defeat visiting Iowa (3-4, 1-3) 54-10 at Ohio Stadium.
Kicker Noah Ruggles converted on all four field goal attempts in the opening half from 46, 41, 35 and 26 yards. He finished the day with 18 points (4 FGs, 6 extra pts.).
Defensively, Ohio State had three interceptions, two by Tanner McCalister and one returned for a score by linebacker Tommy Eichenberg. Latham Ransom lead the way with eight tackles, five solos and a forced fumble.
Overall, Ohio State finished with 360 yards of offense with 294 through the air.
COURTESY OSU ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS