Kenny Guiton's 6 TD passes break OSU record

Kenny Guition is having a pretty good day – and it’s only halftime. The Ohio State quarterback threw six touchdown passes in the first half to break the Ohio State school record for scoring passes in a single game. Watch it in this post.

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WoodyHayes on 9/21/2013 @ 1:40pm EDT Said:

Good for Kenny. People are going to say we’re running up the score…but when you’re that open, how can you not throw it?

Dennis on 9/21/2013 @ 3:29pm EDT Said:

OSU is playing a totally outmatched opponent. And what does Meyer do… he dials up the offense. If you don’t agree, look at the stats: With the Pass:Run ratio in the 1st quarter was 23:2, for 34 points. That’s running up the score. He tamed it down to 11:11 in the 2nd quarter and ran exclusively in the 2nd half. He gets credit for calling of the dogs in the 2nd half, after he was up 55-0. Classless move by Meyer, but Buckeye fans won’t see it that way.

Faygo on 9/21/2013 @ 3:30pm EDT Said:

Well, congrats to Ohio State. May they never rip off their fans again by playing such a ridiculous game.

mark on 9/21/2013 @ 3:42pm EDT Said:

Faygo,, This was supposed to be Vanderbilt, Vanderbilt backed out on Ohio St and Northwestern leaving a need for a fill in team, FAMU.

JoeW on 9/21/2013 @ 5:01pm EDT Said:

So according to some passing the ball is running up the score vice running the ball to score. So when Wisconsn beats FCS teams by 50 with 400 plus yards rushing it’s with class? Maybe they should have the players start taking a knee in the second quarter so that the other team doesn’t get their feelings hurt.

JoeW on 9/21/2013 @ 5:14pm EDT Said:

Just found this quote from the FAMU head coach: “We don’t want a pity party, I don’t have a problem with [Ohio State throwing the ball]. I don’t expect the coach to kneel. You play the game. You play for 60 minutes.”

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