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Video: Guiton, Miller get fancy on TD passes

It took less than a minute for No. 4 Ohio State to get on the scoreboard Saturday at Purdue, and it hasn’t slowed down since. To start things off, Doran Grant picked off Danny Etling and returned it 33 yards for a touchdown just 57 seconds into the game. It’s been a highlight show ever since, including a pair of unconventional touchdown passes, one from Braxton Miller and another from Kenny Guiton. Which one was better? Watch them both and vote in the poll below. Kenny Guiton channels his inner Tim Tebow: INSTANT REPLAY: @TimTebow must have taught @OhioStFootball's Kenny

Big Ten office hands out Week 4 individual honors

The Big Ten Conference announced its Week 4 Players of the Week on Monday. The list is headlined by Ohio State quarterback Kenny Guiton, who threw an Ohio State record six scoring strikes, but it also includes a pair of Hawkeyes. See all the honorees and their video highlights in this post. Offensive Co-Players of the Week: Kenny Guiton, Ohio State, Sr., QB Threw six touchdowns, an Ohio State record and the second-most in Big Ten single-game history, in Ohio State’s victory over Florida A&M Completed 24 of 34 passes for 215 yards while playing the first half only in

Ohio State's big debate: Guiton or Miller?

Kenny Guiton continues to be America’s top super sub. Today, he was at his best yet. The senior captain hit 24-of-34 passes for 215 yards with a school single-game record six touchdown passes—all of which came in the first half—in a 76-0 romp over Florida A&M. “I had all day,” Guiton said. “The coaches wanted to come out throwing the ball around and I thank them for the trust they had in me to be able to do that.” Sure, FAMU is a FCS team that got $900,000 for its sacrifice. Still, this was yet another impressive effort for Guiton,

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. VIDEO: Kenny Guiton's school-record 6th TD pass in 1 game. And it's halftime. #buckeyes #orvillemoment – — Big Ten Network (@BigTenNetwork) September 21, 2013 Presented by Orville Redenbacher’s Popcorn, these video segments are great football moments clipped and posted online during live Big Ten football games. Are you on Twitter? Follow any or all

Analyzing the numbers: Braxton vs. Kenny

The Ohio State Buckeyes are 3-0 and have the longest current winning streak in the FBS at 15 games. Still, they find themselves in an unforeseen quarterback battle in the early stages of the season. Junior quarterback Braxton Miller entered 2013 as a favorite to compete for the Heisman Trophy after setting a school record with 3,310 total yards of offense and leading the Buckeyes to a perfect 12-0 record last season. However, injuries have slowed down Miller this season, allowing senior quarterback Kenny Guiton to have a breakout performance. Guiton recorded a career-high 276 passing yards and four touchdowns

Video: Ohio State's Kenny Guiton visits #BTNLive

Kenny G. KG. Whatever you prefer to call Kenny Guiton, there’s no debating the Ohio State senior is one of the nation’s elite backup quarterbacks. Guiton, in his first career start, showed it yet again in Saturday night’s 52-34 victory at Cal. Braxton Miller’s backup made the Buckeyes not miss Braxton Miller, which is hard to do, throwing for 276 yards and four touchdowns and adding 92 rushing yards in the offensive explosion. [ MORE: Dienhart’s Power Rankings | Bowl Projections | Grades & honors ] Guiton’s performance was so special, in fact, it earned him the Big Ten Offensive

Big Ten hands out Week 3 football honors

The Big Ten office released its Week 3 Players of the Week on Monday morning, and Ohio State won two of the four awards. Backup quarterback Kenny Guiton won Offensive Player of the Week and star linebacker Ryan Shazier took home Defensive Player of the Week. See all the honorees in this post. Offensive Player of the Week: Kenny Guiton, Ohio State, Sr., QB Completed 21 of 32 passes for 276 yards and four touchdowns, all career highs, to lead Ohio State to a road win at California in his first career start Gave the Buckeyes a quick 21-0 lead

Braxton Miller out, Kenny Guiton gets first start

Kenny Guiton has made a name for himself as a reliable backup. Saturday night at Cal, we’ll see how the veteran sub does as the starter. Guiton will get his first career start in place of star Braxton Miller, who injured his knee last week vs. San Diego State. [ MORE: Track all of tonight’s Big Ten night games with our live blog ] Guiton filled in admirably for Miller last week, going 19-of-28 for 152 yards and two touchdowns; he also added a game-high 83 rushing yards, including a 44-yard scoring scamper. The senior made a big name for

U.S. Marines Corps: Leaders of Week 8

Every Saturday night during the college football season, web editor Brent Yarina hands out his weekly Big Ten Game Balls. The series is called “U.S. Marines Corps: Leaders of the Week,” and it’s designed to spotlight the Big Ten’s top individual performances. Who took home the honors from Week 8? Find out in this post. WEEK 8 GAME BALLS 1. Montee Ball & James White, RB, Wisconsin: 39 car., 341 yards, 5 TD – Or maybe it should be the Wisconsin offensive line getting the praise here. Regardless, Ball and White took advantage of the line’s strong play vs.