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SPT OSU22p Ohio State quarterback Kenny Guiton (13) throws the ball against  Florida A&M during the second quarter. Guiton threw a school record 6 TDS, all in the first half.
Ohio State quarterback Kenny Guiton (13) throws the ball against Florida A&M during the second quarter. Guiton threw a school record 6 TDS, all in the first half.
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Published: Saturday, 9/21/2013 - Updated: 1 year ago

OSU BUCKEYES FOOTBALL

Ohio State dismantles Florida A&M, 76-0

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Ohio State TB Rod Smith (7) stiff arms  Florida A&M Colby Blanton (36) during the second quarter. Ohio State TB Rod Smith (7) stiff arms Florida A&M Colby Blanton (36) during the second quarter.
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COLUMBUS — Kenny Guiton threw a school-record six touchdowns — all in the first half — and fourth-ranked Ohio State throttled FCS Florida A&M 76-0 today at Ohio Stadium.

Ohio State TB Jordan Hall takes out an official on his way to scoring a touchdown against  Florida A&M SS Jonathan Pillow (19) during the second quarter. Ohio State TB Jordan Hall takes out an official on his way to scoring a touchdown against Florida A&M SS Jonathan Pillow (19) during the second quarter.
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It was the most lopsided Ohio State win since 1935.

Ohio State TE Nick Vannett (81) makes a catch  against Florida A&M during the second quarter. Ohio State TE Nick Vannett (81) makes a catch against Florida A&M during the second quarter.
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With quarterback Braxton Miller resting his injured left knee for a second straight game, Guiton and OSU iced this one early in a 34-point first quarter.

The Buckeyes found the end zone on eight of their nine first-half drives. The other possession ended with FAMU linebacker George Elijah Maxey intercepting Guiton in the back of the end zone, inexplicably taking it out, and losing a fumble at the Rattlers 3-yard line. Jordan Hall punched in a three-yard touchdown run on the next play.

It was that kind of day. Guiton threw touchdown passes to Evan Spencer (two), Jeff Heuerman, Devin Smith, Carlos Hyde, and Chris Fields. In the first half, the fifth-year senior completed 24 of 34 passes for 215 yards.

HALFTIME

Ohio State quarterback Kenny Guiton has already thrown a school-record six touchdown passes to help shove the fourth-ranked Buckeyes to a 55-0 halftime lead over FCS Florida A&M.

With quarterback Braxton Miller resting his injured left knee for a second straight game, Guiton and OSU found the end zone on all but its first drive. That possession ended with FAMU linebacker George Elijah Maxey intercepting Guiton in the back of the end zone, inexplicably taking it out, and losing a fumble at the Rattlers 3-yard line. Jordan Hall punched in a three-yard touchdown run on the next play.

Guiton threw touchdown passes to Evan Spencer (two), Jeff Heuerman, Devin Smith, Carlos Hyde, and Chris Fields. The fifth-year senior completed 24 of 34 passes for 215 yards.

FIRST QUARTER

No. 4 Ohio State is rocking Florida A&M 34-0 after the first quarter of today's nonconference snoozer at Ohio Stadium.

With quarterback Braxton Miller resting his injured left knee for a second straight game, backup Kenny Guiton and the Buckeyes found the end zone on all but their first drive. That possession ended with FAMU linebacker George Elijah Maxey intercepting Guiton in the back of the end zone, inexplicably taking it out, and losing a fumble at the Rattlers 3-yard line. Jordan Hall punched in a three-yard touchdown run on the next play.

Guiton threw touchdown passes to tight end Jeff Heuerman and wideouts Evan Spencer and Devin Smith. Carlos Hyde also had a 1-yard TD in his first game back from a three-game suspension.

The Buckeyes held the Rattlers to four three-and-outs while Bradley Roby ended the visitors' other drive with his first interception of the season.



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