OSU 28 Troy 10
• Ohio State is 801-305-53 in its 119th season of play. The win total ranks fifth all-time in Division I college football. The only other schools to have 800 or more wins are Michigan, Notre Dame, Texas and Nebraska.
• Terrelle Pryor made his first career start at quarterback Saturday, marking the first time a true freshman has started at QB for the Buckeyes since Art Schlichter in 1978. Pryor finished the game 10-for-16 for 139 yards and four touchdowns. He broke Schlichter’s freshman record of three touchdowns in a single game, set vs. Purdue Oct. 14, 1978.
• A crowd of 102,989 attended Saturday’s game. Crowds of more than 100,000 have seen the last 44 games at Ohio Stadium.
3 thoughts on “Ohio State vs. Troy”
It was a good day to lick our wounds from last week.
Holy cow! 102,000! There’s no way I could sit in that nosebleed section. I thought about you during that game. VT didn’t look very good yesterday but they managed to squeak out a win.
Our game was a squeaker til the last quarter. I’m glad both our teams won 🙂
Looks like it was fun. We didn’t get to see the game but kept looking for scores on ESPN. Thanks for the update!
I’m not sure you missed much. We didn’t look good until the fourth quarter. I was discouraged by the way the defense looked, but hopefully the team can get serious by next week when the Big Ten starts.