Just How Dominant was Ohio State over Nebraska?

The Ohio State Buckeyes were dominant in their win over Nebraska, but just how dominant were that?

Ohio State Buckeyes are dominant in win over Nebraska. Just how dominant?

  • The 64-3 victory over Nebraska is the first 50-point game against a top 10 team in 48 years
  • The Buckeyes relied heavily on J.T. Barrett's arm in a statement game for the offense
  • Barrett tied career highs in completions (26) and attempts (38). Bad news for the Huskers and 329 total yards from the quarterback
  • Four total Barrett touchdowns put him at 94 for his career – one behind Drew Brees at Purdue
  • The clash of top 10 teams drew 108,750 fans to the Horseshoe, the second-largest crowd in Ohio Stadium history
  • The Buckeye defense made a statement of its own, holding Nebraska to 204 yards and single-digit scoring for the first time since 2010
  • Malik Hooker's two interception touchdowns this year and 165 return yards lead the FBS
  • Greg Schiano's defense has six interception touchdowns this season – a Buckeye program record
  • Big Ten newcomer Maryland is up next, fresh off 660 yards and 59 points allowed at Michigan

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