Video: Ohio State Players And Coaches After A Buckeyes Win Over Penn State

Ohio State got a 38-10 over Penn State in a much-anticipated night game in Ohio Stadium Oct. 17. Players and coaches had plenty to say after the victory.

J.T. Barrett was used extensively at quarterback in the second half, rushing for 102 yards and two touchdowns to go along with two passing touchdowns. The sophomore spoke about his change in mindset from early in the season and why that has resulted in an improved performance.

The Nittany Lions struggled to score against Ohio State, but did manage 195 yards on the ground. Luke Fickell addressed the ability of PSU freshman Saquan Barkley to get to the edge as well as the play of Dante Booker for the injured Joshua Perry.

Cam Johnston punted five times against Penn State, averaging 41.6 yards a kick and putting the Nittany Lions inside their 20-yard line four times.

Running back Ezekiel Elliott cleared 100 yards for the 12th consecutive game. He spoke about that streak and the play of his offensive line.

Vonn Bell addressed the defense giving up big plays and gave his thoughts on the targeting call that resulted in the ejection of linebacker Cam Williams.

Offensive lineman Taylor Decker spoke about the way teams are approaching the Buckeyes, introducing new things before facing the No. 1 team in the country.

Adolphus Washington had two sacks in the Buckeyes win. He spoke about the black uniforms and the impact of losing Perry to an ankle injury.

Tommy Schutt spoke about the defense bending but not breaking against Penn State.

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