Troy Smith would get his second-consecutive start against Penn State who had a much better defensive unit than the one he looked across from a week earlier against Indiana.
Ted Ginn found out, for the first time-after the game, that the OSU record for the most punt returns for a touchdown in a season is two!
Maurice Hall would be smiling after the game as well because he would set a new OSU record for career kickoff return yardage.
There was a Joe Germaine siting in Ohio Stadium.
Randy Gradishar was the honorary captain.
Ashton Youboty had the first big play of the game on this interception that he's returning on this play.
Ginn almost made a big play on this dropped pass in the first quarter. He would later redeem himself on this play...
...when Penn State punts the football...
...and Ginn had only the punter to beat for a touchdown on the return. See ya!
After the game Ginn said it would have been "embarrassing" if the punter tackled him.
Touchdown Teddy Ballgame!
Simon Fraser is double-teamed and held at the same time as he tries to get to Robinson who was 7 of 21 for 69 yards in the game with 2 INTs.
Hang in there Joe Pa. Tough times don't last but tough people do!
Penn State started this drive on their own one yard line.
Tyler Everett turns Hunt back inside to where the pursuit catches up with him on this play. Everett, earlier in the game, had a 24-yard interception return for a touchdown.
Hunt, who had 85 yards on 20 carries, races for 26-yards on this play where he was knocked out of bounds at the three yard line to set up this...
...touchdown run on the very next play as Hunt crashes into the corner of the end zone.
Will Smith was back in the 'Shoe.
Another solid performance turned in by Anthony Schlegel who had 10 tackles with 3.5 tackles for a loss that included 1.5 sacks in the game.
Troy Smith was 6 of 8 passing for 59 yards and he ran the ball 12 times for 26 net yards.
Fifth-year senior Branden Joe rushed 9 times for 22 yards and he scored his first career college touchdown on this play.
The family of the legendary Chic Harley was honored at halftime. His number 47 will be forever retired after Hawk is through playing.
And Mo Hall is proof that good things come to good people who are patient. He had 14 carries for 65 yards on his record-setting day.
Harley's name and number will forever be immortalized with the school's other greats.