Photo Gallery - Big 33 In Pictures, Part Two

It was a long and fun game (for the most part) filled with plenty of memories in what could be the last time Ohio and Pennsyvania face off in the Big 33 Classic. Here's a few more photographs filed by Gary Housteau of some of the action in and around the game.

Photo Gallery - Big 33 In Pictures, Part 2

Pennsylvania took the opening kickoff out to the 30-yard line to begin the game.

That's when Ed Collington took a swing pass from Shane Murray and raced 70 yards almost untouched for the game's opening score.

Collington, headed to West Virginia, had 8 rushes for 28 yards to go with that one catch for 70 yards.

Then Rob Schoenhoft took over for Ohio.

His first completion was a short out pass to E.J. Morton-Green. Morton-Green had 3 catches for 44 yards in the game.

On the next play, Schoenhoft was flushed from the pocket...

...stepped up and fired a 74-yard strike to Mario Manningham to knot the score at 7 apiece.

Manningham, headed to Michigan, had only one other catch in the game and finished with 78 receiving yards.

On Ohio's second drive of the game, Schoenhoft again went to air often and successfully.

Schoenhoft marched his team down the field through the air.

On this play, Schoenhoft connects with Javon Ringer out of the backfield on a screen pass.

Ringer, headed to Michigan State, raced for 13 yards on this catch for a first down.

Along with the one catch for 13 yards, Ringer rushed 7 times for 22 yards.

Eventually Brian Hartline had a sensational grab of a 23-yard pass from Schoenhoft for the team's second touchdown. Hartline vertically celebrates with Morton-Green after the touchdown.

Dominic Goodman got his chance under center next.

Goodman, headed to Cincinnati, was 2 of 2 for 9 yards through the air and rushed 6 times for 21 yards.

Mister Simpson, headed to Michigan, got the call on this play as the attack shifted to the ground.

Simpson rushed 5 times for 11 yards.

Dante Love, headed to Ball State, capped off the third scoring drive with a 5-yard TD run. In addition to his one carry on the ground, Love was 1 of 1 through the air for 48 yards and another TD on a reverse option pass.

Then Derrick Stewart, headed to Cincinnati, picked off an enemy pass and raced 55 yards on the return for another TD to give Ohio it's largest lead at 28-7.

Jared Martin, also headed to Cincinnati, was the wide-open recipient of Love's TD toss of 48 yards to close out the scoring in the first half.

Bryan Williams, headed to Pittsburgh, had a big interception in the game.

And Brad Jones had a big interception to seal the I'm sorry they took that one away from him and gave the ball back to Pennsylvania.

Austin Spitler lead everyone in tackles for the game with 8.

Ohio prevailed and came away with a victory in what likely is the end of their participation in this prestigious summer football classic.

Both head coaches exchanged pleasantries after the game.

Then they both participated in the trophy presentation.

LaRod Stephens-Howling was the Pennsylvania MVP.

Schoenhoft took the honors for the winning team.


Brian Robiskie with his father Terry of the Cleveland Browns.

Spitler and Hartline.

We are certain to see this match-up on the next level.

Didn't ask! Smile!

The Ohio State guys were herded together for a picture. If you look closely behind Robiskie, Manningham (arms in the air) is trying his hardest to get in the picture...but one of these things is not like the other.

Almost forgot Moses! Again Manningham is holding up a number one behind Denlinger in the photo.

So finally, just for a minute, the guys let him feel what it's like to be an Ohio State bound receiver!

And why not end it with the MVP in a family photo.

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