Guiton, Washington Power Gray Victory

By Jason Priestas on April 24, 2010 at 7:50p
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Mr. April shined once again

It wasn't quite the sunny affair that packed 95,000+ into the Shoe for last year's Spring Game, but 62,223 were on hand today through scattered showers and those that stuck around until the end were treated to an exciting finish that saw quarterback Kenny Guiton and the Gray squad come back for a 17-14 victory over Scarlet. Guiton, looking to assume the role of Terrelle Pryor's backup, seemed to validate his selection over Joe Bauserman in the spring game draft, finishing 11/21 for 167 yards and two touchdowns -- both to Taurian Washington. The second came on a 45 yard strike with a little over a minute remaining to provide the winning margin and pushed T-Wash's totals to three receptions for 83 yards (and the two scores) on the day. While Guiton and Washington earned most of the postgame buzz, several other Buckeyes performed well.  Pryor finished 8/12 for 108 yards and a nice touchdown strike to Dane in just one quarter of play, fullback Zach Boren caught four passes for 44 yards and looked untackleable (new word, really) for most of the afternoon, Etienne Sabino finished with seven total tackles, Dane had four receptions for 61 and the aforementioned touchdown and low man on the running back depth chart, Bo Delande, finished with five carries for 28 yards and a late touchdown of his own. We'll be back soon with bullets and further analysis, but the key takeaway from today's action, if you want to sound smart while you're out tonight is that the Buckeyes might very well have a new #2 at quarterback in the near future.

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