Pryor's start, which included a school-record 16-straight completions after opening 1/2, was nothing short of sizzling. Those two jump ball interceptions? Not so much.
The defense turned in a dominating performance and has now given up just 10 points in three games this season. But those special teams, or lack thereof, led to another kick return for a touchdown (gracefully negated by penalty) and a blocked punt against the Buckeyes.
Ultimately, the 43-7 thumping of the Bobcats is the best kind of blowout. The team looked scary dominant for long stretches, yet there are still plenty of things to work on in practice to keep the players grounded.
And now we rock.