Shaking a slow start, Urban Meyer's troops unleashed the wood early in the 2nd quarter and never looked back in a 56-10 pasting of the Miami RedHawks.
Seven different Buckeyes found the endzone including Devin Smith via the sickest catch you'll see this year. Zach Boren scored his first TD since 2009, Bri'onte Dunn recorded his first as a Buckeye and Braxton went off for 205 and 2TD through the air with another 161 and a TD on the ground.
When the gun sounded, the Buckeyes racked up a total yardage advantage of 538-312 and won the turnover battle 3-0.
Good times, once again, in Columbus.