It wasn't pretty, but Ohio State managed to outlast Central Florida, en route to a 31-16 win at Ohio Stadium.
Braxton Miller produced most of the offense on the day, rushing 27 times for 141 yards and 3 scores, while also going 18/24 for 155 yards with 1 touchdown and 1 interception through the air.
The Buckeyes' defense was suspect throughout the afternoon, giving up a few big plays, but redeemed themselves with timely interceptions, recorded by Travis Howard, Etienne Sabino and Orhian Johnson.
The offense kept UCF in the game as well, committing three turnovers in the form of two fumbles and an interception.
Good times, once again, in Columbus. Time to celebrate.