A Classic in the Key of G: Guiton Leads OSU to Victory

By Ramzy Nasrallah on October 20, 2012 at 3:45p

In a game that was uglier than West Lafayette in [every month goes here], Ohio State's undefeated season continued with a come-from-behind win at home against Purdue in overtime.

There was so much that was awful about this game, most of all Braxton Miller's hospitalization following a head/neck injury, but those are things we would be complaining about in a Vent Thread, which has not made an appearance yet this season.

Kenny Guiton led the Buckeyes following Miller's injury, driving the offense to the game-tying TD and two-point conversion with just seconds left in regulation. Ohio State got the ball in OT, scored on an El Guapo goal line plunge, and the Silver Bullets ended the game on Purdue's first and only chance on offense.

When you win, nothing hurts. Get well, Braxton. Go Bucks!



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