We talked about it a lot earlier in the year, but it's kind of been lost in the shuffle the past few weeks.
Hill came into the year needing 47 receptions to become OSU's all-time leader. With four catches in The Game, he now sits at 44 for the year.
Given that he's likely to play well into the second half this week (especially if Day wants to secure the top seed), it's a pretty safe bet that Hill will manage to get 3 receptions. Hell if he grabs two early I wouldn't be surprised if the coaches called a screen to him just to get it over with.