Marvin Harrison Jr. is off to another stellar start.
The Buckeyes' superstar wide receiver crossed the 100-yard mark with nearly 11 minutes to play in the second quarter against Georgia, and hauled in two of Ohio State's first three touchdowns in the first half.
Harrison's first score broke the ice in the College Football Playoff semifinal matchup, as the sophomore wideout caught a 31-yard pass from C.J. Stroud to put the Bulldogs behind the eight ball early.
The Buckeyes strike first. C.J. Stroud to Marvin Harrison Jr. pic.twitter.com/Td9Tu6OGQM— Eleven Warriors (@11W) January 1, 2023
Then, less than two minutes of game time after Miyan Williams gave Ohio State its second touchdown of the night, Harrison struck again. Stroud scrambled out of the pocket to find Harrison open in the back of the end zone, and the 16-yard pass play gave the Buckeyes a 21-7 lead after the extra point.
C.J. Stroud and Marvin Harrison Jr. are cooking. pic.twitter.com/6gn1CPem4R— Eleven Warriors (@11W) January 1, 2023
Already topping the century mark in terms of yardage, Harrison now has his seventh 100-yard game of the season for the Buckeyes.