Ohio State's offense had an all-time performance against Toledo on Saturday.
The Buckeyes fell just short of the previous program record of 776 yards of total offense set against Bowling Green in 2016 by racking up 763 yards offensively in their 77-21 blowout win over the Rockets.
|1||776||BOWLING GREEN||SEPT. 3, 2016||W, 77-10|
|2||763||TOLEDO||SEPT. 17, 2022||W, 77-21|
|3||721||OREGON STATE||SEPT. 1, 2018||W, 77-31|
|4||718||MOUNT UNION||SEPT. 27, 1930||W, 59-0|
|5||715||UTAH||SEPT. 27, 1986||W, 64-6|
C.J. Stroud headlined the Ohio State offense with 367 yards and five touchdowns. He frequently spread the wealth around to his receivers – three of which scored twice, including Marvin Harrison Jr., Julian Fleming and Emeka Egbuka. Harrison and Egbuka surpassed 100 yards receiving with 102 and 116, respectively.
On the ground, Dallan Hayden led the Buckeyes with 17 carries for 108 yards and a touchdown, while Miyan Williams and TC Caffey contributed 77 and 57 yards. TreVeyon Henderson was limited because of injury but still added 19 yards on his four carries.
However, Ohio State's production didn't stop there. Henderson, Caffey, Mitch Rossi and Jayden Ballard also scored as it placed 77 points on the board against Toledo.
Overall, it was a night full of highlights for the Buckeyes, who have officially wrapped up non-conference play and will face Wisconsin on Sept. 24 in the same atmosphere as Saturday's contest, that being under the lights in Ohio Stadium in front of a national audience.