The Ohio State Buckeyes defeated the Penn State Nittany Lions on the road on Saturday by a final score of 44-31.

For OSU (8-0), quarterback C.J. Stroud went 26/33 with carry attempts and covered a total of 354 yards. The quarter back also earned 1 touchdown in the game. Running back TreVeyon Henderson had 16 carries during the game with 78 rushing yards and 2 touchdowns. Running back Miyan Williams had 2 carries, 9 rushing yards, and 1 touchdown. Wide receiver Marvin Harrison Jr. had 10 receptions in Saturday’s game, covering 185 yards. Tight-end Cade Stover and wide receiver Emeka Egbuka both took 6 receptions, with Stover covering 78 yards and Egbuka covering 53 yards.

As a team, the Buckeyes had 354 passing yards and 98 rushing yards; totaling to 452 yards covered during Saturday’s game. The team also had 21 first downs and 0 turnovers.

For Penn State (6-2), quarterback Sean Clifford went 32/47 with carry attempts and covered 371 yards, with 3 touchdowns. Running back Kaytron Allen took on 12 carries, 76 yards and 1 touchdown in Saturday’s game. Nicholas Singleton, running back, had 14 carries in the game, 45 yards, and 1 touchdown. Wide receiver Parker Washington had 11 receptions in the game with 179 yards covered and 1 touchdown. Wide receiver KeAndre Lambert-smith had 2 receptions, 58 total yards and 1 touchdown.

As a whole, the Nittany Lions had 371 passing yards and 111 rushing yards for a total of 482 covered yards. The team also completed 24 first downs and had 4 turnovers.

The Buckeyes will be away against the Northwestern Wildcats on Saturday, November 5th, with kick-off set for 12:00pm.