The third-ranked Buckeyes made good on their latest opportunity against No. 18 Penn State, handily beating the Nittany Lions 38-25 in Beaver Stadium on Sunday. That started with another brilliant performance by quarterback Justin Fields, who completed 28 of 34 passes for 318 yards and four touchdowns; he spread the ball around a lot as well, hitting Chris Olave (seven receptions, 120 yards, two touchdowns); Garrett Wilson (11 receptions, 111 yards); and Jeremy Ruckert (four receptions, 25 yards, two scores).

The Buckeyes had plenty of success in the ground game as well: Master Teague III rushed 23 times for 110 yards and a score. Trey Sanders got some good gainers too, rushing 13 times for 56 yards. And Wilson started the game off with a 62-yard gain off an end-around.

In all, Ohio State out-gained Penn State 526-325, including 208-44 on the ground. The Buckeyes also dominated the time of possession, 37:01 to 22:59.

Penn State3371225
Ohio State14710738