On Saturday night, top-ranked Ohio State returned to the scene of its last regular season loss.
This time, though, the Buckeyes handled Penn State and its White-Out without difficulty.
Ohio State quarterback Todd Boeckman threw for 253 yards and three touchdowns and the Buckeyes rolled to a 37-17 win over No. 24 Penn State before a Beaver Stadium crowd of 110,134 and a national prime time audience on ABC.
“It was nice to come here and get the win,” said OSU coach Jim Tressel. “Penn State is a good football team and this is a hard place to play. It’s a hard place to prepare to play. They came out of the gate and made it tough on us. Our kids hung in there and did a good job of controlling the game with our offense.
“All in all, the kids played hard. They prepared hard and that’s nine ballgames.”
The victory allowed OSU match the Big Ten record for consec
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