Ohio State 40, TCU 28 | Buckeyes find finishing kick

Rex Christensen
September 16, 2018

What did we learn about the Buckeyes and the Horned Frogs?

The opening few weeks of college football include a mass of tune-up games. When All-American defensive end Nick Bosa, whose strip-sack resulted in Ohio State's first touchdown, left with an injury, it looked like this just might not be the Buckeyes' night. For Ohio State fans, they should be thanking their lucky stars.

This game also is the final one in Buckeyes head coach Urban Meyer's three-game ban.

The TCU Horned Frogs lead the Ohio State Buckeyes 14-13 at halftime. But in the end, talent won out.

The Frogs played in the Big 12 championship game last season.

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TCU was first to score in the second quarter, taking the lead when running back Darius Anderson ran 93 yards for a touchdown.

However, the Buckeyes are ready to "show them OHIO's here".

In the same quarter, Haskins would toss to K.J. Hill in the end zone to bring the game 33-21. Buckeyes placekicker Sean Nuernberger kicked a 20 yard field goal.

TCU was aware of Ohio State's ferocious pass rush and game-planned accordingly, relying on quick, short passes and misdirection mixed in with the occasional deep throw.

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