The Browns get off to a bad start with a disappointing loss in Tampa. The Buckeyes salvaged the weekend with a convincing win over the Miami Hurricanes. It’s GameTime!
1st Quarter: The Browns started okay
- Started off by spreading the ball around to the receivers.
- Took a lead with nice scores by MoMass and Hillis.
2nd Quarter: But lost momentum after turnovers
- Turnovers did the Browns in. Delhomme reverted to old self and threw costly INTs.
- No running game to speak of, despite some flashed from Hillis and Harrison.
- Looked like Browns Offense from 2009 all over again in the 2nd Half.
- Cribbs used in same predictable fashion in the Wildcat.
- Wallace not brought in for relief despite Delhomme’s bad ankle.
3rd Quarter: OSU Looked like the better team against Hurricanes.
- #2 OSU 36-24 over #12 Miami (box score)
- Jacory Harris threw lots of picks (4) to the Scarlet and Gray. And OSU didn’t turn the ball over at all.
- Miami’s special teams also cost the Buckeyes
- Pryor looked good for the most part. He was our best running threat. And he made some good throws (12/27, 233 yds)
- Disappointed that we couldn’t do more with Boom Herron and Brandon Saine (combined 73 yrds rushing vs 113 from Pryor).
4th Quarter: The week ahead
- Browns host Kansas City at home.
- OSU hosts Ohio U at the Horseshoe. Should be a romp for Buckeyes as they play two easy games before Big Ten conference schedule begins.