And just like that, Ohio State improves to 2-0.
The Buckeyes rolled past Nebraska for a 52-17 win at home versus Nebraska a week ago then followed it up by running through Penn State, 38-25, on the road. The games, however, didn’t start similarly whatsoever. Adrian Martinez wrapped up a four-play drive for six points to take an early lead in the season opener.
Ohio State ensured that didn’t happen again on Saturday, grabbing a quick 14-0 lead.
“I feel like we threw the first punch early,” Jonathon Cooper said. “But when it comes to a fight or a football game, you’re going to get punches thrown right back at you. And it starts up front. In order to have a good game, you have to have a good offensive line and a good defensive line playing at their best. We know that on both sides of the ball, so we wanted to make sure that we…