Ohio State-Maryland | Tim May's Three Points

Staff Writer
Buckeye Xtra
Ohio State Buckeyes offensive tackle Nicholas Petit-Frere (77) jumps into the arms of Ohio State Buckeyes cornerback Kendall Sheffield (8) after beating Maryland Terrapins 52-51 in overtime during their game at Capital One Field at Maryland Stadium in College Park, Maryland on November 17, 2018. [Kyle Robertson/Dispatch]

Star of the game

Dwayne Haskins Jr. set two Ohio State records: for passing yards in a season with 3,685 by throwing for 405, and for touchdown passes in a season with 36 by completing three. But the stunner was him running for three TDs.

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Turning point

Maryland went for two after scoring in overtime. Quarterback Tyrrell Pigrome rolled right but was wide right on a pass to Jeshaun Jones, who was open in the end zone. The decision overshadowed one on Ohio State’s preceding possession to go for it on fourth down, successfully.

Repercussions

Ohio State scored 52 points and won by one. The defense’s propensity to give up huge plays showed up again, with Maryland freshman Anthony McFarland gaining 298 yards rushing. But in the end Ohio State found a way, setting up the showdown with Michigan.

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