Ohio State beat Oregon State 20-0 in the Orange Bowl on Monday night.
Here are some highlights from the game, which is available on ESPN3 and on WatchESPN.1.
The Ducks were led by a sophomore quarterback who looked like a Heisman candidate.
It’s the kind of season that makes me wonder how long this can last.
It was the kind that made me wonder if it would even last.
That’s the sort of thing you get used to.2.
The offense was the star of the show.
The Buckeyes got a lot of help from running backs Corey Clement and De’Veon Smith, but it was the quarterback play that really took the team to the next level.
The freshman was impressive with an incredible arm and accuracy that showed how well he’s able to throw the football.
He made a big play on third-and-6 on the Oregon State 41 with just over a minute to play.
It wasn’t just a short throw, it was a throw right into the hands of Oregon State quarterback Tyler Larsen, who finished with nine completions and five touchdowns.3.
The running backs looked as fast as they do on the field.
The senior offensive line had an incredible day.
They were very well-coached and they did a good job of getting to the ball quickly.
They did not have to make many mistakes because of their ability to read defenses and get the right look on the ball.4.
It will be interesting to see if Oregon State can be as dominant as it was in the past two games.
The Wildcats were good in the first half against the Buckeyes and struggled a bit in the second half.
But they did get the offense going with some explosive plays and they made it a point to keep it tight on Oregon State.5.
The defense was a major part of it.
Oregon State gave up more than 200 yards of total offense, and that was the case against the Spartans, who also rushed for more than 300 yards.
It took a few turnovers, but the Ducks did a nice job of limiting the Spartans to a field goal, a touchdown and a punt.6.
The Oregon State offense was dominant, and Oregon State had a chance to win with a little bit of luck.
It showed in the third quarter.
The second quarter featured a number of Oregon’s touchdowns, but a huge interception on third down that would have tied it up in the fourth quarter was a big reason why Oregon State was able to take the lead.
It would have been the first time the Ducks had scored a touchdown in the final minutes of the game.
The interception cost Oregon State a chance at the victory.7.
The pressure was intense.
The players came to the game ready to go and the crowd was very loud.
The crowd was ready to get its act together, and it was.
But that didn’t stop the Buckeye defense from getting some pressure.
Oregon did a great job of stopping the pressure, and the Buckeyes did not get any easy looks.
Oregon has the ability to go on the run if they can just play with more urgency.
But Oregon State has the talent and the confidence to run and win football games.8.
The defensive line played well.
It played with the same intensity as the front seven against the Ohio State defense, and there were some great plays.
The Ohio State secondary played a very good game.
They played hard, they played with discipline and they didn’t give up any easy plays.
They had some plays that they had to make and they worked hard, but they also had some mistakes.
The secondary had some good play against the Ducks, but not a lot.
Oregon is a good football team and Oregon’s defense has the potential to be one of the best in the country.9.
The play of quarterback Marcus Mariota.
Oregon had no answer for the Buckeys rushing attack and the play of Mariota allowed the Buckes to move the ball efficiently.
Oregon was able have a good game because it’s Mariota who is leading the way on offense.
But he also has some tough decisions in his head, so it’s a matter of when, not if, Mariota gets his first win.
Oregon State will be back in the game against Oregon on Oct. 3, when the Ducks will face a nationally ranked Arizona team.
Oregon will play its third game in four days, starting with the Oct. 11 home game against No. 13 UCLA.
The first two games have been canceled, and both games are on the Pac-12 Network.