Ohio State’s offense proved itself against Iowa

Ohio State football defeated the Iowa Hawkeyes 54-10, improving their record to 7-0 before heading to Penn State this weekend.

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Ohio State’s offensive line celebrated after the big win. | Photo by CBUStoday

With Saturday’s victory over the Iowa Hawkeyes, the Buckeyes extended their Big Ten home winning streak to 28 consecutive games, maintaining the conference record.

Ohio State, now 7-0, proved yet again the strength of their offense. Iowa, who entered Columbus with the third best defense in the country in total scoring, only allowed 59 total points throughout their first six games of the season. And then the Buckeyes put up 54 in one game.

The 54-10 victory was led by quarterback C.J. Stroud, who recorded his 12th game with at least four touchdowns and moved to No. 4 on the all-time career passing yards list at Ohio State.

The Buckeyes will head to Happy Valley on Sat., Oct. 29 for a noon kickoff against Penn State + the game will air on FOX. The Nittany Lions are 6-1 with their only loss being to TTUN. Let’s go Bucks.

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