The Virginia Tech Hokies shocked the college football world with a 35-21 road victory over the Ohio State Buckeyes and improved to 2-0.
In the first major upset in college football, No. 8 Ohio State was upset by Virginia Tech, 35-21. The Hokies had taken a 21-7 lead before the Buckeyes came storming back to tie the game in the fourth quarter.
The Hokies still had an upset on their mind though as they scored a touchdown on a pass from quarterback Michael Brewer. The Buckeyes tried to tie the game once again later on, but the Hokies came up with a pick-six by Donovan Riley to seal the game.
Brewer threw for 199 yards on 23-of-36 passing with two touchdowns and two interceptions.
For the Buckeyes, quarterback J.T. Barrett struggled greatly as he threw for 219 yards on 9-of-29 passing with one touchdown and three interceptions.
The Hokies held the Buckeyes to 108 rushing yards for 2.8 yards per carry, and 70 of those yards were gained by Barrett. Ezekiel Elliott was held to 32 yards on eight carries, but he managed to come up with a 15-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter.