The Ohio State Buckeyes stormed out to a 45-0 lead over Kent State, and wide receiver Michael Thomas made a highlight by catching a short pass and running it 63 yards for a touchdown.
No. 22 Ohio State is looking to re-assert themselves after an upset loss to Virginia Tech, and they are doing just that with a 45-0 halftime lead over Kent State.
Buckeyes wide receiver Michael Thomas made a highlight play for the Buckeyes in the second quarter by scoring a touchdown.
Quarterback J.T. Barrett completed an eight-yard pass to Thomas, but the receiver did the rest of the work by running for a total of 63 yards to the end zone.
This marked the fourth of Barrett’s five first-half touchdown passes for the Buckeyes.
Here is a video of Thomas demonstrating his blazing speed from ESPN’s official Twitter account.
Ohio State WR Michael Thomas had 2 TDs in the 1st half including this pretty 63-yd catch and run. Buckeyes lead 45-0. http://t.co/znxskGg9Tx
— ESPN (@espn) September 13, 2014