Several 2011 Buckeye recruits put their talents on display Saturday night in the "Big 33" game in Hershey, PA. The Pennsylvania all-stars were no match for the talent-laden group from Ohio, and the Buckeye State stars cruised to an easy 50-14 victory, the third straight win for Ohio in the series. Jeff Svoboda has a nice write-up of the game at buckeyesports.com.
OSU-bound wide receiver Devin Smith of Massillon suffered a knee sprain early in the game, but he returned to catch three passes for 103 yards, including touchdown receptions of 54 and 28 yards. Smith looked like a man among boys running through the Pennsylvania secondary. OSU fans have every reason to be excited about this kid.
With Ohio ahead 21-7 in the second quarter and Pennsylvania threatening, OSU recruit Doran Grant (pictured) picked off a pass in the end zone and the Akron SVSM cornerback returned it 100 yards for a touchdown, effectively putting the game away before the half.
Ohio quarterback Cardale Jones from Glenville, who is expected to enroill at OSU after a year in a prep school in 2011, threw two TD passes for the Ohio team, and future Buckeye defensive linemen Steve Miller (Canton McKinley) and Chase Farris (Elyria) set up shop in the Pennsylvania backfield all night and disrupted the PA offense.
U. of Cincinnati commit Akise Teague scored two TD's rushing and one receiving for Ohio, showing off the toughness and open-field elusiveness that helped him win Ohio's Mr. Football award. And Akron-bound Tyler Williams of Cincinnati Colerain zipped around the field for 119 yards of total offense, adding to the futility and frustration of the overmatched Pennsylvanians.
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