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WATCH: Key plays in Ohio State victory over Penn State

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Dwayne Haskins leads Ohio State to 27-26 win over Penn State (James Lang/USA TODAY)

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WATCH: Key plays in Ohio State victory over Penn State

Ohio State beat Penn State in dramatic fashion in Happy Valley. Here are some key plays from the game.

Play of the game: Binjimen Victor 47-yard touchdown:

Buckeyes’ receiver Binjimen Victor showed off his athleticism on this one. He re-adjusts to the ball in mid-air to take this one to the house.

However, he doesn’t get there without some downfield blocking from his teammates Parris Campbell and Rashod Berry.

4th and 5 stop by Chase Young to secure the win for Ohio State:

The Rushmen’s very own Chase Young came up big at many points in this game, but none larger than this stop late in the game to seal the victory for the Buckeyes.

K.J. Hill go-ahead touchdown:

K.J. Hill tried to one-up his Zone 6 counterpart Binjimen Victor here by capping off the second-straight comeback for Ohio State against the Nittany Lions with this go-ahead touchdown.

Isaiah Pryor was ejected for targeting on this play:

Trace McSorley found K.J. Hamler on this 93-yard touchdown pass:

J.K. Dobbins 26-yard touchdown reception:

Juwan Johnson with an incredible one handed catch:


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I love these guys. Guts galore.


Pryor’s ejection was crap, he was clearly trying to knock the ball loose and the WR ducked into his shoulder. Pryor had no intention of hitting the guy in the head. What was he supposed to do, lay a pillow on the ground to soften the WR’s landing?

It’s football, these player safety rules are a joke, you can’t make a violent game safe. I didn’t think PSU’s player should’ve been ejected either.

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What an amazing night for this team. The Brotherhood is real.

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