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Early Explosion Paced Offenses's Attack

DeVier Posey had a long TD catch.

Consistency wasn't on display for the Ohio State offense as the No. 6 Buckeyes beat eighth-ranked Arkansas on Tuesday night in the Sugar Bowl, but the Buckeyes will take what they had. A first-half offensive explosion turned out to be enough to get the big victory.

In the tale of two halves, the story of the first half proved to be enough for the Ohio State football team. The Buckeyes' offense was nearly unstoppable in the first 30 minutes of Tuesday night's Sugar Bowl win against Arkansas, as well as a far cry from what turned into a grinding second-half performance, but that didn't matter. Ohio State's 28 points and 338 yards of offense in the opening...

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