Jawogs32, number 27 in photo, had a few fellow Bucknutters show up, myself included, to his free-food and beer tailgate. He and his wife, a BG grad not pictured, were very gracious hosts.
This group are also regulars on the Bucknuts website. John and Lisa Russo, in red in the back row, are from Sarasota, Fla while Dr. Jim Leon and his wife Mary, in white in the back row, are from Columbus. The Russo's have three of the kids pictured while the Leon's have two.
Rob Sims was the honorary captain for the game.
Ted Ginn Sr. proudly wearing his son's number on game day.
Stylish Ted Ginn to the left and Troy Smith on the right.
The number just might give away whose dad this guy this.
Justin Zwick was 4 of 9 for 57 yards in limited playing time.
Ginn got 12 on this catch to the right that ended up going to the left.
Smith goes for a short gain...
...on this run the left.
Ginn gets 7 more yards on this catch...
...to the 25 yard line.
After Antonio Pittman gained 6 yards on a run, Hall gets 12 yards on this catch down to the seven. Hall had 4 catches for 50 yards in the game.
Pittman got 4 more to the three.
And Rory Nicol catches a short 3-yard pass from Smith to score his second-career touchdown and give Ohio State a 7-0 lead.
Nicol celebrates with Brandon Smith after the score.
Ross Homan makes the tackle on the ensuing kickoff.
Vernon Gholston had another solid football game with in interception.
Brandon Mitchell separated the ball from this receiver with a vicious hit on this play.
Kurt Coleman clearly gets his hands on this field goal attempt...
...which was recovered by Laurinaitis who gave the ball to O'Neal who returned it 14 yards to the OSU 47.
Anthony Gonzalez made a great catch on this ball but he was ruled out of bounds.
But Pittman scored from 8 yards out on this play...
...to make it 14-0 in the first period.
Pittman celebrates with Dionte Johnson.
Larry Grant got his first official start as a Buckeye.
Ohio State played the second-unit on the offensive line on the third series.
Pittman scores from 8 yards out on this run...
...to give Ohio State a 21-0 second-quarter lead.
Andre Amos seems to be getting more and more time each week.
Quarterback Anthony Turner is from Dayton's Chaminade-Julienne High School.
David Patterson was carted off the field with a knee injury...
...that's not suppose to be very serious.
Chris Wells gets this carry.
Kirk Barton was carted off the field as well...
...and is expected to play next week.
It was a Scarlet and Gray game and all the individual sports team's participants were on the field at halftime.
And everyone sang Carmen Ohio.
Bowling Green scored on their first drive of the second half to make it 21-7 and make their fans happy for a moment.
This guy is lucky Brutus didn't see this!
BG freshman Jamhal Brown from Cleveland Benedictine was involved in quite a few plays. Here he stops Pittman on a carry...
...and again on this play where he wraps Pittman up and slams him to the ground on his back...
...and again on this play when Ray Small scores his very first collegiate TD from 11 yards out.
Small is smothered by his OSU teammates in the end zone after the score.
Todd Denlinger should get extended playing time if Patterson isn't able to go next week.
Barton came back out with a walking boot on but his situation isn't expected to keep him out of action.
And for good measure...Ted Ginn caught a 53-yard scoring strike from Smith to finish the scoring out at 35-7.