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McMullen enjoys first full game

QB Scott McMullen

OSU quarterback Scott McMullen had to wait a long time to play his first full game as a Buckeye, but he did it against Bowling Green and did just fine in leading his team to victory. Gary Housteau has some thoughts from Scott and his teammates on the performance.

It was a career day for Scott McMullen. In his second career start, the senior Ohio State signal caller set career high marks for himself in attempts, completions and passing yardage. His 12-yard run in the third quarter was also a career mark as was his 46-yard completion to Michael Jenkins that set up the OSU's final touchdown in the fourth quarter. "I'll have that win right there for the rest...

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