The No. 4 Ohio State Buckeyes dismantled the Florida A&M Rattlers 76-0 in Columbus Saturday afternoon, pushing their record to 4-0 and the nation's longest winning streak to 16.
The Buckeyes were once again led by backup quarterback Kenny Guiton, who started in place of the injured Braxton Miller for the second consecutive week.
All Guiton did was lead Ohio State's offense to more than 600 yards of total offense, a number they eclipsed on the road against Cal last week.
The Buckeyes officially closed out their nonconference schedule with the win. Things will get much tougher for Ohio State in conference play, but here's 10 things we learned from an easy victory over Florida A&M.