Greg Bartram-USA TODAY Sports
The Buckeyes hung 34 points on Florida A&M on Saturday...in the first quarter.
When it was all said and done, OSU won by more than 70, and backup quarterback Kenny Guiton had smashed all sorts of passing records. It was against FCS competition, sure, but it was hard not to be impressed.
Unless you're an AP voter, that is. Ohio State still found itself ranked No. 4, behind No. 3 Clemson, which had jumped it earlier this season.
The Tigers almost Clemson'd against NC State on Thursday night and might have lost if not for a momentum-altering blown call that took a Wolfpack touchdown off the board.
Weird to see no correction from the media.