Ohio State Offensive Lineman Absolutely Destroys Penn State Defensive Lineman

Kyle Newport@@KyleNewportFeatured ColumnistOctober 26, 2013

Bleacher Report

No. 4 Ohio State was facing 3rd-and-16 from its own 14-yard line against Penn State, and the Buckeyes were able to give its punter room to work thanks to offensive lineman Marcus Hall.

With quarterback Braxton Miller scrambling, Hall completely leveled a Penn State defensive lineman. 

Here's a look at the full play:

Not only did Hall smack a defender, Miller lowered a shoulder at the end of the 12-yard run to take care of a defender. Miller was unable to pick up the first down on the play, however.

Ohio State had some fun using the hit stick on this play.

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