The Ohio State Buckeyes played their best game of the year on Saturday, walloping Penn State 63-14. The 49-point loss was the Nittany Lions worst in 114 years.
The win kept Ohio State undefeated at 8-0 and gave it plenty of momentum heading into a two-game road trip against Purdue and Illinois.
Despite being undefeated, the Buckeyes have been inconsistent in 2013. They won two straight games against ranked opponents with victories over Wisconsin and Northwestern but then struggled against Iowa.
Wins against Cal and Buffalo also didn't look pretty.
Braxton Miller, who was a Heisman Trophy candidate to start the year, has yet to register a 300-yard passing game and has missed two games with injuries.
But Saturday's domination of Penn State—the same team that upset Michigan—shows that the Buckeyes, like Alabama, are starting to gel and play their best ball of the season.