Without question, the worst performance of the weekend came from Ohio State.
They travelled to Miami with their No. 17 ranking to play a Hurricanes team that is embroiled in nearly as much scandal as Ohio State.
Miami manhandled the Bucks all night long.
They held the Bucks to just two field goals, but that was just half the story.
Starting quarterback Joe Bauserman (pictured) completed just 2 of his 14 pass attempts for a meager 13 yards.
He was replaced by Freshman, Braxton Miller who wasn't much better. Miller completed two of his four attempts for 22 yards, but threw an interception.
The running game wasn't awful for Ohio State as Jordan Hall totalled 87 yards and Carlos Hyde went for 54.
The Bucks lost a non-conference road game to an un-ranked team for the first time since losing to Pitt in 1998.
To make matters worse, this loss came on the heels of an awful performance against Toledo, a game OSU barely won 27-22.
They will likely be outside the AP poll for the first time since 2004.