Oklahoma vs. Ohio State: Live Updates, Score and Highlights
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One of the marquee games of the season takes place at Ohio Stadium on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. ET, as the No. 5 Oklahoma Sooners visit the No. 2 Ohio State Buckeyes. The Buckeyes went into Norman, Oklahoma, last year and came out with a 45-24 win. Baker Mayfield and the Sooners hope to reverse the result, but a road win won't come easy against J.T. Barrett and Ohio State.
- September 10, 2017
- via Bleacher Report
Mayfield Shines as No. 5 OU Thumps No. 2 OSU
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Oklahoma Converts on Fourth Down
And that should do it. Sermon muscles his way past the sticks for a first down on 4th and 3.
Ohio State Out of Timeouts
As the Oklahoma offense looks to kill off the game, the Buckeyes uses all of their timeouts to try and keep things interesting late in Columbus.
Oklahoma 31, Ohio State 16 (6:29, 4th Quarter)
Nuernberger knocks in a 32-yard field goal to cut it to a two-possession game. The Buckeyes still have a long way to climb, especially with the way the Oklahoma defense has played.
Buckeyes Work into the Red Zone
As the clock ticks under seven minutes in the fourth quarter, Ohio State is searching for a score from the 15.
The first play after Badet's catch results in a three-yard touchdown run by Smallwood. Ohio Stadium is silent.
Terrific Catch by Badet
Badet drags his toe near the right sideline to pull in Mayfield's pass on third down. The Sooners have a chance to add on to the lead with a touchdown inside the 5-yard line now.
Motley jumps in front of a receiver to pick off Barrett. Oklahoma could put the game away if it scores on this drive.
Mayfield leads the Sooners right down the field again, and he concludes the drive with a touchdown pass to Trey Sermon. That's a 64-yard scoring drive over seven plays for the Sooners. Ohio State needs to answer the visitors on its next drive.
Ohio State Fails to Convert on 4th Down
Ohio State opens up the fourth quarter on 4th-and-4.
Barrett rolls to his right and tries to pick out Hill near the 10-yard line, but the ball gets tipped by an Oklahoma defender.
The Sooners will start with the ball on their own 36.
Mayfield tosses the ball into the middle of the field into the arms of Norris for an 18-yard touchdown! The Sooners went 92 yards in four plays and 1:40 on that scoring drive.
Mayfield to Jones for a Huge Gain!
Mayfield rolls to his right and finds an open Jones near the right sideline to put Oklahoma into the red zone.
Three and Out for Ohio State
Ohio State can't take advantage of the field position and is forced to punt the ball back to Oklahoma right away. The punt takes a nice bounce and the Buckeyes down the ball inside the 10.
Oklahoma Salvages Drive as Much as It Can
Oklahoma finds a way to get out of danger before punting after a failed third-down conversion. Ohio State gets the ball in decent field position at its 40.
Bosa Sacks Mayfield Near the End Zone
Bosa surges through the offensive line and drags Mayfield down one yard from the end zone. The Sooners are in a significant hole deep in their own territory.
Ohio State 13, Oklahoma 10 (8:10, 3rd Quarter)
Nuernberger connects on his second field goal of the game, this one from 24 yards out, to put the Buckeyes back in the game.
The Sooners answer right back as Mayfield hits Flowers across the middle. Flowers then cuts right and finds his way into the end zone for a 36-yard score to tie the game.
TOUCHDOWN OHIO STATE!
J.K. Dobbins scampers up the middle into the end zone for the first touchdown of the game. Ohio State leads 10-3 with 12:37 left in the third quarter.
Big Return Opens Second Half for Ohio State
Campbell gives the Buckeyes exactly what they needed as he returns the second-half kickoff to midfield.
Let's see if this gives Ohio State the momentum it needs to take over the game.
Oklahoma 3, Ohio State 3 (Halftime)
Urban Meyer called his offense "terrible" on his way into the locker room on ABC. Ohio State hasn't looked good one bit on offense, while Oklahoma has looked fine up until the red zone.
Oklahoma 3, Ohio State 3 (0:25, 2nd Quarter)
Oklahoma finally gets on the board, but it's by way of a field goal. Austin Seibert kicks it through the uprights from 35 yards out to tie the game right before halftime.
Key Third Down Upcoming for Oklahoma
The Sooners call a timeout before 3rd-and-2 at the 18-yard line with 1:20 left in the half. A touchdown would be massive for an offense struggling to get into the end zone.
Mayfield Hobbles off and Returns Again
For the second time tonight, Mayfield limps over to the sideline, but he returns once again after one play. That one play was a run by backup Kyler Murray down the right sideline.
Ohio State Offense Stuck in Neutral
The Buckeyes haven't found a rhythm on offense yet. They've totaled just 87 yards, 62 on the ground and 25 in the air. The good news for Ohio State is its defense is playing well and it just pinned Oklahoma deep in its own territory.
Missed Field Goal!
The Sooners set up for a 37-yard field goal, but the snap and hold are bad and the kick goes wide right.
Further Update on Andrews
Bad News for Oklahoma
Ohio State 3, Oklahoma 0 (11:11, 2nd Quarter)
Nuernberger converts on a 24-yard field goal to put Ohio State in the lead.
Weber Making Strong Contributions on Drive
Mike Weber bursts through a hole on the right side of the offensive line on third down to put the Buckeyes right outside the red zone. He has 22 yards on two carries.
Ohio State Ball!
After review, the referee calls it a lateral with an Ohio State recovery. The Buckeyes will start at midfield.
Play Under Review
Mayfield tosses a pass that appears to be behind the line of scrimmage that Badet drops.
Ohio State thinks it's a fumble, but the referee is going to review the play.
Ohio State Drive Stalls at Midfield
After a sack by the Oklahoma defense, the Buckeyes fail to march further down the field. The Buckeyes have 25 total yards in almost one quarter of play. Oklahoma has 25 yards on the ground alone.
Barrett Doing It All Himself Early
Barrett gets the Buckeyes inside the Oklahoma 45 with a keeper. He has 21 yards on three carries.
On the next play, Ohio State forces a turnover as Jashon Cornell recovers a fumble by Abdul Adams. Let's see if Ohio State can get something going on offense now after another stop by the defense.
Fourth Down Pass Interference Call on Ohio State
Mayfield maneuvers his way around the defense in the backfield and sends a pass into the back of the end zone. The pass is incomplete, but Damon Webb gets whistled for pass interference and Oklahoma gets a first down.