Ohio State vs. Florida A&M: Things Buckeyes are on pace for after a quarter

Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

To say this is a blowout would be putting it mildly.

After one quarter of play, Ohio State is leading visiting Florida A&M 34-0. That's a lot. And since all football is basically the exact same things happening in all four quarters, one after another, here are some things Ohio State is on pace to do and will definitely accomplish:

Final score: Ohio State 136, Florida A&M 0

Total yards: Ohio State 600, Florida A&M 108

First downs: Ohio State 40, Floria A&M 0

Kenny Guiton: 68/92 passing, 576 yards, 16 TDs, 4 INTs

Florida A&M rushing: 16 rushes, 32 yards

Ohio State rushing: 8 rushes, 24 yards

Philly Brown: 4 punt returns, 260 yards; 12 catches, 144 yards

Referees blasted: 4

Clearly, if any of these things fall short of their pace Ohio State is a failure. And if the Buckeyes can't even crack 100, they'll disappoint Maurice Clarett:

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