It seems that no one is determined to play very much in the way of defense in the 2011 Sugar Bowl, which of course is just the way we viewers like it. Just over two minutes will elapse between the Arkansas tying touchdown and Ohio State's score to regain the lead.
Some short gains will be made on the ground, but it's Terrelle Pryor's arm that's converting downs this evening. Daniel Herron runs for one yard on first down; two plays later, Pryor hits the magnificently-named Jake Stoneburner for a 13-yard gain. Pryor himself gains three yards with his feet on the next first down, and connects with Dane Sanzenbacher for 31 yards on second. Herron reels off an 11-yard run on the next first down, and he'll get the ensuing score as well -- a nine-yard touchdown run right up the middle. With 7:31 remaining in the first quarter, Ohio State leads Arkansas, 14-7.
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