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Ohio State scores two straight 2-point conversions against Buffalo

Because every point is precious against the mighty Bulls.


Ohio State scored their first touchdown against Buffalo less than five minutes into the game when Braxton Miller hit Devin Smith for a 47 yard touchdown, but a simple 7-0 lead against a middle-of-the-road MAC team isn't enough for Urban Meyer. The Buckeyes proceeded to run a fake extra point with Kenny Guiton taking the ball on a rush, and wouldn't you know it, it worked.


With an insurmountable 8-0 lead, the Buckeyes are looking good. So good, in fact, that they ran another two point conversion play on their next touchdown. This time, Carlos Hyde got in on the fun.


Never let the Bulls up, Urban. It's too dangerous.

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