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2011 Sugar Bowl, Ohio State Vs. Arkansas: Terrelle Pryor, DeVier Posey Widen Buckeyes' Halftime Lead

A Sugar Bowl that began looking like a shootout is beginning to take the shape of a blowout as the first half draws to a close. Following Dane Sanzenbacher's improbable touchdown, an answering Arkansas drive is cut short by a 10-yard penalty, Knile Davis being caught in the backfield by unfriendly tacklers, and an incomplete pass from Ryan Mallett on third down. Devin Barclay graciously misses a 50-yard field goal on the Buckeyes' next possession, but two sacks in a row on Mallett send the Arkansas o-line off with their heads hanging and Ohio State back on for a scoring drive.

It doesn't take long. A six-play, all-Terrelle Pryor scoring drive culminates in a 43-yard touchdown catch by DeVier Posey. Zach Hocker does manage a last-second field goal to close the half, but the gap, it is gulfy. Ohio State leads Arkansas, 28-10.

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