April 14, 2024

Patience is key. Patience is a virtue. Bucket fans have some patience on quarterback Kyle McCord. Dividends will pay off. As of Week 2, Kyle answered the bell and he bounced back in a big way. He completed 14 of his 20 passes and threw for 258 yards with 3 touchdowns. Ohio State dominated Youngstown State all game long and won the content 35-7 to improve to 2-0 in the season.

We don’t know all the details about Marvin Harrison Jr. and his approach coming to this game. I think Marvin Harrison Jr. wasn’t too pleased that he wasn’t involved as much in the offense in Week 1. In this game, he wanted the ball and made sure that he wasn’t going to have a sour game. McCord put the ball right in his hands. The longest throw of the game was a 71-yard pass from McCord to Harrison Jr.

Marvin Harrison Jr. finished the game with seven receptions with 160 yards and scored two touchdowns. Whatever it was said behind closed doors or during team meetings, it certainly laid off. Harrison Jr. let his presence be known. Martin Harrison Jr. wasn’t alone out there. Wide receiver Emeka Egbuka had a solid game catching five receptions for 94 yards and one touchdown. The wide-receiving duo of Ohio State stepped up for their team.

McCord looked more poised and relaxed in this game against Youngstown compared to Indiana. Once he starts to build more momentum and chemistry with his teammates, he will be phenomenal. Ohio State will be in good hands. He’s going to need to be big-time by the time teams like Penn State and Michigan step on the field.

Ohio State will take on Western Kentucky next Saturday, September 16th at 4 p.m.

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