Ohio State football beat Maryland in overtime 52-51, coming back from being down 17-3 in the first quarter and 31-17 in the third.
On the day when Dwayne Haskins broke the Buckeye records for most passing yards (3.684) and most touchdowns (36) in a season, the sophomore signal caller threw for 405 yards and three touchdowns while rushing for an additional three scores.
JK Dobbins rushed for a season-high 203 yards on 37 carries. His workload was higher than usual with Mike Weber sidelined with a quad contusion.
Defensively, Tuf Borland had eight tackles, seven of them solos; he had four tackles for loss and a sack.
However, OSU gave up 535 yards to a Maryland offense that relied heavily on the efforts of running back Anthony McFarland. McFarland had rushing touchdowns of 81 and 75 yards, totaling 298 yards on the day.
Below you can hear what Ohio State coach Urban Meyer as well as Haskins had to say about their close call: