Saine and the Running game were too much for the MAC school
Terrelle Pryor was awful today. Just awful. He threw picks - 2 of them - he missed open receivers, and he just didn't play a smart game. Sure, he managed to talent his way into a short touchdown run, but it was the OSU running game and the Silver Bullet defense that got it done today. There was even a moment when Jeff Bauserman was asked to warm up.
Running backs Boom Herron and Brandon Saine complemented the defense with disciplined running (no turnovers) and effectively controlled the game. Saine had the biggest day (17-146-1) but Herron ran for 63 yards on 10 carries, scoring twice.
Also, Freshman cornerback Travis Howard showed signs of future greatness in this one. The pass-oriented Toledo offense called for a number of different coverage looks, so Howard saw a great deal of time on the field. He made the best of it. Seven tackles (one for loss) his first interception, and a touchdown to boot. Great game from the youngster.
AG, as he is known by the members of the OFFL, is a rabid Buckeye fan and a bit of a football gaming geek. He began the OFFL as a way to play against people like him - gamers of the older persuasion, without the ridiculous stick skills of those who do nothing but play video games. His creation, the Old Fellas Football League, has drawn in a number of like-minded gamers, and this is the reason it still exists. Play on, my fellow old people. Play on.