Upon further review of the 1st half of the OSU game, two huge plays jumped out at me:
First off, the defense played great. Both 1st half TDs by the OSU offense were due to Craig Roh failing to sack Pryor when he came in unblocked.
On OSU's first TD drive, Roh comes in untouched and has a chance to level Pryor for a drive-ending sack out of FG range. Instead, Roh gets stiff armed to the ground by Pryor like some Pop Warner pipsqueak and TP ends up completing a long pass down the sideline. Nuts.
On OSU's third TD of the 1st half, Roh again barrels in untouched and lets Pryor run right past him without so much as laying a finger on him. So instead of a drive-ending sack or throwaway, Pryor tosses a TD pass to Posey to put the dagger in Michigan.
If Roh makes those two plays OSU's offense probably only scores 2 FGs in the first half. Instead of 24-7, it would have been 13-7. But hey, the kid is just a true sophomore, so he deserves some leeway.
I hope he channels the frustration of this game into becoming an absolute beast the next two years. I'm betting he will!