Not many expected that the Rose Bowl matchup between No. 6 Ohio State and No. 11 Utah to be a high-scoring affair let alone a big lead from Utah.

Utah jumped to a 14-0 lead through the first quarter through some efficient passing schemes. Ohio State was able to relieve pressure early in the second quarter through a 25-yard touchdown pass from C.J. Stroud to Marvin Harrison Jr.

In a span of 52 seconds, Utah and Ohio State were able to trade four touchdowns with three being 50-yard or more. After Ohio State’s third touchdown in the second quarter, Utah was able to score a 62-yard rushing touchdown from running back Cameron Rising one minute and 38 seconds later.

In a wild first half of this Rose Bowl matchup, Ohio State has accounted for 325 total yards while Utah has accounted for 324 total yards. 166 of Utah’s total yards in the first half have come from the rushing game.

This game ties the 2012 matchup between Oregon and Wisconsin with the most points scored in Rose Bowl history with 56 points.