From a Gatorade bath to locker room dance party, Buckeyes had no trouble celebrating Larry Johnson's win as interim head coach
The Buckeyes sure know how to do a proper celebration as interim head coach Larry Johnson got his first win on the job today against Michigan State.
At the end of the game, some of the payers gave him a gatorade bath and you can see that here, courtesy of Eleven Warriors:
A well deserved Gatorade bath for Larry Johnson.
You love to see it! pic.twitter.com/aUGujbw5eB
— Eleven Warriors (@11W) December 5, 2020
There was also a big locker room celebration after the game and Johnson danced with his players:
This is how you celebrate your first win as a head coach in a collegiate game 🔥🥳
— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) December 5, 2020
Ohio State jumped out to a 28-0 lead in the first half before allowing only 12 points in the second half in a 52-12 rout of the Spartans. Quarterback Justin Fields accounted for four (two passing, two rushing) of the Buckeyes touchdowns as this win got the Buckeyes to 5-0 overall.
This will be a moment that Johnson will surely never forget. Ohio State will conclude their regular season next Saturday against rival Michigan at Noon ET on FOX.