Ohio State owned a 16-0 early lead against Clemson and then the Tigers saw momentum shift dramatically to their side.

The Buckeye defense was limiting the Tigers’ offense in the second half much more than they did in the latter portion of the second quarter. The Buckeye offense just needed to take advantage.

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Early in the fourth quarter, on a fourth-and-two from the Clemson 22-yard-line, Ohio State did just that. Ryan Day was aggressive, not calling on the field goal unit. Instead, he wanted quarterback Justin Fields to throw it.

And, throw it he did. Fields connected with wide receiver Chris Olave to re-take the lead (23-21) from the Tigers:

https://twitter.com/ftbeard11/status/1211141024082321410?s=21

The Buckeyes needed this in the biggest of ways. We can’t wait to see how this game plays out.