No. 5 Ohio State has been rolling over opponents lately; they are 6-1, 4-0 in B1G play. The Buckeyes have won 5 straight games.

The Buckeyes have a much stiffer test as No. 20 Penn State comes to town this weekend for a showdown under the lights.

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Last season, Ohio State beat Penn State 38-25 in Happy Valley. WR Jahan Dotson for the Nittany Lions had a field day, recording 8 catches for 144 yards on 18 yards per catch and 3 touchdowns.

This year the Buckeyes will be ready for the star-wide receiver. Freshman CB Denzel Burke will have the tall task of having to guard Dotson. But he’s not afraid of the challenge.

“He’s a pretty good receiver,” said Burke, according to Griffin Strom of “Nothing I can’t handle.”

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For the Buckeyes this season, Burke has been solid. He has 14 total tackles, 10 solo tackles, 6 pass deflections, 1 interception and 1 touchdown. We’ll see what he can do against one of the nation’s top receivers Saturday night.

Ohio State plays host to No. 20 Penn State in the Shoe Saturday night at 7:30 ET on ABC.