Ohio State is supposed to crush Rutgers. That’s always the case.

This year is no different.

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On the second play of the game between the Buckeyes and Scarlet Knights, Rutgers had the ball and quarterback Johnny Langan threw a pass into Ohio State territory. However, it wasn’t a Rutgers player who came down with the ball.

It was Buckeye DB Shaun Wade.

Take a look at this incredible interception:

The interception was impressive enough. Four plays after that, Ohio State RB J.K. Dobbins took a hand-off 18 yards for a touchdown to make the score 7-0 with 12:59 remaining in the first quarter:

Ohio State just forced another turnover on the ensuing Rutgers possession and will be looking to make the score 14-0 quickly. The game can be found on BTN.