Ohio State might be down at halftime, but can it recover? History might not be on its side.

According to ESPN’s Stats and Infomation, Ohio State is 102-1 in regular season games when leading by 10+ at any point since 2012. The only loss on the docket? A 24-21 loss to Penn State in Happy Valley back in 2016.

The Buckeyes took a 10-0 lead following a 4-yard touchdown run by Miyan Williams in the 1st quarter. Since then, it’s nearly been all Penn State on both sides of the ball.

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Back in 2016, the Nittany Lions scored 17 unanswered points in the 4th quarter to pull off the upset. A blocked field goal return by PSU’s Grant Haley ultimately was the difference-maker late, forcing the Buckeyes to play catch up.

Ohio State’s offense looked anemic for most of the 2nd quarter. The Nittany Lions forced back-to-back 3-and-out drives to give their offense a chance. In the closing minutes of the 1st half, C.J. Stroud would be sacked by PSU’s Johnny Dixon for a loss of 5 yards as time expired.

The Buckeyes totaled just 209 yards of offense in the 1st half. Ohio State struggled immensely on 3rd down, going 1-of-7 in the process.