TreVeyon Henderson set up an Ohio State touchdown after hurdling a Youngstown State defender in the first half. Henderson actually scored the touchdown himself.

Henderson jumped over the defender while Ohio State was driving down the field. Henderson went up in the air with ease.

A few plays later, Henderson marched his way into the endzone are barreling over another player. It was originally ruled a fumble, but after reviewing the Buckeyes were given a touchdown.

Ohio State started to increase its lead on the Penguins in its home opener in the second quarter.

Kyle McCord started in his second game of the season for Ohio State on Saturday. He looked more comfortable in front of the Ohio State fans, with over 100 yards passing in the first half.