Urban Meyer admitted he thought the game was over. Trailing 26-14 to Penn State with less than eight minutes remaining in a “White Out” atmosphere, Ohio State needed a miracle to pull out the win.

The miracle came in the form of wide receiver Binjimen Victor.

Needing a touchdown to pull within a score, Dwayne Haskins found Victor on a first down pass in the middle of the field. But the receiver wasn’t content with simply moving the chains. He broke a few tackles, followed his blockers and trotted into the end zone to pull the Buckeyes within a single score with 6:43 remaining.

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Without Victor’s heroics, there is no 96-yard, game-winning drive for the Buckeyes. Even Meyer said that play changed the entire dynamic of Saturday’s game.

Victor’s big play was unbelievable at game speed. But it’s even better in slow motion.

Pretty spectacular, right? Everyone loves reliving the biggest play from a win. Especially in slow motion.

That catch accounted for half of Victor’s receptions on Saturday night. He finished the night with two catches for 55 yards and a touchdown. But it turned out to be a really big touchdown.

And one that gave his head coach a little faith again.