Miami (OH) Vs. Ohio State: Buckeyes Win 56-10

The Urban Meyer era in Columbus begins with a victory, as the Ohio State Buckeyes defeated the Miami (OH) RedHawks by a score of 56-10.

Typical to an Urban Meyer coached team, quarterback Braxton Miller was the star of the show for Ohio State, going 14-of-24 through the air with 205 yards and two touchdowns. Miller also rushed 17 times for 161 yards and a touchdown. He was complemented by halfback Carlos Hyde who rushed for 84 yards and two touchdowns on the afternoon. He also had Ohio State's longest run on the day, a 65-yard touchdown score to open the third quarter.

Corey Brown was the target of choice for Miller, as he notched seven receptions for 87 yards and a touchdown.

The RedHawks, on the other hand, struggled on both sides of the ball. They had a poor rushing output with a team total of -2 yards on the ground, and failed to maintain control of the ball by throwing two interceptions and fumbling once. Alhough, Miami's Zac Dawset did pass for over 300 yards and a touchdown on the day, it was not enough to keep this contest even competitive.

For more coverage of the Ohio State Buckeyes, visit SB Nation's Land Grant Holy Land and SB Nation Cleveland. For more Miami, Ohio coverage, visit SB Nation's Mid America Conference community, Hustle Belt.

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