Penn State Suffers Worst Loss Since 1899, 63-14 To Ohio State

October 28, 2013
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Brandon Miller passed for three touchdowns and ran for two others Saturday night, and the Ohio State Buckeyes (8-0; 4-0 Big Ten) handed Penn State their most-lopsided loss since November, 1899 in a 63-14 game in Columbus, Ohio.

The contest represented the most points allowed by the Nittany Lions, and the biggest margin of defeat since a 64-5 loss at the hands of the Duquesne Athletic Club 114 years ago.

Miller threw for 252 yards and ran for 68 more.  Carlos Hyde rushed for 147 yards and two scores.  Kenny Guiton also ran for two Buckeyes touchdowns.

For Penn State (4-3; 1-2), freshman quarterback Christian Hackenberg threw for 112 yards and a score, averaging just 4.9 yards per toss, before giving way to Tyler Ferguson, who passed for 125 yards and a touchdown.  Allen Robinson caught 12 passes for 173 yards and a TD, and Bill Belton carried the ball 22 times for 98 yards.

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