The Rutgers football team fell to Ohio State on Saturday 49-27.
In the seven times that the teams have met, the No. 3 Buckeyes (3-0, 3-0) won each matchup with the Scarlet Knights (1-2, 1-2). On Saturday, Ohio State's main force was Justin Fields, who tallied three passing touchdowns in the first half.
In the first quarter, Fields threw a 38-yard touchdown pass to Jameson Williams. After, Rutgers got its first 3 points on a field goal by sophomore kicker Guy Fava, who closed out the Knights' 63-yard scoring drive.
The Buckeyes scored 28 points in the second quarter, holding Rutgers to none. Fields tallied a rushing touchdown and also a passing touchdown on a drive that saw a fake punt.
Coming into the third quarter, the Knights faced a 35-3 deficit.
Junior running back Isaih Pacheco took a snap for Rutgers and rushed 66 yards to Ohio State's four-yard line.
Senior quarterback Noah Vedral then found junior offensive lineman Raiqwon O’Neal for a 4-yard touchdown. After, Fields threw another touchdown pass, extending the Buckeyes' lead to 42-9 with 4 minutes and 49 seconds left in the third quarter.
The Buckeyes scored after a recovered onside kick, increasing their lead to 49-21 with 11 minutes and 15 seconds left in the game.
Langan scored on a one-yard touchdown run late in the game. Rutgers trailed in almost every offensive category.
The Knights will look for a win against Illinois on Saturday at home.
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