Ohio State confronted a genuine test Saturday interestingly since the season opener.

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The No. 2 Buckeyes got through because of 34 conclusive seconds halfway through the final quarter and afterward two knockout 

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blows late for a 44-31 triumph over No. 13 Penn State before 108,433 at Beaver Arena.

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Try not to be hoodwinked by the last score. The Buckeyes (8-0, 5-0 Major Ten) were in a tough situation for a large part of the game.

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Yet, Penn State (6-2, 3-2) had no solution for Marvin Harrison Jr. in the passing game, and sophomore protective end J.T. Tuimoloau had a game for the ages

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compelling four turnovers. That incorporated a pick-six score for the game's last score.

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Up to that point, Penn State seemed as though it could pull off the agitated. Ohio State followed 26-21 after a momentous score drive by Penn State with 9:26 left.

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It was the only long run of the day for the Buckeyes, who had 37 yards in its previous 19 carries as its running game sputtered for the second straight game.

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Tuimoloau then forced his third turnover of the game when he strip-sacked Penn State quarterback Sean Clifford and recovered the ball at the PSU 24.

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