Two Ohio State Players Scored More Touchdowns Than Michigan And Penn State
Ohio State is fresh of their 2014 National Championship run, so why not take this opportunity to pile on? According to Jeremiah from menofthescarletandgray.com, Buckeye wide reciever Devin Smith and running back Ezekiel Elliot combined to score 30 touchdowns this year.
That is an insane stat.
What makes it even better? Those 30 touchdowns were more than two of their division rivals scored all year.
Devin Smith and Ezekiel Elliott combined to score 30 TDs this year…. Michigan had 29 all year. Penn State has 28 all year.
— Jeremiah (@SYRmotsag) January 14, 2015
To be fair, Ohio State did get three more games than Michigan (5-7) and two more games than Penn State (7-6).
Ohio State finished the 2014 season as National Champions with a 14-1 record.