2. The offenses kept hitting home runs
This was a brutally hard-hitting battle with banged up players on both sides, but the offenses still ruled the day with well over 900 yards of total offense.
It was also a game full of speed and athleticism, and both sides showed off their flash.
JK Dobbins looked like he was shot out of a cannon on his 68-yard first quarter touchdown run to give the Buckeyes a 10-0 lead.
Travis Etienne took a pass 53 yards for a third quarter score to give Clemson’s its first lead, and he came up with the game-winner on a 34-yard pass play.
Justin Fields found Chris Olave for a fourth quarter touchdown pass to take the lead, and it appeared he was trying for the same thing when he threw his final interception.
There were some chain-moving drives, there were plenty of big plays from the defensive linemen, and …