On Saturday, No. 6 Ohio State stunned the Fighting Irish in South Bend by defeating No. 9 Notre Dame within the final seconds on a one-yard touchdown run.
Kyle McCord expertly guided the Buckeyes to victory over Notre Dame in the remaining minute and 26 seconds, completing five passes for a total of 73 yards. He completed 21 of his very last 37 passes for 240 yards.
Ohio State beats Notre Dame 17-14 in the final
In the second half, TreVeyon Henderson delivered a 61-yard touchdown to help the Buckeyes defeat Notre Dame.
Due to the large element of two fourth-down stops inside OSU territory, the Buckeyes’ defense executed admirably on the largest level, restricting Notre Dame to a season-low 14 factors.
On fourth and one within the red quarter in the first quarter, Ohio State linebacker Cody Simon stopped Notre Dame quarterback Sam Hartman from gaining a first down.
When the Irish confronted a fourth-and-1 situation at the OSU 39-backyard line after the wreck, safeties Lathan Ransom and Sonny Styles teamed for an address for no gain to shut down the Irish another time.
With 4 minutes closing, Notre Dame had a chance to squander the clock after Ohio State became unable to transform on a fourth down within Irish territory.
However, Jim Knowles’ defense, which has faced criticism for allowing surprising plays inside the beyond, introduced over again and compelled Notre Dame to punt, which allows you to provide Ohio State with the ball lower back and a hazard to win the sport.