We’ve all been waiting for a new star to emerge in college football and it appears that new Ohio State QB Kenny Guiton is our answer… Well at least for now. After QB Braxton Miller, was sidelined again this week (with an ankle injury), the Buckeyes continued to not miss a beat without him; and today Guiton, proved once again that he is possibly even better than the former Heisman candidate— whose season thus far has been a disappointment. In a rout victory over Florida A&M the 6-3, 220 pound redshirt senior and former backup broke the Ohio State single game touchdown record as he went 24/34 for 215 YDS, 6 TDs and 1 INT. Next week the Buckeyes face Big 10 opponent Wisconsin at home.
According to the Lantern:
The record was previously held by Bobby Hoying, who completed five touchdown passes in a game against Pittsburgh in 1995 and Purdue in 1994, and John Borton, who threw five touchdown passes against Washington State in 1952.