No. 3 Ohio State 76, Florida A&M 0: Kenny Guiton tossed a school-record six touchdowns in the first half as the third-ranked Buckeyes routed the visiting Rattlers in their final non-conference tilt.
With Heisman Trophy hopeful Braxton Miller nursing a sprained left knee ligament, Guiton (24-for-34, 215 yards) dissected FBS representative Florida A&M (1-3) by throwing touchdown passes to five different receivers. Guiton found Evan Spencer for a 15-yard score just prior to halftime to set a school record, which was shared by Bobby Hoying (1994, 1995) and John Borton (1952).
Spencer reeled in two touchdown receptions and Jordan Hall rushed for two scores for the Buckeyes (4-0), who bolted out to a 55-0 advantage at intermission. Ezekiel Elliott (14 carries, 162 yards) also rushed for a pair of touchdowns in the third quarter as Ohio State exclusively ran the ball en route to extending the nation's longest FBC winning streak to 16 games.
The Buckeyes wasted little time dismantling Florida A&M, requiring just one or two plays to score four of their five touchdowns in the first quarter. Ohio State enjoyed a mammoth 326-54 edge in total yards at halftime while recording 21 of the game's 22 first downs.
Damien Fleming completed 10-of-16 passes for just 30 yards and one interception for the Rattlers.
GAME NOTEBOOK: Ohio State opens its Big Ten slate on Saturday with a home tilt versus Wisconsin. ... Guiton also became the first Buckeyes QB with at least four touchdown passes in back-to-back games since Troy Smith in November 2006. ... Ohio State RB Carlos Hyde returned following a three-game suspension and rushed for 41 yards while also reeling in a 1-yard touchdown pass. ... Florida A&M coach Earl Holmes played one season with the Cleveland Browns - in addition to the Pittsburgh Steelers and Detroit Lions. ... Ohio State's largest shutout was a 128-0 triumph over Oberlin in 1916.