BSB TV: Buckeyes Sum Up Comeback Victory For Ohio State At Penn State

By September 30, 2018 (8:51 pm)Football

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Hear from junior wide receiver Binjimen Victor, sophomore running back J.K. Dobbins, senior right tackle Isaiah Prince, junior defensive tackle Dre’Mont Jones and junior defensive end Jonathon Cooper after Ohio State’s 27-26 triumph Saturday past Penn State at Beaver Stadium.

Binjimen Victor

On the 47-yard touchdown reception to keep Ohio State alive and trail 26-21 with 6:42 left…

“We were down (26-14) and we needed a play. All night, we we’ve been talking about, ‘Somebody make a play. Get this right and started.’ And that’s what I had to do.”

J.K. Dobbins

On what Ohio State’s comeback says about the team…

“I’ve been saying this all year — we’re a four-quarter team. You’ve got to beat us all four quarters. You can’t just beat us one quarter, two quarters, three. You’ve got to beat us all four.”

Isaiah Prince

On what kind of statement sophomore quarterback Dwayne Haskins made with a strong finish…

“Like I said, he’s a tough kid. Like I said back in TCU, he’ll take the shots, he’ll get back up, he’ll make plays. It’s a tough kid, a tough quarterback. I definitely think he’s one of the best quarterbacks in the country, if not the best.”

Dre’Mont Jones

On what Ohio State’s defense needs to do to correct and prevent big plays…

“Put some work in. It’s still early in the season — fifth game in, we’ve got a lot of time. We’ve got to find a way to be stout throughout all aspects.”

Jonathon Cooper

On what the Ohio State’s defensive line proved without junior defensive end Nick Bosa

“I feel like the statement we made today is that no matter if Nick’s down, no matter if Dre’Mont’s down — no matter who’s down — next man up. As long as we go out there and play and do what we have to do, there’s no stepping back. It’s just the defensive line has to step up as a unit. I feel like we proved that today.”

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