Buckeyes Top Plays of 2013

The 2013 Ohio State Buckeyes provided Buckeye Nation with several memorable moments. On this final day of 2013, I provide you with the top 5 plays of 2013. Leave a comment below with your top 5 plays of 2013.

5. Smooth Jazz to Mr. Smith
Buckeye Nation took over California Memorial Stadium on the Buckeyes first road trip of 2013. Shortly after kickoff, Smooth Jazz Kenny Guiton hooked up with Devin Smith, for a 90 yard bomb, to begin the full take over of the Golden Bears home field.

4. Braxton’s Return
Braxton Miller’s return from injury came with a bang, as he lit up Wisconsin’s defense for four touchdown passes. The most brilliant and exceptional of those passes was Miller’s 40 yard touchdown pass to Philly Brown, at the end of the first half. That throw was a showcase of Miller’s natural arm strength and his improvement as a passer. It also sent a message to the rest of the Big Ten, Braxton Miller is back.

3. Guiton to Miller
Almost every Buckeye, including Coach Meyer, had thought of some way to get Braxton Miller and Kenny Guiton on the field at the same time. The opportunity came against the Hoosiers and neither Guiton nor Miller disappointed. Miller added another highlight to his already deep and abundant highlight reel.

2. Run and Hyde
Carlos Hyde ran like a grown man this season. Nobody was able to stop Hyde, his power, and also his new and improved agility and speed. Hyde showed off all three of these tools on this electric run against the Iowa Hawkeyes. A run that was worthy of a Heisman moment.

1. The Game Winner
The Game this year provided Ohio State fans with every range of emotion from incredible rage to incredible joy. Tyvis Powell helped save the Buckeyes hope of an undefeated season, and also destroyed any hope of the Team Up North having a bright spot in their season. Here is our top play. Enjoy it Buckeye fans.

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