Sep 7, 2013; Nashville, TN, USA; Austin Peay Governors quarterback Andrew Spivey (9) pitches to running back Tim Phillips (5) against the Vanderbilt Commodores during the first half at Vanderbilt Stadium. The Commodores beat the Governors 38-3. Mandatory Credit: Don McPeak-USA TODAY Sports

Ohio shuts out Austin Peay, 38-0



This is the worst type of loss. When you can’t score and your opponent has a field day. Nothing is going right.

Tyler Tettleton threw three first-half touchdowns to lead Ohio to a 38-0 rout  of Austin Peay on Saturday.

Ohio (3-1) scored on three of its first four drives, beginning with a 6-yard  touchdown pass from Tettleton to Matt Waters. Tettleton then tossed a 53-yard  score to Donte Foster and a 23-yarder to Waters to give the Bobcats a 21-0 lead  early in the second quarter. Tettleton went 13 of 15 for 213 yards passing.

Ryan Boykin and Daz’mond Patterson added touchdown runs in the second half as  Ohio finished with 251 yards rushing. The win was the Bobcats’ largest margin of  victory since 2002.

Hm, it’s been a while since they won big, huh? They started strong and didn’t let up, at least defensively as they forced the shutout. These are games you’re proud of if you’re on the winning side.


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