One, two, three, four. That’s how many touchdowns future Ohio State Buckeyes scored on Saturday in the All-American Bowl.
The first two were from receivers, Brandon Inniss and Carnell Tate. The final two were courtesy of quarterback Lincoln Kienholz. His first was a scramble and throw. On the second, the dual-threat had a clean pocket and threw a dart to his receiver for a 38-yard scoring strike.
The ball was perfectly placed to TCU signee Cordale Russell, who was hit in stride into the end zone. The game was obviously out of hand before this score, but it still showed to Ryan Day that Kienholz can do everything at the position.
A very good showing for future Buckeyes, as they were part of 28 out of 65 total points during the game.
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