The Hurricane Herald In week 2 of the season, the Hurricanes traveled up to Columbus, Ohio to face THE Ohio State University. The Canes were making the trip while looking begin the season 2-0. The Canes lost the toss and were forced to receive the opening kick. The Canes drove it down the field, mainly on the ground, and put 7 points on the board. The Canes were liking the outlook of the game after starting off the game like that. The Buckeyes took over after that and marched down the field, but were only able to get a FG on the drive. On the next few drives, Miami was plagued with 2 fumbles by Cooper. The Buckeyes were able to turn those mistakes into 10 points, and led at the half 13-7. Ohio State got the ball to begin the 2nd half, and was driving down the field when Saine fumbled on a run. The ball was picked up by DE Ojomo, and he broke one tackle and rumbled down the sideline 61 yards to make it 14-13 and put Miami back on top. The Buckeyes got the ball back and drove down the field, and put 6 points on the board, but tried for a 2 point conversion and didn't make it. To begin the 4th quarter, the score was Ohio State 19, Miami 14, with the Hurricanes moving the ball down the field. They were forced to settle for a 40 yard field goal nailed by the kicker Bosher. After the Buckeyes got the ball back, they were able to hit a long pass to take it down to the 6 yard line, which Pryor then threw a 6 yard TD pass not much later. This made it 26-17. The Hurricanes got the ball back and were in a little bit of a hurry up because with 4 minutes and some change left, they were down by 2 possessions. Miami was able to put it in the endzone on a 5 yard run by Cooper, his 2nd of the day, and make the game 26-24. The Buckeyes drove down the field, while running the clock as much as they could, but the Hurricanes were able to come up with a critical stop, while being forced to use all of their timeouts, and force Ohio State to kick a field goal that was more than 40 yards. The kick came up short and gave Jacory Harris just the opportunity he was looking for. Harris got the ball back in his hands with a minute and some change left. Harris was able to hit some good deep passes over the middle, with the clock only stopping to move the chains, but the Canes were able to get the ball down in the red zone. With 8 seconds left, the Canes lined up to kick the field goal, but the Buckeyes used one of their timeouts to try to freeze Bosher. Bosher came back after the timeout and put it through the uprights with 4 seconds left to give the Canes the 27-26 win on the road. Great game Tuco, was very enjoyable.