OSU runs fake extra point after first TD

The Buckeyes are back and they’re eligible. And Urban Meyer
isn’t messing around.

The Ohio State kingpin ran a successful fake extra point after
the team’s first touchdown of the season. Against Buffalo. A team
that is 9-27 in the last three seasons.

Here’s the gloriousness:


Urban didn’t stop there. After the team’s second touchdown,
also in the first quarter, the Buckeyes ran a straight-up two-point
conversion and converted again.

If you’re wondering, yes, the Buckeyes do have a kicker. His
name is Drew Basil. He made 53 of his 54 PATs in 2012. He can be
seen getting laid out while blocking for Kenny Guiton in the video
above.

As you might imagine, Basil was the subject of several Twitter
zingers. Even the Lou Groza Award — given annually to college
football’s top kicker — razzed him:

So now you know the Lou Groza Award has an official Twitter
account.

After the third Ohio State touchdown, in the second quarter, the
Buckeyes lined up in an odd formation before rotating and finally,
mercifully, kicked an extra point. Ohio State led 23-0 at the
time.