Ohio State 35
Kansas St. 28
-KSU QB Ell Roberson starts despite the sexual assault allegations and team curfew violations. Buckeyes jump out to a 21-0 first half lead, only to see the Wildcats creep back to make it a one-possession game late. Craig Krenzel wins the game's offensive MVP for his 4 TD passes, 2 each to Michael Jenkins and Santonio Holmes. Jenkins finishes with 96 yards and becomes the Buckeye record-holder in receiving yardage. Defensive MVP honors go to LB AJ Hawk for his 10 tackles. CB Chris Gamble announced afterward he's forgoing his senior season and entering the NFL draft.