The Colorado Buffaloes certainly lost any momentum they had after they scored in the second quarter when Rodney Stewart muffed the punt return. After the Ohio State Buckeyes turned that into field goal, the scoring didn't stop for the home team.
Colorado went three-and-out to start the second half and kick a 33-yard rugby punt to put Ohio State at the 50-yard line. Jordan Hall rushed for 33 yards, setting up Braxton Miller's 17-yard touchdown strike to Devin Smith. Colorado kicker Will Oliver added a 47-yard field goal to the Buffs' score, but it was ultimately a failed drive since penalties hurt the team.
On the ensuing kickoff, Jordan Hall returned the kick for 90 yards, putting the Buckeyes five yards away from the end zone. Carlos Hyde put the ball in for a five-yard touchdown run. The Buckeyes now lead, 34-10.