With only two receptions, but both on touchdown passes for 106 combined yards, Ohio State sophomore wide receiver Devin Smith had an impressive and unique stat line last Saturday versus Indiana.
Beyond the numbers, however, Smith’s day was more frustrating than it was impressive.
While Smith caught two touchdown passes, there were four total passes that hit his hands, and the other two, which were dropped, both would have also been touchdowns.
The first play that made Buckeye fans shake their head came in the middle of the first quarter. On a play that originated from the 37-yard line, sophomore quarterback Braxton Miller hit Smith right on his hands with a laser more than 30 yards downfield between two defenders.
As you can see from the screenshot, Smith had plenty of space between the two defenders, and could have easily strode into the end zone for a touchdown. Unfortunately, Smith started thinking about the touchdown before he made the catch, and took…
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