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2004 Alamo Bowl

2004 MasterCard Alamo Bowl
1 2 3 4 Total
Oklahoma State 0 0 0 7 7
Ohio State 13 10 7 3 33
Date December 29, 2004
Season 2004
Stadium Alamodome
Location San Antonio, Texas
Referee Gerald Wright (WAC)
Attendance 65,265
United States TV coverage
Network ESPN
Announcers Mike Tirico, Lee Corso
and Kirk Herbstreit

The 2004 Alamo Bowl featured the Ohio State Buckeyes, and the Oklahoma State Cowboys.

Ohio State got on the board first, when quarterback Justin Zwick connected with wide receiver Anthony Gonzalez for a 23-yard touchdown pass, and a 7–0 lead. Mike Nugent connected on field goals of 37 and 35 yards in the first quarter as well, as Ohio State built a 13–0 lead over Oklahoma State.

In the second quarter, running back Lydell Ross rushed for a 1-yard touchdown and a 20–0 lead. He finished the game with 12 carries for 99 yards. Nugent connected on his third field goal of the game, this one from 41 yards out, as Ohio State increased its lead to 23–0, before halftime.

In the third quarter, Ted Ginn, Jr. rushed five yards for a touchdown, increasing Ohio State's lead to 30–0. Nugent kicked his final field goal in the fourth quarter, a 37 yarder to give Ohio State a 33–0 lead. Shaun Willis rushed for a 4-yard touchdown at the end of the game, to make the final score 33–7.

References

External links

  • Review of game by USA Today
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