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Andy Wittry | NCAA.com | September 23, 2017

Ohio State receivers set Big Ten record

  Parris Campbell was one of seven Ohio State receivers that scored a touchdown on Saturday.

Ohio State spread the wealth on offense in its 54-21 win against UNLV. The Buckeyes set a Big Ten record as seven different receivers scored a touchdown against the Rebels. Three Ohio State quarterbacks combined to connect with 13 different receivers for 474 yards and seven touchdowns.

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Parris Campbell, C.J. Saunders, K.J. Hill, Johnnie Dixon, Tery McLaurin and Binjimen Victor each found the end zone as the Buckeyes scored 44 points in the first half. Rashod Berry added another score in the third quarter.

You can watch the record-breaking touchdown reception below.

 

 

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