Scout’s Notebook: OSU-Arkansas (Sugar Bowl)

Scout’s Notebook: OSU-Arkansas (Sugar Bowl)

A series of dropped passes and an inability to contain Buckeye quarterback Terrelle Pryor proved fatal to an Arkansas team with lofty aspirations of defeating Jim Tressel’s second-ranked squad. After a humiliating showing on New Year’s Day, Ohio State did the Big Ten conference proud by holding on to a 31-26 win over the Razorbacks of the mighty South Eastern Conference (SEC).

Wham! Cam! Thank you, Mam!

Cameron Heyward stats (6 tackles, 3.5 TFLs, 2 QB hits, 1 sack and 1 pass breakup) don’t even begin to tell the type of impact the punishing lineman had in keeping Arkansas’ offense in check and limiting the damage.

The 6’6”, 288-pound enforcer proved to be unblockable from the very start when he powered through left tackle DeMarcus Love’s inside shoulder and pressured Razorback quarterback Ryan Mallett to fire a hasty pass on the first series.


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