Oklahoma QB Austin Kendall probably wishes he’d kept his mouth shut this week.
The backup who called Ohio State’s defense “basic” got shredded on Twitter during Saturday’s game, and the Buckeyes didn’t forget it afterward. LB Raekwon McMillan even held up a sign commemorating the destruction of the Sooners.
— Big Ten Network (@BigTenNetwork) September 18, 2016
Ohio State allowed 404 yards, but held Oklahoma to two offensive touchdowns and forced two turnovers — a pair of interceptions by Marshon Lattimore, one a pick-six.
Cardale Jones joined in on the fun, calling Ohio State’s offense “basic” with a heavy dose of irony — the Buckeyes kept throwing to WR Noah Brown, who hauled in four touchdowns. One of those is an early nominee for catch of the year.