It’s usually hard to find a player disappointed after a 62-3 win over a top 10 team, but Ohio State punter Cameron Johnston might just have a case.
Johnston, a native Australian, had nine friends fly in from his home country to watch his performance against Nebraska, only to see him sit squarely on the bench while the Buckeye offense worked over the Huskers.
— Cameron Johnston (@Cam_Johnston) November 6, 2016
Add in Michigan’s 59-3 drubbing of Maryland that didn’t involve a single punt from Kenny Allen, and you have a frightening pair of performances from the conference’s top 2 teams. They are two of 18 teams in the country that has punted less than 35 times this season.
Johnston at least got involved before the game in a much more meaningful way, presenting a Buckeye helmet to Sam Foltz’s family with 27 stickers to honor the deceased Nebraska punter’s jersey number.