"I thought he danced around too much on the first ones, so we got him to the sidelines and he gritted his teeth and said, ‘Coach, if you call that one we’re going to hit it running and we’re gonna score,’ ” OSU co-offensive coordinator Trooper Taylor said. "It set a tone for us right there. It created some more enthusiasm when we needed it.”
It was Cox’s fourth career kickoff return for a touchdown, which is the most in the NCAA among active players.
BY ANDREA COHEN