Ohio State calls Kenny Guiton the most famous back-up quarterback in college football.
Saturday against an over-marched Florida A&M team Guiton's fame reached a new zenith.
Guiton threw for an Ohio State record six touchdowns, all in the first half, in the Buckeyes 76-0 rout of the Rattlers.
"I had all day," Guiton said. "The coaches wanted to come out throwing the ball around and I thank them for the trust they had in me to be able to do that."
"He's an efficient player right now, he's an incredible manager, coach on the field so, you know, his time came." Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer said. "He was prepared, and his coach and him did a very good job. I think Tom Herman it's not by accident that this thing happened, now. It's not because he had the buckeye in his pocket or his lucky tee shirt; it's because he worked hard with the position coach to get ready for his opportunity and boy did he."
Yes he did coach Meyer.
When asked if Braxton Miller was still the Buckeyes number one quarterback Meyer had a one word answer.
Quarterback controversy in Columbus, I think not.