On Saturday, Ohio State's No. 6 team delivered a shocking victory over No. 9 Notre Dame in South Bend, securing the win with a one-yard touchdown run in the final second, leaving the Fighting Irish stunned

In a masterful display, Kyle McCord led the Buckeyes in the last minute and 26 seconds, completing five passes for 73 yards to secure the victory over Notre Dame. His final game statistics showed 21 completions on 37 attempts for a total of 240 passing yards.

In the second half, TreVeyon Henderson contributed with a 61-yard touchdown, providing a significant boost to the Buckeyes as they surged past Notre Dame.

On the grandest stage, the Buckeyes' defense shone brightly, limiting Notre Dame to a season-low 14 points, with a significant contribution coming from two crucial fourth-down stops deep within OSU territory

During the opening quarter, Ohio State linebacker Cody Simon thwarted Notre Dame quarterback Sam Hartman's attempt to secure a first down on 4th and 1 within the red zone

At the start of the second half, the Buckeyes once more denied the Irish offense as safeties Lathan Ransom and Sonny Styles joined forces for a tackle that prevented any gain on a critical 4th and 1 play at the OSU 39-yard line