UCF Vs. Ohio State 2012 Final Score And Game Recap: Buckeyes Crush UCF, 31-16

UCF proved to be no match for Ohio State as the Knights fell to the Buckeyes on Saturday at Ohio Stadium, 31-16.

Braxton Miller led the Buckeyes both throwing and running the football as he amassed 308 total yards of offense in the game by completing 19 of his 25 passes for 168 yards and one touchdown, while rushing for 140 yards and scoring three touchdowns on 27 carries.

For the Knights, Blake Bortles threw for 253 yards and two touchdowns but he also threw three interceptions. Storm Johnson carried the ball 12 times and gained 75 yards on the ground. Wideout J.J. Worton caught seven passes for 96 yards. The loss brings UCF to 1-1 on the season.

With the victory, the Urban Meyer era in Columbus is off to a 2-0 start. The Buckeyes next game will see them face off against the Cal Golden Bears at home while UCF will take on the FIU Panthers on the road in Orlando.

For more on Central Florida football, visit SB Nation Tampa Bay. And you should probably start reading Big East Coast Bias. For more on Buckeyes football, visit Ohio State blog Land-Grant Holy Land, plus Big Ten blog Off Tackle Empire and SB Nation Cleveland .

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