Chris Olave made Ohio State history today, as you can see.

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Check out Chris Olave’s contribution to Ohio State University’s history.

Chris Olave, an Ohio State wide receiver, continues to make history.

On Saturday, the Buckeyes’ senior passed another legendary Ohio State player.

Olave set a new Ohio State record for career touchdown receptions after catching a 43-yard touchdown pass from CJ Stroud against the Spartans.

With this touchdown, Olave surpassed Boston’s 34 career receiving touchdowns.

Olave set a new record by catching two touchdown passes in the first quarter.

His 13 touchdowns (and counting) are the most in the country, surpassing his previous high of 12 in 2019.

For a three-star recruit from California, this is quite impressive.

Olave has developed into one of college football’s most explosive weapons and is projected to be a first-round pick in the NFL draft since his arrival in Columbus.

Dwayne Haskins, Justin Fields, and Stroud have all thrown touchdown passes to Olave.

Before Saturday’s offensive explosion over Michigan State, the Buckeyes had held the all-time receiving record for 23 years.

The Ohio State Buckeyes made a statement at “The Shoe.”

No. 4 OSU held a 56-point lead over No.

7 Ohio State, led by the Buckeyes’ freshman quarterback’s 29-31, 393-yard, six-TD performance.

When the College Football Playoff Committee meets next, Ohio State’s demolition of Michigan State should bode well for them.

To close out the regular season, the Buckeyes will face bitter rival Michigan in another Big Ten showdown.

Coach Jim Harbaugh is in charge of the No. 1 team.

The Wolverines are currently 9-1.

Next Saturday at noon ET on Fox, the best rivalry in college football resumes.

Chris Olave made Ohio State history today, as you can see.

Look: Chris Olave Made Ohio State History Today

Look: Chris Olave Made Ohio State History Today

Look: Chris Olave Made Ohio State History Today

Look: Chris Olave Made Ohio State History Today

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