Ohio State nips Arkansas thanks to late INT
New Orleans, LA (Sports Network) - The NCAA's decision to allow quarterback Terrelle Pryor and defensive lineman Solomon Thomas to play in the Sugar Bowl proved to be vital to Ohio State's fortunes.
Pryor threw two touchdown passes and Thomas recorded a late interception to help the sixth-ranked Buckeyes escape with a 31-26 victory over No. 8 Arkansas.
Thomas picked off Razorbacks quarterback Ryan Mallett with 58 seconds left in regulation after a blocked punt had given Arkansas possession at the Ohio State 18-yard line. continue