Cal Vs. Ohio State Score Update: Bears Trail Buckeyes After First Quarter

The Ohio St. Buckeyes have a key out-of-conference game with the California Golden Bears on Saturday morning. After a quarter of play, the Buckeyes lead 13-7.

Zach Maynard played well in the first quarter, but he has been hit hard a couple of times already. He is 7-for-9 on his pass attempts for 71 yards and a touchdown. Maynard hit Chris Harper on a bubble-screen play that went for a 19-yard score to give Cal a 7-6 lead midway through the quarter.

Braxton Miller has been the star so far. The sophomore quarterback is 5-for-8 on his pass attempts for 83 yards and a touchdown. He connected with Devin Smith late in the first quarter on a 25-yard strike for their second TD of the game. Miller also broke off a 55-yard touchdown run to give Ohio State an early 6-0 lead (after a missed PAT).

The second quarter is about to get underway. You can find the action live on ABC.

For more discussion and analysis on the Golden Bears, make sure to check out California Golden Blogs. For more on the Pac-12 in general, head on over to Pacific Takes. For more on college football in general, please make your way over to SB Nation's dedicated college football hub.

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