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Penn State baseball powers past Ohio State behind 6 home runs

After a road setback to Georgetown on Tuesday, Penn State had a chance to get right against Ohio State.

On the back of six home runs, the blue and white rolled past the Buckeyes, 13-7.

Penn State silenced the crowd at Bill Davis Stadium in a five-run first inning. Junior catcher Matt Wood homered down the left-field line to open the scoring, followed by home runs from right fielder Billy Gerlott and third baseman Kyle Hannon.

The Buckeyes brought their own power bats, quickly answering with even more long balls in the bottom of the first.