Marvin Harrison Jr. Makes History with 15th Career 100-Yard Receiving Game, Setting School Record

Marvin Harrison Jr. has made history once again, achieving his 15th 100-yard game of his career on Saturday against Michigan, surpassing David Boston for the most 100-yard receiving games in Ohio State history.

The Heisman Trophy candidate has exceeded 100 yards in eight of Ohio State’s 12 games this season, compared to seven games in 2022.

Overall, Harrison ranks sixth on Ohio State’s all-time receiving yardage list with over 2,600 receiving yards for his career, putting him behind only Michael Jenkins, Boston, Gary Williams, Cris Carter, and Chris Olave.

Harrison also holds the distinction of being the first receiver in Ohio State history to surpass 1,000 receiving yards in two different seasons, achieving this feat two weeks ago against Michigan State. With his latest triple-digit outing against Michigan, he now owns the fourth- and fifth-highest single-season receiving totals in Ohio State history behind only Jaxon Smith-Njigba, Boston, and Terry Glenn.


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