After 85 minutes of football with no score, Devin Itling passed to score a goal to win in Ohio.
The red shirt kick of the second bullet pushed the Ohio State Men's Soccer Team (5-1) to a possible 2-0 win over South Florida (3-2) to extend their winning streak to five games a season. after winning only one game.
Ohio State stagnated. South Florida outplayed the Buckeyes 14-6, including multiple chances in the 76th minute. Itling, however, scored two goals against the Bulls in the last five minutes to win the match.
Itling scored his second goal in the 89th minute to seal the victory and was aided by minor midfielder Xavier Green.
Senior goalkeeper Parker Siegfried saved five shots to record his third shutout this season.
Bucky's defense aided Siegfried's efforts to free the Bulls an average of nearly two goals per game. South Florida fired just three shots from the first half.
The Bulls recovered to beat Bookies 11-3 in the second half but could not find the back of the net.
The Ohio State offense found difficulty scoring throughout the game while Itling's late goals. The kits have proved particularly difficult, with the Buckeyes already 0-for-39 in converting corner kicks this season.
Prior to the game, Ohio State was waiting at the bottom of the "other receiving votes" category of United Soccer Coaches Top 25. Bookers are already boasting victories over Bowling Green and South Florida, and both have also received votes in the coaches poll.
Ohio State is already 4-0 on the road to start the season.
The next Bookies game will be at home against Pen State on Saturday from 7pm to open the Big Ten game.