Four Buckeyes were honored on Sunday as Ohio State's players of the game for its 38-7 win against Army on Saturday.
Redshirt junior wide receiver Terry McLaurin and senior left tackle Jamarco Jones earned co-offensive player of the game honors, while redshirt freshman linebacker Tuf Borland was named defensive player of the game and sophomore linebacker Keandre Jones was named special teams player of the game.
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McLaurin caught four passes for 53 yards, including a 20-yard touchdown reception, in Saturday's game. Jones did not allow any sacks and led a strong performance for Ohio State's offensive line on a day that the Buckeyes had 586 total yards of offense.
Borland, who played on special teams in Ohio State's first two games, led the Buckeyes with 12 tackles in his first-ever game on the Ohio State defense. Jones recorded two tackles in kickoff coverage.
All four players earned their first Player of the Game honors of the season.
|CO-OFFENSE||TERRY MCLAURIN||WR||4 CATCHES, 53 YARDS, 1 TD|
|CO-OFFENSE||JAMARCO JONES||LT||ZERO SACKS ALLOWED|
|DEFENSE||TUF BORLAND||LB||12 TACKLES, 1 TFL|
|SPECIAL TEAMS||KEANDRE JONES||LB||2 TACKLES|