The 2018 11W Top Play Poll: Week 2 - Rutgers

By Kyle Jones on September 11, 2018 at 5:30 pm
What was Ohio State's Top Play against Rutgers in week 2?
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Did you know? Ohio State leads the nation in total points scored after two weeks of the 2018 season.

One week after Touchdown Terry McLaurin made hearts melt with a pair of long touchdown catches, winning the Week 1 Top Play poll with over 500 votes, fellow veteran receiver Johnnie Dixon made his mark on the 2018 season with a big game of his own. But although the passing game has been as productive as advertised through two games, the big story might be on the other side of the ball.

Nick Bosa been virtually unblockable thus far, not only meeting but exceeding the expectations placed on him after his older brother's storied career. But the little bear isn't the only Buckeye D-Lineman creating havoc, as Chase Young broke through in the Big Ten conference opener with his first two sacks of the season.

As a reminder, instead of crowning one champion to retain the title from week-to-week, this year the winner of each week's individual poll will face off in a bracket-style tournament at season's end.

To view this week's nominees, hover over the GIFs on desktop or touch on your mobile device, then scroll to the bottom of the page to vote.


Nominee #1: Dwayne Haskins hits Johnnie Dixon on Ohio State's first possession for a beautiful 38-yard touchdown.

GIF: Dwayne Haskins finds Johnnie Dixon for a 38-yard touchdown

Nominee #2: Chase Young pummels the QB on Rutgers' final possession of the half. 

GIF: Chase Young sacks Rutgers quarterback Artur Sitkowski

Nominee #3: Two plays later, Nick Bosa got one from the other side, beating Rutgers tackle Tariq Cole, who only days earlier had pointed out that Bosa had never beaten him for a sack.

GIF: Nick Bosa sacks Rutgers quarterback Artur Sitkowski, knocking him out of the game

Nominee #4: Tate Martell breaks off a 47-yard touchdown run to cap the afternoon's scoring.

GIF: Tate Martell breaks off a 47-yard touchdown run on Rutgers

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