Fifth-year senior wide receiver Parris Campbell and linebacker Dante Booker and third-year sophomore punter Drue Chrisman were the latest Ohio State players to receive player of the game honors this weekend, when they were recognized for their performances in Saturday's 49-6 win over Tulane.
The Players of the Game against Tulane, as selected by the Buckeye coaching staff:— Ohio State Football (@OhioStateFB) September 23, 2018
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Campbell set career-highs in both receptions, receiving yards and receiving touchdowns in Saturday's game, when he caught eight passes for 147 yards and two scores in just one half of play.
Booker came off the bench in Saturday's game to tie for the team lead with four total tackles, including three tackles for loss and one sack.
Chrisman had a 38-yard punt that was downed at the 11-yard line and a 50-yard punt that was downed at the 2-yard line in Saturday's game.
|OFFENSE||WR||PARRIS CAMPBELL||8 RECEPTIONS, 147 YARDS, 2 TD|
|DEFENSE||LB||DANTE BOOKER||4 TACKLES, 3 TFL, 1 SACK|
|SPECIAL TEAMS||P||DRUE CHRISMAN||2 PUNTS INSIDE 20-YARD LINE, 88 YARDS|