Ohio State named K.J. Hill, Jordan Fuller and Blake Haubeil its players of the game during Saturday's 30-14 win over Minnesota, the team announced on social media on Sunday afternoon.
Your Players of the Game from yesterdays win over Minnesota, as selected by the Buckeye coaching staff:— Ohio State Football (@OhioStateFB) October 14, 2018
Special Teams: @BlakeHaubeil#GoBucks #WinTheMoment pic.twitter.com/dKGhPCyQtw
Hill had a career receiving day, catching nine passes for 187 yards and two touchdowns to lead the offense. Hill now has has 40 catches for 551 yards (13.8 yards per reception) on the season, ranking second on the team in both categories.
Fuller was the team's leader in tackles on Saturday, finishing with 12 total and nine solo tackles. Despite missing the first game of the season, Fuller is the team's leading tackler by a sizable margin, with 39 on the season ahead of Tuf Borland's 28.
Haubeil got the start at placekicker as veteran starter Sean Nuernberger was scratched due to a leg injury. In Nuernberger's place, Haubeil was a perfect 3-for-3 on field goals, hitting a long of a 47 yards. He was also perfect on extra points, hitting all three.
|OFFENSE||WR||K.J. HILL||9 RECEPTIONS, 187 YARDS, 2 TOUCHDOWNS|
|DEFENSE||S||JORDAN FULLER||12 TOTAL TACKLES, 9 SOLO TACKLES|
|SPECIAL TEAMS||K||BLAKE HAUBEIL||3-FOR-3 FIELD GOALS, 3-FOR-3 EXTRA POINTS|