Ohio State named Terry McLaurin, Mike Weber, Dre'Mont Jones and Drue Chrisman as its players of the game for Saturday's 26-6 win over Michigan State, the team announced through its official Twitter account on Sunday.
Your Players of the Game from yesterdays 26-6 win at No. 18 Michigan State, as selected by the Buckeye coaching staff:— Ohio State Football (@OhioStateFB) November 11, 2018
Offense: @TheTerry_25 @mikeweberjr
Special Teams: @DChrisman91 @TheTerry_25#GoBucks #WinTheMoment pic.twitter.com/sChI6oBBlp
McLaurin earned player of the game honors for both offense and special teams after catching five passes for 63 yards and downing two punts inside the 5-yard line in Saturday's game.
Chrisman, who landed all five of his second-half punts in Saturday's game inside the 6-yard line, also earned special teams player of the game honors, while Weber shared offensive player of the game honors with McLaurin after running for 104 yards and a touchdown on 22 carries.
Jones earned defensive player of the game honors after recording two tackles, breaking up two passes and recovering a fumble in the end zone for a touchdown.
|OFFENSE AND SPECIAL TEAMS||WR||TERRY MCLAURIN||5 CATCHES FOR 63 YARDS; TWO PUNTS DOWNED INSIDE 5-YARD LINE|
|OFFENSE||RB||MIKE WEBER||22 CARRIES FOR 104 YARDS, 2-YARD TD|
|DEFENSE||DT||DRE'MONT JONES||2 TACKLES, 2 PASS BREAKUPS, FUMBLE RECOVERY TOUCHDOWN|
|SPECIAL TEAMS||P||DRUE CHRISMAN||9 PUNTS FOR 340 YARDS, 6 PUNTS INSIDE 20-YARD LINE (5 INSIDE 6)|