Ohio State named Players of the Game for the team's 42-0 rolling of Cincinnati, with running back J.K. Dobbins, defensive end Chase Young, and punter Drue Chrisman earning this week's honors.
Dobbins was named Offensive Player of the Game after rushing for 141 yards and two touchdowns on 17 carries. Dobbins recorded three explosive runs according to Ohio State, including a career-best 60-yard touchdown in the second quarter of Saturday's game.
On the defensive side, Young finished with 1.5 sacks, four quarterback hurries, two solo tackles and a blocked field goal in the second quarter that seemed to knock the Bearcats out of the contest. It's Young's second award in as many weeks from Ohio State.
Chrisman took home the special teams honor after seeing two of his three punts downed inside the Cincinnati 10-yard-line. The punter averaged 43 yards per punt and limited the Bearcats to zero punt return yards.
Ohio State is back in action Saturday when the No. 6 Buckeyes travel to Bloomington to face Indiana (2–0) to kick off Big Ten play.