J.K. Dobbins hit a major career mark on Saturday night, eclipsing 3,000 career rushing yards. Dobbins becomes just the 11th player in program history to hit the milestone, and does so with at least seven games left to play.
Dobbins entered Saturday's game averaging nearly 120 yards per game, which is well above his average over his first two seasons. If he maintains a similar pace, Dobbins could be able to surpass Ezekiel Elliott's 3,961 career rushing yards for second all-time.
Archie Griffin currently holds the Ohio State career rushing record as college football's only two-time Heisman Trophy winner rushed for 5,589 yards in his four-year career.