Ohio State named Justin Fields, Jonah Jackson, Malik Harrison and Blake Haubeil as its players of the game for Friday's 52-3 win over Northwestern.
Fields and Jackson split offensive player of the game honors, while Harrison earned defensive player of the game honors and Blake Haubeil received the special teams award.
Fields earns offensive player of the game honors for the second time this season – he previously received that recognition for his performance in the Buckeyes' season-opening win against Florida Atlantic – after completing 18 of 23 passing attempts for 194 yards and four touchdowns against Northwestern.
Jackson – who, like Fields, transferred to Ohio State this offseason – earns his first offensive player of the game award for the Buckeyes after playing 55 total snaps and recording six knockdown blocks against Northwestern.
Harrison, who was also recognized after the 45-21 win over FAU, is honored after recording a team-high nine total tackles, including a tackle for loss, against the Wildcats on Friday night.
Haubeil's recognition comes after he drilled a career-long 55-yard field goal – tied for the second-longest field goal in Ohio State history – on the final play before halftime in Friday's game.
The Buckeyes' 49-point win on Friday improved their record to 7-0 for the season and left them with plenty of praise to go around to their team once again.