K.J. Hill, Josh Myers, Tuf Borland, Davon Hamilton and the Whole Kickoff Team Earn Ohio State's Player of The Game Honors Against Maryland

By Mick Walker on November 10, 2019 at 6:27 pm
Josh Myers vs. Maryland

Following Ohio State's 73-14 blowout win over Maryland, the Buckeyes awarded player of the game honors to two offensive players, two defensive players and the entire kickoff unit.

Offensively, wide receiver K.J. Hill and center Josh Myers were the choices. Hill had four catches for 56 yards and a touchdown. Josh Myers was the point man for Ohio State's offensive line for 50 plays, including a knockdown block.

Defensively, middle linebacker Tuf Borland was honored after totaling five tackles, including a sack, against the Terrapins. Defensive lineman Davon Hamilton was also recognized after recording two sacks.

Ohio State's whole kickoff unit was awarded player of the game honors after recording four tackles inside the 20-yard line, two fair catches and one magnificent onside kick recovery.

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