J.K. Dobbins improved his Heisman odds while delivering a performance for the ages against Michigan. The Ohio State junior topped Ezekiel Elliott to move to No. 2 on the all-time rushing list and joined Archie Griffin as the program's only 4,000-yard rushers.
All in all, he dashed for 211 yards and four touchdowns on a whopping 31 carries. He also pitched in as a pass-catcher recording two receptions for 49 yards. The rushing total is a new career-high as the Wolverines simply had no answer for the junior.
He capped things off with a 33-yarder in the fourth quarter that helped to put the game even further out of reach.
The offensive line put together another stellar showing to help lead the way for Dobbins and the Ohio State offense. His performance was just 15 yards shy of Carlos Hyde's record-setting performance in 2013. As a senior in 2013, Hyde rumbled for 226 yards and a score at the Big House.
Dobbins didn't see action during the last few drives as the Buckeyes back-ups took the field. If this turns out to be his last performance against the Wolverines, it's certainly one he and Ohio State fans won't soon forget.