Six Buckeyes have earned honors for their performances in Ann Arbor.
Ohio State has announced the players of the game for the team's 56-27 blowout win over Michigan. To no one's surprise, both Justin Fields and J.K. Dobbins took home the honors on offense. Fields threw for 302 yards and four touchdowns in his first taste of the rivalry. Dobbins dashed for 211 yards and four scores of his own.
Fields returned from a third-quarter injury scare to deliver a beautiful touchdown strike to freshman wideout Garrett Wilson. Meanwhile, Dobbins passed Ezekiel Elliott and now finds himself No. 2 on Ohio State's all-time rushing list. He also became only the second Buckeye back to top 4,000 career rushing yards.
On the defensive side of the ball, junior cornerback Jeffrey Okudah and fifth-year senior defensive tackle DaVon Hamilton were singled out as standout performers. The special teams honors went to fifth-year linebacker Justin Hilliard and redshirt junior tight end Jake Hausmann.