J.K. Dobbins has earned Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week honors for the fourth time this season.
The Ohio State running back was honored again on Monday after running for 211 yards and four touchdowns, both career-highs for Dobbins, in the Buckeyes' 56-27 win over Michigan on Saturday.
Dobbins also had two catches for 49 yards in Saturday's game, bringing him to 260 total yards from scrimmage, the most ever by an Ohio State player against Michigan.
With his performance on Saturday, Dobbins moved into second place on Ohio State's all-time rushing list behind only Archie Griffin. Dobbins has now rushed for 1,657 yards and 19 touchdowns this season and has 4,113 rushing yards and 36 rushing touchdowns for his three-year Buckeye career.
Dobbins previously earned Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week honors this season for his performances against Indiana (207 yards from scrimmage, two total touchdowns), Wisconsin (221 yards from scrimmage, two touchdowns) and Penn State (157 rushing yards, two touchdowns).
In the process, Dobbins becomes just the third Ohio State player to win Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week honors four times in one season, joining Dwayne Haskins (who was a six-time Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week in 2018) and Troy Smith (five times in 2006), and is now tied for third all-time for the most Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week awards in one year.