As Ohio State's senior class departs, Eleven Warriors is taking a look back at the best photos of each outgoing player.
Next up, Chris Chugunov.
His Ohio State career began in 2018 after spending three years as a quarterback at West Virginia. The graduate transfer never started and spent the entirety of his time in Columbus as a reserve, though he was the primary backup to Justin Fields in 2019. He ended his stint at Ohio State by completing 26-of-43 passes for 286 yards with six touchdowns and zero interceptions.
In his two years as a Buckeye, the team went 26-2, beating Michigan to end each regular season. With Chugunov, Ohio State appeared in the College Football playoff once, won two Big Ten championships and beat Washington in the 2019 Rose Bowl.
Relive Chugunov's Ohio State career through the images above.