Ohio State notched a 45-31 victory over Minnesota to open the season and a few players led the way as Miyan Williams, Chris Olave, Zach Harrison and Mitch Rossi earned player of the game honors.
Williams and Olave split the offensive player of the game honors after Williams led the way for the Buckeyes on the ground with nine rushes for 125 yards and a touchdown while Olave got it done through the air with four catches for 117 yards and two touchdowns.
Harrison earns defensive player of the game honors after three tackles and a crucial strip sack that led to a Haskell Garrett fumble return touchdown.
Redshirt senior tight end and special teamer Rossi earned the team's special teams player of the game honor for his versatile work across multiple special teams units in Thursday's win.
The Buckeyes will return to action on Saturday, Sept. 11 when they host Oregon in their home opener at noon.