Ohio State gave Dwayne Haskins a proper farewell on Saturday.
Just before halftime of Ohio State's spring game, the team honored their fallen former quarterback with a touching video tribute highlighting his memorable time with the Buckeyes.
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Following the tribute video, the Buckeyes stayed on the field as senior receiver and 2021 captain Kamryn Babb led them in prayer before heading into the locker room for halftime.
This was among a series of ways Ohio State honored Haskins at Saturday's spring game.
The Buckeyes also paid special tribute to its fallen former quarterback with a special decal on the back of the team's helmets and Haskins' initials painted on the 7-yard line – an homage to Haskins' number Ohio State.
C.J. Stroud also honored Haskins in a unique way, wearing his regular No. 7 jersey, but with a "Haskins Jr." nameplate across the back for the first series of the game.
“I feel like that’s a big brother of mine. I just wanted to honor him,” Stroud said after the game. “I’m glad his last play at the ‘Shoe was a touchdown."