Parris Campbell, Malik Harrison, Justin Hilliard, Chris Olave and Keandre Jones were named as Ohio State's players of the game for Saturday's 62-39 win over Michigan, the team announced Sunday on social media.
Campbell received offensive player of the game honors after catching six passes for 192 yards and two touchdowns, including a 78-yard touchdown off a flip pass (which was initially considered to be a run) for the longest offensive play of his Ohio State career.
Harrison received defensive player of the game honors after recording seven total tackles in Saturday's game, including five solo tackles, with two tackles for loss and one sack.
Hilliard, Olave and Jones split special teams player of the game honors for their contributions in that phase of the game on Saturday. Hilliard was credited with two tackles in kickoff coverage as well as a "key block" on a return, while Olave – who also had two touchdown catches on offense – recorded a punt block that was returned for a touchdown by Sevyn Banks. Jones was recognized for giving "relentless effort" even though he did not record a statistic.
|OFFENSE||PARRIS CAMPBELL||6 RECEPTIONS, 192 YARDS, 2 TD|
|DEFENSE||MALIK HARRISON||7 TACKLES (5 SOLO), 2 TFL, 1 SACK|
|SPECIAL TEAMS||JUSTIN HILLIARD||2 TACKLES IN KICKOFF COVERAGE|
|SPECIAL TEAMS||CHRIS OLAVE||BLOCKED PUNT|
|SPECIAL TEAMS||KEANDRE JONES||NO STATS|