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College Football: The Top Performers From Ohio State’s Big Ten Opening Win Over Indiana

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College Football: The Top Performers From Ohio State’s Big Ten Opening Win Over Indiana

2019-09-16 17:57:38

-by Sammy Jacobs, Contributing Writer; Image: Ohio State’s J.K. Dobbins rushes against Indiana. (Image Source: Jeffrey Brown/Getty Images)

Bloomington, IN—Here are the top performers from Ohio State’s 51-10 win over Indiana:

Top Offensive Performers:

J.K. Dobbins, RB, Ohio State- Dobbins was outstanding again in Bloomington. He ran 22 times for 193 yards with a touchdown and caught two passes for 14 yards for a total of 207 all-purpose yards to lead the Buckeyes.

Chris Olave, WR, Ohio State- Olave did a little bit of everything for Ohio State on Saturday. He led the team in receiving with three catches for 70 yards and a touchdown. Then, on special teams, he blocked a punt that resulted in a safety and two points for the Buckeyes.

Donavan Hale, WR, Indiana- Hale only caught two passes for 33 yards, but he was responsible for tossing Indiana’s lone touchdown pass on a nifty double pass that resulted in a 49-yard score.

Peyton Hendershot, TE, Indiana- Hendershot was the beneficiary of the toss from Hale and he reached the end zone, barely, for the touchdown. Hendershot was the Hoosiers leading receiver with four catches for 70 yards.

Top Defensive Performers

Chase Young, DE, Ohio State- Chase Young is a game wrecker and that’s what he did Saturday against the Hoosiers. Young had three total tackles, 2.5 tackles for loss, and two sacks.

Damon Arnette Jr, DB, Ohio State- Arnette only had two tackles, but he broke up two passes including a 96-yard pick six that is the record for the longest interception return for an opponent against the Hoosiers.

DeMarcus Elliot, DT, Indiana- Elliott may have been one of the only Hoosier defenders to keep his motor going all game. After a strong performance last week in a win over Eastern Illinois, Elliott made four more tackles and had a sack.

To read more from Sammy Jacobs and his staff at HoosierHuddle.com, click here.

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