Donovan Edwards had a heck of a game against Ohio State on Saturday. R.J. Young recognized Edwards as the Week 13 Player of the Week on Monday because of it.

Edwards dominated the Buckeyes on the ground with 216 yards rushing and 2 touchdowns. Edwards also had an average of 9.8 yards per carry.

Michigan buried Ohio State late in the fourth quarter thanks to Edwards’ two monster TD runs. Edwards scored the final 2 touchdowns for the Wolverines with a 75-yard and an 85-yard touchdown.

Edwards did a great job of manning the backfield with Blake Corum still recovering from a knee injury. Corum suffered the injury against Illinois in Week 12.

Thanks in part to the play of Edwards, Michigan went on beat Ohio State 45-23. The Wolverines will now face Purdue in the B1G Championship before waiting to see where the College Football Playoff committee ranks them.

Edwards might get called on to handle the majority of carries in the backfield once again if Corum isn’t at 100%.