The Dallas Cowboys were in Ohio on Sunday taking on the Bengals. It’s a state quite familiar to running back Ezekiel Elliott.

The former Ohio State Buckeye helped lead the Cowboys to a 30-7 win against the hapless Bengals. After helping Dallas to a win, Elliott paid homage to his alma mater with a little “O-H” action.

The fans in attendance in Cincinnati quickly caught on to Elliott and responded with an “I-O” in typical Buckeye fashion.

The Dallas run game didn’t do much to impress on Sunday, but it didn’t matter as the Cowboys still cruised to a 23-point win. Elliott ran 12 times for 48 yards. He also caught two passes for 11 yards.

It’s safe to say that Elliott will forever be a fan favorite in Columbus. He was dominant when he was playing for the Buckeyes. He also had one of the greatest moments in school history when he chugged 80 yards to cap off Ohio State’s stunning upset of Alabama in the inaugural College Football Playoff.