Kamryn Babb scored a TD on his first career catch at Ohio State on Saturday.

The first TD of a collegiate career can be an emotional experience for any player, but it’s extra special for Babb. The fifth-year WR has 2 years of eligibility as a result of a tumultuous playing history. Babb was a consensus 4-star recruit for the Buckeyes in 2018, but has battled multiple significant knee injuries throughout his career. The WR missed the 2018, 2019, and 2021 with season-ending knee injuries.

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The emotion was immediately obvious as Babb collapsed to his knees in the end zone after the TD.

Prior to the beginning of the season, Babb was honored with the Ohio State Block 0 jersey. The Buckeyes award the Block 0 jersey to a player who exhibits “accountability, toughness and the highest of character.” Although his playing time on the field has been limited, Babb is a leader both on and off the field. That was evident on Saturday as the Buckeyes gathered around Babb to celebrate and congratulate him.

Babb and the Buckeyes whooped Indiana in a 56-14 beatdown in Columbus on Saturday.