The much-anticipated game between top-10 opponents in Columbus on Saturday was over well before halftime mercifully arrived.

The 4th-ranked Buckeyes built a 49-0 lead on the 7th-ranked Michigan State Spartans after the game’s first 30 minutes in part because of quarterback CJ Stroud’s brilliance but also because the team had one of the most complete games you’ll see. The Buckeyes are one of the most talented teams in America, and they flexed those muscles against the Spartans.

That talent got some recognition on Sunday when Ohio State handed out Player of the Game honors. Offensive honors went to Stroud and wideout Chris Olave (7 catches, 140 yards, 2 touchdowns).

The defensive “Player” of the Game honor went instead to a unit—the Buckeye defensive line.

Michigan State’s Heisman front-runner Kenneth Walker III was held to just 25 yards on 6 carries and quarterback Payton Thorne faced pressure all game.

And the special teams Player of the Game went to defensive back Demario McCall.

Ohio State plays Michigan next Saturday. Kickoff is scheduled for noon ET on FOX.