Ohio State rolled to 2-0 with a strong win in Happy Valley Saturday night.

Though fans may have missed the traditional White Out atmosphere at Penn State, it likely would not have made much of an impact on the final outcome. The Buckeyes scored early and did just enough to keep the Nittany Lions contained and off-balance for a big win.

On Sunday, Ohio State tabbed its Players of the Game, starting with Defensive Player of the Game Tommy Togiai.

The junior defensive lineman was a one-man wrecking crew all night long. Togiai terrorized Penn State quarterback Sean Clifford with three sacks and added two hurries to round out his night of pressure.

The Offensive Player of the Game went to receiver Chris Olave as he went over 100 yards receiver with two touchdowns. The 120 yards receiving were a team-high in the win:

Ohio State finished off the awards with the Special Teams Player of the Game in Cade Stover:

Now the Buckeyes will move onto Week 3 and a Saturday evening showdown with Rutgers. Kickoff is set for 7:30 pm EST on BTN.