Ohio State revealed who its Offensive, Defensive, and Special Teams Players of the Game were on Sunday. The Buckeyes are coming off of a 63-10 win over Western Kentucky.

TreVeyon Henderson took home the team’s Offensive Player of the Game. He had 13 carries for 88 yards rushing and 2 touchdowns. One of Henderson’s best plays from the win came when he hurdled a Hilltopper defender.

Denzel Burke was named the Defensive Player of the Game just a week after ending the Ohio State corner interception drought. Burke continued creating turnovers as he had 1 forced fumble, 2 pass breakups, and 1 tackle.

Last but not least, was the Special Teams Player of the Game. That award went to Caden Curry this time around. Curry played his part in flipping the field on Saturday with 1 total tackle in the win.

Notre Dame is on the schedule next for Ohio State. The Week 4 matchup has been circled by both teams for quite some time.