No. 2 Ohio State had a dominating 56-14 home win in Week 11 over Indiana. Many players contributed to the big win, but coaches had specific reasons for the offensive and defensive player of the game.

Graduate senior wide receiver Kamryn Babb was named offensive player of the game after making his first career catch for an 8-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter. Babb is a leader in the locker room and has been on the roster since 2018.

Babb has suffered through 4 ACL tears with 3 of them ending a season at Ohio State.

Junior defensive back Lathan Ransom was named defensive player of the game after a highly productive performance. Ransom accounted for 9 total tackles, 7 solo tackles, 1.5 sacks, 1.5 tackles for loss, and a pass breakup.

Finally, Sonny Styles and Lathan Ransom have been named co-special teams players of the game.

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Ohio State will play its final road game of the season in Week 12 against Maryland before hosting No. 3 Michigan in Week 13 in a potential game of the year in college football.