TreVeyon Henderson has been a difference-maker for Ohio State since arriving on campus in 2021. Will he be a factor on Saturday at home against Iowa?

Buckeyes coach Ryan Day told reporters Thursday that Henderson and junior Miyan Williams would be back at full strength against the Hawkeyes. Williams did not suit up for Ohio State’s 49-20 win over Michigan State prior to the bye week while Henderson has been dealing with a lingering injury since facing off against Rutgers.

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Williams has been 1 of the bigger B1G surprises this season after recording just 71 carries in 2021. In 5 games, Williams has totaled 64 carries for 497 yards and 8 touchdowns, averaging 7.8 yards per attempt.

Henderson was a late scratch against the Scarlet Knights on Oct. 1 but did return a week later to take on MSU. He finished with 19 carries for 118 yards and scored on a 1-yard touchdown run in the 2nd quarter. Henderson is currently averaging 6.4 yards per attempt and has scored 4 rushing touchdowns.

Iowa ranks 13th nationally in yards allowed per carry at 3.03. Its pass defense has been the biggest asset to a No. 7 national ranking this season under longtime defensive coordinator Phil Parker. In 6 games, the Hawkeyes have allowed just 2 rushing touchdowns.

As a unit, Iowa ranks 3rd nationally in scoring at 9.8 points allowed per game. The Buckeyes enter Saturday with the top-ranked scoring offense in the nation, averaging roughly 48.8 points per game.

Kickoff from Columbus is set for noon E.T. The will be nationally televised on FOX.