Ezekiel Elliott reminded the world why he’s a Heisman Trophy candidate with his career performance on Saturday.

The Buckeye tailback broke off touchdown runs of 55, 65 and 75 yards to lift No. 1 Ohio State to a 34-27 victory in Bloomington to kick off B1G play.

As a result, the oddsmakers gave him a boost. Elliott climbed to third in the Heisman Trophy odds, according to Bovada. Elliott’s odds to win the Heisman are 9-to-1. The Buckeye back was behind only LSU running back Leonard Fournette (-200) and Baylor quarterback Seth Russell (+800).

Elliott, who is currently fifth in the country in rushing, wasn’t the only B1G player with Heisman odds. Despite his rough start, Cardale Jones is still 12th in the voting with 40-to-1 odds. After the season opener, Jones was the favorite but his odds have dropped significantly.

Michigan State quarterback Connor Cook came in right behind Jones with 60-to-1 odds.

Here’s how the top 15 in Bovada’s odds look after five weeks:

Leonard Fournette, LSU RB: -200

Seth Russell, Baylor QB: +800

Ezekiel Elliott, Ohio State RB: +900

Trevone Boykin, TCU QB: +950

Nick Chubb, Georgia RB: +1500

Jared Goff, Cal QB: +2000

Derrick Henry, Alabama RB: +2500

Deshaun Watson, Clemson QB: +2500

Cody Kessler, USC QB: +2500

Baker Mayfield, Oklahoma QB: +2500

Kyle Allen, Texas A&M QB: +3500

Cardale Jones, Ohio State QB: +4000

Connor Cook, Michigan State QB: +6000

Dalvin Cook, Florida State RB: +6500

Chad Kelly, Ole Miss QB: +6500