Ezekiel Elliott became a household name for his dominance in the state of Ohio.

So of course when Elliott returned to Ohio for the first time as an NFL player, he did what he did on college — dominate.

There were probably many torn Cleveland Browns/Ohio State fans watching Elliott run all over the place on Sunday afternoon.

But at the very least, they got a nice ‘O-H’ from Elliott after he scored his first touchdown of the day:

Elliott came into Sunday as the NFL’s rushing leader. The former Buckeye finished the day with 92 rushing yards on 18 carries, two of which were touchdowns. He wasn’t needed much in the second half of a 35-10 victory.

On the bright side for Cleveland/Ohio State fans, they won’t be meeting the Cowboys in the Super Bowl so they can go back to rooting for Elliott.