With its team success, Ohio State’s football players continue to receive further individual accolades.
Sophomore quarterback Justin Fields and junior running back J.K. Dobbins were named unanimous first-team All-Big Ten selections, while redshirt senior guard Jonah Jackson was first-team according to the coaches and redshirt sophomore guard Wyatt Davis was first-team according to the media.
Davis and Jackson were named to the second-team on the opposing lists.
Dobbins is No. 2 in the conference with 1,657 rushing yards and 19 touchdowns. He averages 6.6 yards per carry, best in the Big Ten.
Fields is No. 3 in the conference with 2,654 passing yards, leading the nation with a ratio of 37 touchdown passes to one interception. His passer rating is 192.1, which leads the Big Ten, and he’s added 470 rushing yards with 10 touchdowns on the ground.
Every single starting offensive lineman for the Buckeyes made one of the three lists. Redshirt sophomore center Josh Myers was named second-team All-Big Ten by the media and third-team by the coaches. Junior offensive tackle Thayer Munford earned unanimous second-team honors and redshirt senior offensive tackle Branden Bowen was named second-team by the coaches and third-team by the media.
Sophomore wide receiver Chris Olave and redshirt freshman running back Master Teague were unanimous third-team selections and redshirt junior tight end Luke Farrell earned a third-team choice from the coaches.