It was the game of the year for Ohio State as the Buckeyes upended visiting Michigan 62-39 on Saturday to capture the Big Ten East division championship.
The best performance of the season means quality individual grades for OSU’s players.
Who were the best of the best for the Buckeyes against the Wolverines? Thanks to our friends at Pro Football Focus, you are about to find out.
Before we get to that, you should know the grades from PFF are on a 1-100 scale, and here is how the categories break down:
* Any grade 85 and above is considered “elite.”
* Anything from 80-84.9 is considered “very good.”
* Anything from 70-79.9 is considered “good.”
* Anything from 60-69.9 is considered “average.”
* Anything from 50-59.9 is considered “below average.”
* And anything below 50 is considered “poor.”
Also, only players that played at least 10 snaps or more during The Game are considered for this list.
Now that you have that pertinent information, let’s get started on who were the 10 best Buckeyes against UM. We will go in reverse order, 10-1.