Of all the talented true freshman under Urban Meyer at OSU, none have ever had more all-purpose yards than J.K Dobbins did in 2017. Dobbins has already racked up 1364 yards on the ground, and another 135 receiving, averaging 115.3 a game for the season. Only a couple of players have finished with more all-purpose yards in the Meyer era: Ezekiel Elliott, Carlos Hyde, and Curtis Samuel. Chris Lauderback has the breakdown of Dobbins’ impressive year.
- What role will Ohio State play in next week’s first early signing period?, Matt Tamanini, Land-Grant Holy Land, December 13
- Ohio State’s Demario McCall explains his lost 2017; could he be the next Curtis Samuel?, Doug Lesmerises, Cleveland.com – December 13
- Bowl practices are boon to backups, Tim May, Columbus Dispatch – December 13
- Ranking The Most Improved Buckeyes of The 2017 Season, James Grega, Eleven Warriors – December 13
- Watch Urban Meyer and Larry Johnson scream in excitement after Tommy Togiai’s commitment, Ryan Connors, Land of 10, December 13
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