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Ohio State’s Noah Brown named Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week

Catching four touchdowns will do that!

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Noah Brown wasn’t a major factor in Ohio State’s offense over the first two games of the season, or at least, he wasn’t on the box score. Given the high praise that was lavished upon him, along with some significant expectations, some wondered when he would start to have a bigger impact on the field.

Well, wonder no more.

Noah Brown caught four touchdown passes against Oklahoma, including one absolutely ridiculous one where he pinned the dang ball right against an Oklahoma defender’s back, to help pace the Buckeyes in a massive 45-24 win in Norman. When the dust settled, his final line went for five catches, 72 yards, four touchdowns, and at least one unforgettable highlight.

There were a lot of great performers for Ohio State’s offense, but perhaps nobody stole the show quite like Noah Brown, who has now unquestionably demonstrated he’s a force in the red zone to be reckoned with.

Congrats to Noah on his well deserved award.