Curtis Samuel was the hero for Ohio State in the Buckeyes' epic overtime win over Michigan earlier today.
The junior running back out of Brooklyn finished the game with 86 total yards from scrimmage, but he was the key playmaker on Ohio State's game-winning drive in overtime. His crazy third down run after catch, on which he reversed field and salvaged eight yards on a play that could've lost a ton of yardage, set up J.T. Barrett's controversial fourth down conversion run. On the next play, he busted a 15-yard run for the game-winning touchdown.
Here is that Samuel score, from field view. His skip over the goal line is going to go down into the annals of amazing moments in the history of the Ohio State-Michigan rivalry.
On the season, Samuel has 704 rushing yards and eight touchdowns, and 822 yards and seven touchdowns through the air. He's been an unbelievable playmaker for the Buckeyes all year, and could very find himself on the College Football Playoff stage to end the year.