After assembling Ohio State's All-Decade football team, we've moved on to ranking the Buckeyes' best individual performances of the 2010s.
This ranking is looking at the best, single-game, individual performances by Ohio State football players of the past decade. While a player's career/legacy is not necessarily considered, it is obvious that some players' legacies would not be the same if not for these performances.
We've compiled the ranking of our top ten along with five honorable mentions. Without further ado, here are the best individual performances of the 2010s.
- Ezekiel Elliott's 246-yard, four-touchdown game against Oregon in the 2015 CFP National Championship Game.