Carlos Hyde
Carlos  Hyde

Naples, Fla.

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 235



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Q&A with the junior tight end


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Q&A with the junior WR


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Q&A with senior center Corey Linsley


Spring Spotlight: Kenny Guiton

Q&A with the senior backup quarterback


Saturday is Student Appreciation Day

Busses will shuttle students to the Woody from the RPAC and Ohio Union starting at 9:45 a.m.


Orange Bowl 2014: Ohio State vs. Clemson

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Ohio State vs. Michigan State

Ohio State vs. Michigan State


USATSPI: Ohio State vs. Michigan - 11/30/13

USATSPI: Ohio State vs. Michigan - 11/30/13


No. 3 Ohio State vs. Indiana

Ohio State Buckeyes celebrate senior day at the Shoe vs. B1G foe Indiana


Ohio State @ Illinois

Ohio State @ Illinois

Career Overview: Carlos Hyde can be considered among the top running backs in Ohio State history ... tough and durable, he owns the best yards per carry average for a career (6.1), single season (7.3 in 2013) and game (10.2 vs. Illinois in 2013) ... he has the sixth-most rushing yards in school history - 3,198 - and a handful of rushing Top 5 career or single season totals, including career rushing touchdowns (4th with 37), career touchdowns (4th with 41), season per game rushing average (5th at 138.3 ypg in 2013) and season and career 100-yard games (5th with nine in 2013 and 16 overall, respectively) ... played four years (2010-13) for the Buckeyes with 41 games played and 20 starts ... averaged 112.1 rushing yards per game in his 20 starts with 26 touchdowns scored ... majoring in African-American and African studies. Senior Season: One of the top running backs in America in 2013, Carlos Hyde was the Big Ten's Ameche-Dayne Running Back of the Year and a third-team Associated Press All-American ... received second-team All-American accolades by CBSSports.com, Athlons and Phil Steele ... he led the Big Ten and ranked sixth nationally with 138.3 rushing yards per game ... his 1,521 rushing yards ranked 13th nationally and his 15 rushing touchdowns ranked 15th ... he led the Big Ten in scoring and scoring TDs in each of the last two years, including as a senior with 108 points and 9.8 points per game ... Carlos averaged 156.1 rushing yards per game in Big Ten play and he capped his career with nine consecutive 100-yard games ... averaged a school record 7.3 yards per carry, including a school record 10.2 per carry average vs. Illinois and a 9.1 per carry average vs. Michigan ... he rolled to the third-most yards in school history - 246 yards - and scored five touchdowns vs. Illinois ... he also topped 200 yards with a school-record total of 226 yards vs. Michigan and in the process joined an elite list of players - Eddie George (five times), Archie Griffin (twice) and Chris "Beanie" Wells (twice) - with multiple games of 200 or more yards ... rushed for a then-career high 168 yards and three touchdowns to help rally the Buckeyes to a 40-30 win over unbeaten and No. 15 ranked Northwestern in Evanston ... also had 15 of the team's 25 first downs against Northwestern ... was stopped for negative yards only three times all season; for minus 6 yards (208 carries). Junior Season: Carlos rushed for 970 yards and scored 16 rushing touchdowns in less than 10 games in 2012, missing two because of an ankle issue ... he led the Big Ten Conference in both scoring and touchdown scoring (10.2 points per game) and he was named second-team all-Big Ten ... he also earned Ohio State's Rex Kern outstanding offensive back award for his efforts, which included overpowering games against Nebraska with 140 rushing yards and four touchdowns, against Michigan with 146 yards and a touchdown, against Illinois with 137 yards and three touchdowns and against Indiana with 156 yards. Sophomore/Freshman Seasons: Carlos had his first significant opportunities to carry the football as a sophomore in 2011 and he responded with 566 rushing yards to rank third on the team ... his 5.3 yards-per-carry average led all Buckeyes and his six TDs were tops among running backs ... was impressive with 104 yards and two touchdowns vs. Nebraska, including a stunning 63-yard TD rush off right tackle ... rushed for 105 yards and a score vs. Indiana ... he was one of three Buckeyes (Boom Herron and Braxton Miller) to rush for over 100 yards vs. Indiana, the fourth time in school history that three backs have topped 100 yards in a game ... played in seven games as a true freshman in 2010.