Through four weeks in the NFL, no one getting to the end zone more than former Ohio State Buckeyes.
Ohio State players have accounted for 14 touchdowns (rushing and receiving) in the NFL so far this season, the most by any college program. Miami is second with 12.
— NFL (@NFL) October 5, 2016
San Francisco 49ers running back Carlos Hyde leads the way with five scores. Rookie Ezekiel Elliott (Dallas Cowboys) has three, while Terrelle Pryor (Cleveland Browns) and Michael Thomas (New Orleans Saints) have each scored twice.
Rounding things out for the Buckeyes: Carolina Panthers’ Corey Brown and Kurt Coleman. Coleman, a safety, returned an interception for a touchdown against the Falcons last week. Brown, a wide receiver, has one score on a reception.