Ohio State’s Ezekiel Elliott gets national title trophy tattoo

Ezekiel Elliott couldn't be stopped in the Sugar Bowl or College Football Playoff national title game. (AP photo)

Ezekiel Elliott couldn’t be stopped in the Sugar Bowl or College Football Playoff national title game. (AP photo)

The victors go the spoils.

More or less.

Ohio State running back Ezekiel Elliott, who we last saw trucking Oregon defenders for 246 yards and four TDs in the College Football Playoff national championship, added some well-deserved art to his arm.

An artist tattooed the national title trophy, an Ohio State emblem and buckeye and the St. Louis Arch — to commemorate his hometown — on his left arm.

Elliott tweeted photos of it on Sunday afternoon.

Elliott also ran for 230 yards in the Sugar Bowl win over Alabama and finished with 1,878 yards and 18 TDs this season for the Buckeyes.

He’ll be one of the reasons — along with whoever starts at QB (J.T. Barrett, Cardale Jones or Braxton Miller) — why the Buckeyes will be highly ranked heading into 2015.


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