Minutes after the Buckeyes were handed their first defeat in the 2015 season and saw their 23 game winning streak snapped, two of their biggest stars announced they are done with The Ohio State University.

First up, running back Ezekiel Elliott.

"Honestly, this is my last game in the Shoe," Elliott said after the game. "I mean, there's no chance of me coming back next year."

"What happened today, it was kind of like a bad, bad dream. Offense had a rough day, and I'm disappointed. I'm disappointed in the play calling, I'm disappointed in the situations we were put in, and I wish it all played out differently."

Elliott was apparently fighting a leg infection and wasn't sure how much if any he'd be playing in this game against Michigan State. He finished with 12 carries for 33 yards and a touchdown in the game.

Hear it for yourself.

Cardale Jones echoed his sentiments of leaving Ohio State in a less dramatic way, on Twitter.

Ohio State has one more regular season game to play against Michigan on the road plus any postseason play including but not limited to, the College Football Playoff.

Full video of Elliott's postgame scrum.

Michigan State heads home for their finale against Penn State on senior day. Catch all the action live starting with the Sparrow tailgate show into Spartans Sports Network coverage on 1240 WJIM-AM and 94.9 WMMQ.