Brent Yarina, Senior Editor, March 30, 2015

Ezekiel Elliott produced one of the finest postseasons we'll ever see en route to helping lead Ohio State to the inaugural College Football Playoff national title.

In three games (Wisconsin, Alabama, Oregon), all against very strong defenses, the Ohio State running back produced a silly 696 yards and eight touchdowns on his way to claiming Offensive Player of the Game in the national semifinal and final.

That's an average of 232 yards and 2.7 touchdowns per game, and just as amazing was his consistency and durability, going for 220 yards vs. Wisconsin, 230 vs. Alabama, and, saving the best for last, 246 vs. Oregon.

It's a three-game run that college football fans won't soon forget.

And, thanks to Twitter, we now know that one Ohio State fan has a really cool daily reminder of Elliott's postseason domination.

That's three separate Elliott figurines, one for every game, and each features the running back in the uniform Ohio State wore along the way to the title.

This is really cool. There's a lot of detail in each figurine, down to Elliott's cropped jersey, the aforementioned appropriate uniform designs and jersey patches, plus the game logos on the base. Well done, @MikeKallenberg!