Ohio State will lose two of its top four players on Saturday.
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Master Teague and Marcus Crowley are both among the 14 Buckeyes listed as unavailable against Indiana, which likely means TreVeyon Henderson and Miyan Williams – who are expected to play after missing out on the Rutgers and Maryland games – will take most of the duties off the field.
Head coach Ryan Day also He said this week That new player running back Evan Pryor has been making plays in practice lately, the absence of Teague and Crowley could allow him to increase chances against the Hoosiers.
Ryan Day says it’s “nice to have Mian back in again,” and says Evan Pryor will get some chances in the games after he caught the eye in practice.
– GriffinStrom (@griffinStrom3) October 21, 2021
Harry Miller is also back on the unavailable roster this week after seeing his first act of the season 26 snaps over the past two games. Miller, a third-year offensive lineman who was expected to start in position to enter the season, was unavailable for each of Ohio State’s first four games.
Ultimately, J Scott Jr. will not be available for the first time this season. Scott has scored double-digit shots in each of the Buckeyes’ past three games, and the sophomore has had four catches for 43 yards during the first half of the regular season.
Another new addition to Ohio State’s roster of unavailable players is Enokk Vimahi, a third-year offensive lineman who has played 49 catches in the past three competitions with the second team’s left-hand interference.
2nd wide player of the year Julian Fleming, who has not played since the Tulsa game on September 18 due to an undisclosed injury, appears to be available for Ohio State against Indiana.
In terms of defense, the Buckeyes will return to top-ranked defensive end, Tyreke Smith, who hasn’t seen in-game action since week three.
Cameron Brown, from Leave the Maryland game In the second quarter after he got hit in the head and didn’t come back, he wasn’t on Ohio State’s injury report, indicating that he should be available to play. The fourth-year cornerback missed two of his first four games of the season with an apparent knee injury and played a limited number of shots in each of his previous two matches prior to the aforementioned collision against the Terrapins.
Haskell Jarrett is also expected to play on Saturday night though Re-aggravating the leg injury In the second half against Maryland. The fifth major defensive intervention was not included in the Buckeyes case report.
Haskell Jarrett says I will play on Saturday.
Garrett worsened the injury at the end of the Maryland game.
– GriffinStrom (@griffinStrom3) October 20 2021
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