Ohio State had to push past Michigan without quarterback J.T. Barrett, who left in the third quarter with a right knee injury.
According to Buckeyes head coach Urban Meyer, Barrett’s knee injury didn’t occur during the game, rather before it. And it apparently involved a cameraman:
Barrett is reportedly dealing with an on-going meniscus issue that forced him to the locker room:
Barrett had thrown for just 30 yards through two and a half quarters with one touchdown. He also ran for 67 yards and a touchdown.
Red-shirt freshman Dwayne Haskins Jr. led the Buckeyes right down the field to give Ohio State the lead and the eventual win, 31-20.