Photo by Sarah Stier/Getty Images Former Ohio State players could not escape the rash of injuries that took over the NFL this past weekend. Last week it seemed like everything was coming up Ohio State.
One of the biggest concerns with the start to the NFL season so far has been the injuries to a lot of really good players. Former Ohio State players Nick Bosa (49ers) and Malik Harrison (Colts) have both been lost for the season.
Five-star OT Gunner Givens | Edit via @Hayesfawcett3 on Twitter The Buckeyes made the cut for the highly-touted Virginia native. Ohio State football led by Ryan Day has remained one of the top program’s in the nation.
We’ve got yet another black-stripe alert on the banks of the Olentangy. Earlier Monday, the Ohio State footall Twitter account shared video of freshman wide receiver Jaxon Smith-Njigba shedding his black stripe.
During the football season last year, we kept an eye on the weekly USA TODAY re-rank piece published by Paul Myerberg. It may not be quite the season for every conference yet, but there are others playing and Meyerberg is at it again.
The injury news with former Ohio State players in the NFL continues to roll in today. Already, we’ve seen Nick Bosa and Parris Campbell both be carted off with what look like significant knee injuries, and now it appears as though Colts’ safety Malik Hooker could also be facing some time off.
The Amway Coaches Poll powered by USA TODAY was released earlier today, and after not appearing the last couple of weeks because of the Big Ten’s decision to shelve the fall football season, the Buckeyes appeared back just inside the top ten with the news that football is back in the heartland.
A relationship Wade has with an agent could strip him of his NCAA eligibility, but he has the option of going through the Student-Athlete Reinstatement process if he wishes to feature for the Buckeyes on Saturdays.