Ohio State football might have just suffered a massive blow against Michigan. Quarterback J.T. Barrett has exited the game because of an apparent leg injury.
Barrett exited straight to the locker room while favoring his right leg, according to Land of 10’s Austin Ward. Backup QB Dwayne Haskins has entered the game in Barrett’s place.
Barrett reportedly is dealing with a meniscus issue that has to “pop back in,” according to FOX’s sideline reporter.
FOX just said JT Barrett is dealing with a meniscus injury where it pops out and they have to pop it back in.
— Jack Jorgensen (@JackJorgensen14) November 25, 2017
Ohio State coach Urban Meyer said after the game that he doesn’t know Barrett’s status for the Big Ten Championship game next weekend.
Urban Meyer said on Fox that he doesn't know J.T. Barrett's status for the Big Ten title game.
— Pete Thamel (@PeteThamel) November 25, 2017