Brian Hartline, Ohio State OC, 'doing well' after being hospitalized for ATV crash
Brian Hartline has been hospitalized to treat non-life threatening injuries after crashing his ATV on his property on Sunday.
Hartline shared that news on Sunday afternoon, but said he is “doing well.”
I appreciate everyones support. I crashed my side by side on my property and have been taken to the hospital for further evaluation.
I am doing well. 🙏🏼
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— Brian Hartline (@brianhartline) April 16, 2023
Ohio State also released a statement on the incident. The program says Hartline and a friend — unaffiliated with the program — were transported to Riverside Hospital following the crash.
The statement also says Hartline is “hoping” to be discharged from the hospital on Sunday evening.
Here’s a statement from #Buckeyes on OC Brian Hartline. Fortunately, sounds like he’ll be released soon: pic.twitter.com/b2wsOI500p
— Adam Rittenberg (@ESPNRittenberg) April 16, 2023
Hartline is in hist 1st offseason as Ohio State’s offensive coordinator. He was previously Ohio State’s wide receivers coach and passing game coordinator. He’s been on staff with the Buckeyes since 2018 and with the program since 2017.
A former NFL receiver, Hartline has quickly become known as one of the top assistant coaches in the country. He was promoted to Ohio State’s offensive coordinator position this offseason, replacing Kevin Wilson.
No other details on the crash or Hartline’s condition are available at time of publication.