In the first half, Ohio State running back J.K. Dobbins was extremely effective against Clemson in the Fiesta Bowl.

Dobbins rushed for over 100 yards in the first quarter alone, helping lead him to become the single-season leading rusher at Ohio State, passing Eddie George.

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But later in the half, Dobbins appeared to injure his ankle. He was seen jogging throughout the remainder of the half on the sideline.

Halftime ensued and Ohio State’s defense got a stop on the opening Clemson possession. The Buckeyes then got the ball, and on the first play, a pass was completed. Dobbins wasn’t involved in the play at all.

Except, by the end of the play, he was on the ground. He had appeared to re-injure his ankle. Dobbins was then helped off the field and into the tunnel.

After roughly 20 minutes, Dobbins was seen coming back onto the sideline:

Dobbins may in fact be able to return. If he does, he’ll do so at less than 100 percent.