Ohio State basketball gives injury update on 2 players ahead of March Madness showdown with Loyola-Chicago
Ohio State’s Kyle Young and Zed Key will both be ready to go for the game against Loyola-Chicago after some injury concerns per Griffin Strom of Eleven Warriors.
Young has been dealing with a concussion, while Key has had an ankle injury. However, both are good to go. The Buckeyes surely would have missed what these 2 can bring to table.
Both Kyle Young (concussion) and Zed Key (ankle) are available for Ohio State against Loyola. https://t.co/Xj4Ji0wU86
— Eleven Warriors (@11W) March 18, 2022
Both players have shown that they are able to contribute with scoring and grabbing boards for Ohio State this year. Young is 3rd in points per game (8.2) and rebounds per game (4.9) this season, while Key is 4th in points per game (8.1) and 2nd in rebounds (5.4).
The duo can also shoot the ball at a respectable rate. Key has the 2nd-best field goal percentage on the team with 57%, while Young is shooting 51% from the floor and 79% from the free-throw line.
You can watch the Buckeyes as they take on the Ramblers at 12:15 p.m. ET on CBS.
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