Ohio State coach Chris Holtmann gives injury update on Justice Sueing, Kyle Young
Ohio State coach Chris Holtmann gave an update on a couple injuries the Buckeyes are working through on Wednesday afternoon.
Holtmann said forward Justice Sueing had a “procedure” done recently and hasn’t been able to practice. However, he’s expected to be back working with the team on Wednesday.
Sueing played in 26 of Ohio State’s 28 games this year, including its loss to Illinois during the regular season finale on March 6.
The Buckeyes coach also gave an update on forward Kyle Young, who has battled leg soreness all season. Holtmann said Young is “feeling good right now.” Young has started 24 games for the Buckeyes this season and is a big part of what they do on both sides of the ball.
Chris Holtmann says Justice Sueing had a procedure and hasn't been able to practice, but he's expected to be back today. Has been dealing with a groin injury.
He also mentions Kyle Young is "feeling good right now."
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Ohio State will play the winner of Northwestern and Minnesota in the Big Ten Tournament on Thursday. If the Buckeyes prevail, they’ll face Purdue in the quarterfinals on Friday.
Selection Sunday is on March 14.